Card 62 acknowledges Mary Katherine Goddard (1738-1816). Ms. Goddard was the second printer to print the Declaration of Independence and was the first to print it with the signatories (except Thomas McKean, who likely signed later). Mary Katherine’s printings, known as the Goddard Broadsides, were sent to each of the states as official record.
In addition to being a printer, Ms. Goddard was a bookseller and publisher. She was also the first postmaster of Baltimore and the first female postmaster in the colonies.
In December 1777, under threat of British attack, the Continental Congress moved from Philadelphia to Baltimore. Mary Katherine was responsible for all mail going into and coming out of congress while it was in Baltimore. She also printed many documents for the congress.
You can learn more about Mary Katherine Goddard here.