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Geo. M. Hill Co.

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Geo. M. Hill Co. was an American publishing book company based in Chicago.

The company acquired E. A. Weeks & Co. and Siegel-Cooper Co. (with Hill imprint) and used their sheets and series.

In 1898-1899, the company published 7 novels and short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle.


Conan Doyle published by Geo. M. Hill Co.

1898-1899

The following stories were published under various series including :

Story Marguerite
series
Handy Volume
edition
Clover Leaf
series
Standard Library
Books (box)
25 c. 50 c. $1 $3,65
My Friend the Murderer
The Mystery of Cloomber
Micah Clarke No. 36
The Sign of the Four No. 41
A Study in Scarlet No. 42
The Captain of the Polestar No. 43
The Firm of Girdlestone No. 44
The White Company No. 49
Beyond the City No. 55


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