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Thorndike PressThorndike Press was founded in 1980 in Thorndike, Maine. The firm was purchased in 1999 by the Thomson Gale division of the Thomson Corporation. See
ThorsonsThorsons was purchased by William Collins in 1989. William Collins became wholly owned by News Corporation in 1990, and was then incorporated into HarperCollins Publishers. See The Thorsons name is still used by News Corporation.2008
Timber PressTimber Press was founded in Portland, Oregon in 1978. In 2006 the firm was acquired by Workman Publishing, and it still functions as a division of Workman. See and
Tolley Publishing CompanyThe Tolley Publishing Company was founded in 1916 by Charles H. Tolley and operated as a legal and business publishing house until 1996. In 1996 Tolley Publishing was purchased by Reed Elsevier, who created a new division called Butterworth Tolley. See 2008
Tower PublicationsTower Publications (also known as Tower Books, but not to be confused with the imprint of the World Publishing Company) was founded in New York in 1960. In 1969 Tower Publications purchased Belmont Books. The imprints at first continued separately but from 1973 they were merged as Belmont-Tower Books. The firm went bankrupt in the early 1980s and its assets were sold at a bankruptcy sale in August 1982. See 'Dictionary of Literary Biography' 46 (1986), p. 361.2008
Transworld PublishingThe firm of Transworld Publishing was the London publisher of imprints including Corgi and Bantam from the 1950s to the 1990s. From the late 1970s parts of the firm began to be acquired by Bertelsmann, and Transworld is now part of Bertelsmann's Random House Group. See and
Tundra BooksTundra was a children's book publisher founded by May Cutler and based in Montreal. In 1995 the firm was purchased by McClelland & Stewart. See
Tycooly PublishingTycooly was purchased by Cassell in 1986. Cassell was purchased by Hachette in 1998, and subsequently divided. See the FOB entry for Cassell. It is not believed that the name "Tycooly" has been used since about 1990. 2008
Tyne Publishing CompanyTyne Publishing Company was the predecessor company of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne firm of Walter Scott, which took over all its assets in 1882. See the FOB entry for Walter Scott Publishing Co. Ltd.2008
U. P. JamesThe brothers Joseph A. James and Uriah Pierson James founded a series of publishing, printing and bookselling firms in Cincinatti from 1831, of which the most prominent were named U. P. James and J. A. and U. P. James. U. P. James engaged in all the publishing activities of their firm. The brothers dissolved their partnership in 1854, and U. P. James continued his publishing business until he closed down his firm in 1880. He died in 1889. See 'Dictionary of Literary Biography' 49 (1986), pp. 224-225.2009

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