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Human Life Publishing Co.

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Human Life Publishing Co. was an American publishing book company based in Boston. It was established in june 1905 for the purpose of publishing "Human Life" , a five-cent magazine. Its president was George B. Stratton, succeeded by George S. McNeal. In april 1911 The company was assigned to Herbert H. White the treasurer of the University Press, Cambridge which did the printing for his concern.

Between 1905 and 1911, the company published 2 novels and 4 short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle.


Conan Doyle published by Human Life Pub. Co.

1905~1911









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