Lovell, Coryell & Co.
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
Lovell, Coryell & Co. was a British publishing company, based in New York, founded in 1892 by John Wurtele Lovell and Vincent M. Coryell. Subsidiary of United States Book Company. Having moved in may 1893 to the offices of the United States Book Company at 5-7 East Sixteenth Street, Lovell, Coryell and Company was forced to move again in february 1894 upon the bankruptcy of the parent company. In 1897 Lovell, Coryell and Company was renamed Coryell and Company and taken over by the American Publisher's Corp..
- 1891 - may 1893 : 43, 45, 47 East 10th Street
- may 1893 - 1896 : 5-7 East Sixteenth Street
- 1897 : 310-318 Sixth Avenue
- After 1897, the series were issued by the American Publisher's Corp..
Between 1892 and 1897, the company 6 novels and 12 short stories published written by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Conan Doyle published by Lovell, Coryell & Co.
- 04.1892 : The White Company (Illustrated Series No. 9, 50 cents)
- 04.1892 : The White Company (Illustrated Modern Fiction No. 9, $1,25)
- 07.1892 : The Doings of Raffles Haw (The Belmore Series No. 5, 50 cents)
1892 or 1893
- 1892/3 : The Firm of Girdlestone (The Belmore Series No. 18)
- 1892/3 : The Sign of the Four & A Study in Scarlet (The Belmore Series No. 21)
- 1892/3 : Micah Clarke (The Belmore Series No. 23)
- 10.1893 : My Friend the Murderer and Other Mysteries and Adventures (The Belmore Series No. 26)
The Belmore Series was published bounded as Modern Fiction ($1).
- Works of A. Conan Doyle (6-volume boxed set, $6)
My Friend the Murderer and Other Mysteries and Adventures title page (1893)