Burtis & Crane (New York, NY)

Burtis & Crane

Bookstore and Lottery Office

19 Peck Slip.

New York

New York ( 1806-1810)  1.

1.  Hannah French, "Early American Bookbinding by Hand" from: "Bookbinding in
America" Lehmann-Haupt ed. 1967. pg.104.

  1. (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,
    7, 1804.

  2. (1805) No. 80 Cherry street. Ad.: American Citizen,  N. Y. , N.Y.,  May

  3. (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)"...

  4. (1808)Bookstore and lotery office, (no mention of bookbinding) 19 Peck Slip. Longworth's American Almanac, pg. 94
    see: B. Crane
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