Stationers' Hall and Stationers' Company, London.A Livery Company of the City of London, connected with the communication industries derived from the original trades, including printing, papermaking, packaging, office products, advertising, design, photography, film and video production and publishing of books, newspapers, periodicals and electronic media.
Lilly Library, Indiana University: Appleton-Century Co.; Bobbs-Merrill; Three Mountains Press; Charles and Albert Boni; Elkin Mathews, Ltd.; Calder and Boyars; Upton Sinclair correspondence to publishers.
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (Am. & Brit.): A. P. Watt and Co.; J. M. Dent & Sons; John Murray; St. James Chronicle; Algonquin Books; Grove Press; Ticknor & Fields; U. of North Carolina Press.
Princeton University Library: Charles Scribner's Sons.; Henry Holt; John Day Company; Derrydale Press; Story Magazine; the Quarterly Review of Literature; The Hudson Review; Doubleday; Harper and Brothers; G. P. Putnam; Princeton University Press.
Reading University Library collections (19th & 20th c., UK): George Allen & Unwin; George Bell & Sons; A. & C. Black; the Bodley Head; Jonathan Cape; Chatto & Windus; William Clowes & Sons; Crosby Lockwood; Hogarth Press; Longman Group; Macmillan and Co.; Routledge & Kegan Paul; Secker & Warburg; Swan Sonnenschein & Co.; Virago Press.
Historical Records on Canadian Publishing: Highlights archival documents relating to Canadian publishing history, including letters, manuscripts, photographs, diaries, artwork, interviews, and financial records in collections at McMaster University Library, Queen’s University Archives, and the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library at the University of Toronto.