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Appleton & Co. (New York): Ripley’s American Cyclopaedia, Bryant’s Picturesque America, Webster’s spelling books, miscellaneous publications 95. James R. Osgood & Co. ’’ 20 Harper & Brothers was a chief oﬀender: after waiting too long to submit its plans and then asking for space to display its ‘‘entire catalogue, amounting to over three thousand volumes,’’ it got just an eight-by-ten-foot space on the ground ﬂoor. ’’ 21 The national book trade ‘‘system’’ was similarly imperfect. , and trade sales also continued in Boston, Philadelphia, and Cincinnati.
The Centennial judges took the occasion to praise ‘‘two journeymen’’ from Cambridge, Massachusetts, Joseph R. ’’ 14 10 introduction Capital invested $ , $ $ $ $ $ $ $ , $ $ $ , $ $ $ $ , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Raw materials $ , $ $ $ $ $ $ $ , $ $ $ , $ $ $ $ , Cost of labor , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ , $ $ $ , $ $ $ $ , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Value of products $ , $ $ $ $ , $ $ $ , $ $ $ , $ $ $ $ , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , It would be easy to misrepresent the importance of book publishing in the advent of an industrial print culture.
Harding (Philadelphia): self-manufactured albums 83. Claxton, Remsen & Haﬀelﬁnger (Philadelphia): works of James Madison, standard English authors 84. See 72 85. Louis Meyer (Philadelphia): sheet music 86. G. & C. ): works of Noah Webster 87. Scribner, Armstrong & Co. (New York): schoolbooks, St. Nicholas, Scribner’s Monthly 88. J. H. Butler & Co. (Philadelphia): wall maps and schoolbooks 89. Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co. (New York): schoolbooks, Spencerian penmanship series 90. Porter & Coates (Philadelphia): editions of Shakespeare and varied other works 91 and 93.