Edward. P. Noll (1855 - March 28, 1926) was an American map publisher who owned a firm operating in Philadelphia; his work appeared prolifically in the last quarter of the 19th century and the first years of the 20th. E. P. Noll and Company was a leading firm of the period, specializing in maps for bicyclists, motorists, and other travelers. He was born in Kentucky to German parents. The family moved to Cincinnati, where his father Peter Franz became a saloon keeper. Nothing is known of Edward’s early education, though by 1880 the family had moved to Philadelphia: that year’s census lists Peter Franz as a brewer, and Edward as a ‘map moulder.’

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