One Hundred Years of Publishing, Little, Brown and Company.
One Hundred Years of Publishing, tells the story of Little, Brown and Company from 1837 to 1937.
Little, Brown and Company is the American based publisher founded in Boston in 1837. They published works of Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Louisa M. Alcott and many other distinguished writers. The books they published include Erich Maria Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front, Mutiny on the Bounty, Goodbye, Mr. Chips, Drums Along the Mohawk and J. D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye.
One Hundred Years of Publishing tells the story of Little, Brown and Company from its earliest formation in Boston by Charles Little and James Brown.
First edition. Published in 1937. Hardback with dust jacket. 84 pages with black and white illustrations and photographs.
The book is in very good condition but the dust jacket is very grubby. We have included a picture. Remove the dust jacket and the book has a brown cloth cover with gold foil printing. The inside pages are clean and bright.
One Hundred Years of Publishing is a scarce and nice book for anyone interested in the history of publishing.