Massachusetts Historical Society
Papers related to the publication, New Letters of Abigail Adams (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1947), edited by Stewart Mitchell. The collection contains a copy of the book with printed reviews, correspondence between Mitchell and Carl Adams Richmond, and other items inserted, as well as corrections written in the text; a scrapbook (with index) containing reviews and correspondence with Mitchell, primarily thank you letters for copies of the book; and a box of correspondence, printed matter, the publishing contract, a typescript essay about the Adams family, and other papers. Correspondents include Clarence S. Brigham, Lyman H. Butterfield, Donald H. Mugridge, and many others
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
1 pen and ink illustration
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
1 typescript
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
1 typescript
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
1 typescript with front matter
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
1 typescript with front matter and 14 layouts
Columbia University
McGraw-Hill Book Company from World War II: success as technical publisher, mail selling and risks involved, internal competition, Whittlesey House, stock and storage problems, book pirating, comparison with other publishers; purchase of Blakiston Company and discussion of medical publishing: book jobbers and medical schools, advertising, manuscript procurement, research, competition; extensive discussion of mail order selling, market access and manuscript acceptance; quality of McGraw-Hill market; Martin Foss, James H. McGraw
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
1 ink illustration
Columbia University
McGraw-Hill's subscription and collection department; the Book Company; general responsibilities; relationship between magazines and books; growth of the organization