Little Leather Library Corp.
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
Little Leather Library Corp. was an American publishing company based in New York founded by Charles and Albert Boni, Harry Scherman, and Max Sackheim. Between 1916 and 1923 the company sold over 25 million little books through department stores, bookstores, drugstores, and by mail. In 1922, they sold the company to Robert K. Haas, Inc..
The company published 2 miniature books: Tales of Sherlock Holmes including 2 short stories (A Case of Identity and A Scandal in Bohemia) written by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Conan Doyle published by Little Leather Library
- Tales of Sherlock Holmes (Little Leather Library, Redcroft Edition) 8x10 cm.
- Tales of Sherlock Holmes (Miniature Library) 7.5x9.5 cm.
Tales of Sherlock Holmes (1914-1915)
Tales of Sherlock Holmes title page (1914-1915)
Tales of Sherlock Holmes back with Little Leather Library, Redcroft Edition logo (1914-1915)
Tales of Sherlock Holmes Miniature Library (1914-1915)