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The Henneberry Co.

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The Henneberry Co. was an American book publishing company based in Chicago, founded in 1901.

The Chicago Lakeside Directory had the following addresses for The Henneberry Co. : [1]

  • 1901 : 407-429 South Dearborn (same address than M. A. Donohue & Co.)
  • 1902 : 552-556 Wabash Avenue
  • 1903-1904 : 554 Wabash Avenue
  • 1905-1906 : 5th floor, 554 Wabash Avenue
  • 1907 : 552 Wabash Avenue
  • 1908-1913 : no entries
  • 1914-1917 : 1139 South Wabash (as bookbinders)
  • 1923 : George F. Henneberry is listed as President of Cuneo-Henneberry Company

However, Richard Lancelyn Green dated 1912 as the end of the publishing department.

Between 1901 and 1912, the company published 5 novels and 1 short story written by Arthur Conan Doyle.


Conan Doyle published by The Henneberry Co.

1901~1912

The following stories were published under various series :








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