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Simon and Schuster, Inc

LC control no.n 50069568
Descriptive conventionsrda
Corporate name headingSimon and Schuster, Inc.
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Variant(s)Simon & Schuster, Inc.
Simon & Schuster (Firm)
See alsoFounder: Simon, Richard L. (Richard Leo), 1899-1960
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Founder: Schuster, M. Lincoln (Max Lincoln), 1897-1970
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Hierarchical subordinate: Pocket Books
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Absorbed corporate body: Stratemeyer Syndicate
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Other standard no.149958803
Beginning date1924
Associated countryUnited States
LocatedNew York (N.Y.)
Address20 Rockefeller Center New York
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Found inIts Publishing agreement, c1948.
Dolan, E.F. The Simon and Schuster sports question and answer book, c1984: CIP t.p. (Simon & Schuster; Simon and Schuster)
Niffenegger, A. Her fearful symmetry, 2009: title page verso (Simon & Schuster, Inc.)
Wikipedia, 27 March 2021 (Simon & Schuster is an American publishing company and a subsidiary of ViacomCBS founded in New York City in 1924 by Richard L. Simon and M. Lincoln Schuster. As of 2016, Simon & Schuster was the third largest publisher in the United States)
Wikipedia, 22 Mar. 2021: in an entry for the Stratemeyer Syndicate (Created by Edward Stratemeyer, the Stratemeyer Syndicate was a publishing company that produced a number of mystery book series for children, including Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys, the various Tom Swift series, the Bobbsey Twins, the Rover Boys, and others. They published and contracted the many pseudonymous authors doing the writing of the series from 1899 through 1987, when the syndicate partners sold the company to Simon & Schuster)
Wikipedia, 2 April 2021: in an entry for Pocket Books (Pocket Books produced the first mass-market, pocket-sized paperback books in the United States in early 1939 and revolutionized the publishing industry; Simon & Schuster acquired Pocket Books in 1966)
Associated languageeng