Publishers and publishing
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Elm Tree Press Papers reflect the Rudge-Dothard-Teagle period of operation; they span the years 1942-1970. Of this period, the Teagle years, 1957-1971, are the most fully represented. Nothing of the Dana family ownership is contained in the collection. It consists of 99 cartons and 2 archive boxes and is arranged in 3 series.
Overview Garden Way Publishing existed primarily as a mail-order publishing house specializing in books on self-sufficiency and natural alternatives. Collection includes correspondence, typescripts, galleys, production notes, production mechanicals, reviews, art work, and photos, relating to titles published by the company; together with material relating to accounting, title selection, production, sales, and marketing, Gardens for All, and the Garden Way Living Center, Burlington, Vt.; and...