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Hutchinson & Co.

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Hutchinson & Co. was a British publishing company based in London founded in 1887 by Sir George Hutchinson then succeeded by his son, Walter Hutchinson (1887-1950). Hutchinson's published books and magazines such as The Lady's Realm, Adventure-story Magazine, Hutchinson's Magazine and Woman. The company merged with Century Publishing in 1985 to form Century Hutchinson, and was folded into the British Random House Group in 1989, where it remains as an imprint in the Cornerstone Publishing division.

Between 1892 and 1934, the company published 3 novels, 2 essays, 1 short story, 1 letter, 1 introduction, 1 preface, 1 note, 1 speech and 1 appreciation written by Arthur Conan Doyle.



Conan Doyle published by Hutchinson & Co.

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1914

  • ---.04.1914 : Sir Nigel (Hutchinson and Company's Sevenpenny Copyright Novels)

1920

  • ---.04.1920 : Note by Arthur Conan Doyle (p. 28 in Rachel Comforted, by Mrs. Fred Maturin, 6/-)
  • ---.09.1920 : Sir Nigel (1/3)

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