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R. F. Fenno & Co.

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The Mystery of Cloomber Lenox series No. 22 (1896-1898)

R. F. Fenno & Co. was an American publishing book company based in New York, founded in 1885 by Robert F. Fenno. By the turn of the century the firm was in financial trouble and between 1903 and 1905 was managed by a committee of its creditors. Robert F. Fenno retired from the firm in 1929. It was continued by his associates under the name of Diehl, Landau and Pettit.

Known addresses :

  • 1885-1896 : 112 Fifth Avenue
  • 1898-1903 : 9 & 11 East 16th Street
  • 1906-1912 : 18 East 17th Street

Between 1896 and 1906, the company published at least 6 novels and 16 short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle.



Conan Doyle published by R. F. Fenno

1896

Lenox series (25 cents)


Fenno's Illustrated series / Fenno's Select series (50 cents)


Summer series (25 cents)


Victor series (25 cents)


1897-1898

Columbia series (25 cents)


1899

Advertisement for The Wedgwood series in The Chicago Tribune (12 november 1899, p. 32)

The Wedgwood series (25 cents, boxed set $3) / Crown Derby series (set $3.25)


1903

Special Limited Edition


1906


Covers






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