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Lovell, Coryell & Company

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Corporate name headingLovell, Coryell & Company
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Variant(s)Lovell, Coryell & Co.
Lovell, Coryell and Company
See alsoFounder: Lovell, John Wurtele
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Successor: Coryell and Company
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Broader affiliated body: United States Book Company
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Beginning date1892
Ending date1897
LocatedNew York (N.Y.)
Field of activityPublishers and publishing
Found inDarwin, C. The descent of man, [1899?] : t.p. (Lovell, Coryell & Company 310-318 Sixth Avenue [New York])
Tebbel, J. A history of book publishing in the United States, 1975: v.2, p. 349-350 (Lovell, Coryell & Co., a subsidiary of Manhattan Trust Company; president was Vincent M. Coryell. Firm originated in 1892, but was bought out by Coryell (from Lovell) soon thereafter)
Corelli, M. The soul of Lilith, between 1892 and 1893: title-page (Lovell, Coryell & Company, 43, 45 and 47 East 10th Street; New York)
The Lucile Project, WWW site, viewed November 21, 2018: publisher's page (access point: Lovell, Coryell & Company, New York, 1892-1897; founded at 43-47 East Tenth Street in 1892 by John Wurtele Lovell and Vincent M. Coryell.... Subsidiary of United States Book Company .... Having moved in May 1893 to the offices of the United States Book Company at 5-7 East Sixteenth Street, Lovell, Coryell and Company was forced to move again in February 1894 upon the bankruptcy of the parent company.... In 1897 Lovell, Coryell and Company was renamed Coryell and Company and taken over by the American Publishers Corporation.
Associated languageeng