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PostSubject: Midwestern Publishers in Foreign Languages (early 20th cent.)   Sun Aug 02, 2009 1:28 pm

So I've kinda' sorta' been collecting old/antique books that are printed in foreign languages. So far I have ones in German, Finnish, and Norwegian. I can't find any information on the publishers so I'm just going to start making a list and maybe one day look into it. And if you find any in your daily travels, let me know! I can usually pick them up for about 1-3 dollars a book.

ANYWAY.... I was wondering if any of you might have any idea where these publishers went and why. It seems strange that they would just all up and die during/after the immigration years.


Oh, and here's the ones I've found so far:
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**Päivälehti Kustannusyhtiön Kirjapaino
**Duluth, Minnesota 1926

**Suomalais Luteerilainen Kustannusliike Kirjapainossa
**Hancock (Hancockissa) Michigan, 1916, 1922, 1923

**Osakeyhtiö Kuopion Uusi Kirjapaino
** ,,Toiwon Tähden" liite N:o 2
**Kuopio (Kuopiossa) 1918 (I have no idea where this one is from)

**Kiǿbenhavn (no accent over the ǿ, I just can't find the right symbol)
**P.G. Philipsens Forlag
**Thieles Bogtrykkeri 1862

**Reclam / Universal-Bibliothek
**Printed in Germany 1971, 1987

**Ginn and Company
**Copyright 1914 Printed in USA
**Multiple sites around US

**J.B. Lippincott Company
**1938 North Carolina

**Hämeenlinna 1946
**Arvi A. Karisto Oy:n Kirjapaino

**Carl G. Salmisen Kustannuksella
**Duluth, Minnesota 1927
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