New York City
June 1896 to December 1860, and later as an imprint(?)
The Macmillan Company succeeded Macmillan and Co.
in the United States only when managers of the New York branch acquired the US operations from Macmillan and Co.
Footers of newspaper advertisements, May 1896 and June 1896:
• Macmillan & Co., 66 Fifth Avenue, New York
• The Macmillan Company, 66 Fifth Avenue, New York
"The Macmillan Company, to conduct the business of publishers and booksellers, now carried on by Macmillan & Co., in New York City, has just been incorporated, with a capital of $275,000."
--"Literary Notes", The Independent
#2478 (1896-05-28), p. 19
Please report Macmillan and Co.
for US editions published by the Macmillans to 1896.
In the database, The Macmillan Company is succeeded by and contemporary to Macmillan
, which is a catch-all for US books and unknown, or un-located, books from Macmillan-named publishers. The catch-all for UK books is Macmillan UK
Crowell-Collier Publishing Co.
of New York City completed acquisition of The Macmillan Company in December 1960 and operated Macmillan as an independent division. The parent company was renamed Crowell, Collier and Macmillan, Inc.
in 1965 and Macmillan, Inc.
in 1973, when the subsidiary became Macmillan Publishing Company.