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American Publishers Corporation

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American Publishers Corporation was an American publishing company based in New York.

Between 1896 and 1898, the company published 6 novels and several short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle.


Conan Doyle published by American Publishers Corp.

A Study in Scarlet (1896-1898)

1896-1898

Granite series (25 cents)

Linwood series (25 cents)

New Oxford series (50 cents)

New Century series (75 cents)

Standard Library ($1, $1.25)

Oxford edition

New Aldine 5-volume set ($1.50)

New Popular 5-volume set ($3.50)

Popular edition 2-volume set ($1)

Illustrated Modern Fiction

Belmore series ($1 / 50 cents)

Delphic series

Chelsea series






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