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Publisher: Strahan & Co.

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  • Publisher: Strahan & Co. Publisher Record # 32797
  • Note: London One 1867 title page displays beneath anchor logo "Anchora Spei" (three lines, all caps):   Strahan and Co. Publishers   56, Ludgate Hill, London   1867 Alexander Strahan (1834? 1835?1918), Scottish publisher best known for periodicals: Good Words (from 1860); The Sunday Magazine (from 1864-10); The Argosy (from 1865-12); The Contemporary Review (from 1866-01); Good Words for the Young (from 1868) --Good Words for the Young at VictorianWeb.org, and linked articles "In 1865 Alexander Strahan, of London and Edinburgh, established a house in New York, from which he issued his Contemporary Review, Good Words, and Sunday Magazine." --Frank L. Mott, A History of American Magazines, 1865-1885 (Harvard, 1938), p278 viewed at Google Books

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