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Publishing, Publishing industry.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Blackwood Papers: part of the literary archives of the firm of William Blackwood and Sons, publishers.

Identifier: MSS.4001-4940
Scope and Contents The papers consist mainly of letters written by authors to Blackwood as their publisher, and by others in search of publication, but they also include some manuscripts and proofs of works considered for publication, together with some papers of William Edmondstoune Aytoun and John Wilson ('Christopher North'). Broadly, this is the incoming correspondence of the firm during the nineteenth century. The outgoing correspondence, so far as it is represented by copies in letter-books, etc.,...
Dates: 1805-1900, undated.

Correspondence of William MacLellan, publisher., 1960-1964

Identifier: Acc.13865/14
Scope and Contents

Letters to and from William MacLellan, Rev. John Mackechnie, the Duke of Argyll, Charles Hepburn (from whom a loan of money was obtained) and legal agents, concerning the increasingly acrimonious negotiations over Mackechnie's edition of the Dewar Manuscripts, vol. 1. William MacLellan's company went into administration in 1969.

Dates: 1960-1964