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A. & C. BlackA. & C. Black was founded by Adam and Charles Black in 1807. The firm is still trading under its own name, but is owned by Bloomsbury Publishing. See and
A. & M. PublishingA. & M. Publishing was established in 1989 in Guildford as a publisher on pharmaceutical and healthcare subjects. In 2002 the firm was acquired by Wiley Europe. See
A. D. PetersThe literary agency of A. D. Peters was founded in 1924. In 1988 it merged with the Fraser & Dunlop agency to form Peters, Fraser & Dunlop (PFD). See
A. J. ValpyThe nineteenth-century printing and publishing firm of A. J. Valpy was a long-time associate of the Longman company and was eventually fully acquired by Longman. See the Longman entry in FOB and
A. M. Robertson and CompanyAlexander Mitchell Robertson founded his bookselling and publishing firm in San Francisco in 1889. The firm went out of existence around 1931. See 'Dictionary of Literary Biography' 49 (1986), p. 398.2009
A. Roman Publishing CompanyAnton Roman founded his publishing firm in San Francisco in 1860. The firm went out of business around 1888 and Roman became a real estate agent and loan broker. See 'Dictionary of Literary Biography' 49 (1986), p. 400.2009
A. S. Barnes & Co.The publishing firm of A. S. Barnes & Co. was founded in Hartford, Connecticut in 1838 by Alfred S. Barnes. Barnes had various partners in the early years and the firm briefly used names including Alfred S. Barnes and Charles Davies and A. S. Barnes & Burr, before reverting to A. S. Barnes & Co. In 1958 A. S. Barnes & Co. merged with Thomas Yoseloff, Inc. "Yoseloff and his son Julien remained in control of the firm until 1978, when it was acquired by Leisure Dynamics, Incorporated of San Diego, California" (quoted from 'Dictionary of Literary Biography' 46 (1986), p. 390). See also the obituary of Thomas Yoseloff by his daughter Tamar Yoseloff, 'The Guardian', 13 February 2008. Soon after the acquisition of the firm by Leisure Dynamics, the names of Thomas Yoseloff and A. S. Barnes disappeared as imprints.2009
A. W. Shaw CompanyA. W. Shaw Company was an early acquisition of the McGraw-Hill Book Company in 1928. See
A. Wessels and CompanyThe publishing house of A. Wessels and Company was founded in New York in 1900. In 1911 the firm was nearing bankruptcy and was liquidated by a committee of New York publishers. See 'Dictionary of Literary Biography' 46 (1986), p. 379.2009
A. Williams and CompanyAlexander Williams founded his bookselling and publishing firm in Boston in 1855. In 1883 Williams retired and the firm was renamed Cupples, Upham and Company (later J. G. Cupples Company). See 'Dictionary of Literary Biography' 49 (1986), pp. 111 & 491 and see the FOB entry for the J. G. Cupples Company.2009