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ROBINSON CRUSOE -  An English Graphical Bibliography 

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International Book Company, about 1890? or 1891?
"Satellites were formed and spun off from the giant Lovell organization [circa 1892]. At the trust's headquarters on Worth Street, the Wayside Publishing Co. was in business; elsewhere the Seaside Publishing Co. and the National Book Company, whose president was another Lovell brother, Edward, flourished, specializing in new copyright fiction by popular authors. There was the International Book Company, on Waverly Place, with the supersalesman John Hovendon in charge, until he bought it and restyled it the Hovenden Company." Tebbel II:350. This firm was related to John Lovell's United States Book Company and to the short-lived Frank F. Lovell Company.

  1. []. Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, Mariner. New York, International Book Company, nd.    [inscribed 1887]

  2. []. Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. New York, International Book Company, 1892

  3.   []. Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. New York, International Book Company, nd. 

  4.  []. Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. New York, International Book Company, nd.

  5. []. Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. New York, International Book Company, nd

  6. []. Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. New York, International Book Company, nd.

  7. []. Robinson Crusoe. [ALDINE EDITION]. New York, International Book Company, nd.    [inscribed 1891]

  8. []. Robinson Crusoe. [ALDINE EDITION]. New York, International Book Company, nd.   

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