Burtis & Crane (New York, NY)
Burtis & Crane
Bookstore and Lottery Office
19 Peck Slip.
New York ( 1806-1810) 1.
1. Hannah French, "Early American Bookbinding by Hand" from: "Bookbinding in
America" Lehmann-Haupt ed. 1967. pg.104.
(1804) Dissolution of Co-Partnership- The Co-partnership heretofore
existing between Philip Arnold, Samuel A. Burtus & Benjamin Crane, under the
firm of P. Arnold & Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent- Those who
have any demands against said firm will please apply for settlement, and all
those indebted are requested to make payment to Burtus & Crane, who are
authorized to settle the concern" Daily advertiser, New York, New York, June,
(1805) No. 80 Cherry street. Ad.: American Citizen, N. Y. , N.Y., May
(1807) "B. Crane, Bookbinder, Seller and Stationer... thanks to his friends
and the public who have heretofore been so liberal in their encouragement
(while under the firm of Burtis & Crane)"...
- (1808)Bookstore and lotery office, (no mention of bookbinding) 19 Peck Slip. Longworth's American Almanac, pg. 94
see: B. Crane