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Arlington House, Inc., (dba as Arlington House Publishers), now-defunct, was an American book publisher of jazz discographies, as well as conservative and anti-communist titles. It was a Delaware corporation from 1964 to 1988 with offices in New Rochelle and New York City and, in 1981, Westport, Connecticut.

Arlington House Publishers
StatusDefunct
Founded1964
FounderNeil McCaffrey Jr.[1]
SuccessorCrown Publishing
Country of originUnited States
Publication typesbooks

History of corporate structureEdit

  • In 1968, Computer Applications acquired the businesses of Arlington House, Inc., and its affiliated companies, Conservative Book Club, Inc., and Nostalgia Book Club, Inc., all of New Rochelle, for approximately $1.5 million in stock. The acquired firms continued to operate under then current management as part of the direct mail/graphic arts and publishing division of Computer Applications, Inc. (CAI).[2]

Selected books publishedEdit

Politics, economics, & conservatismEdit

  • Bartlett, Bruce R, Reaganomics: Supply Side Economics in Action (1981), 229 pages; ISBN 978-0870005053
  • Brown, Harold O.J. The Reconstruction of the Republic (1977), 207 pages; ISBN 978-0870002304
  • Carrington, Frank G. Neither Cruel nor Unusual – The Case for Capital Punishment (1978)
  • Carroll, John Alexander; Faulk, Odie B. Home of the Brave: A Patriot's Guide to American History (1976)
  • Cohen, Bernard Lande. Law Without Order: Capital Punishment and the Liberals (1970)
  • Colby, Benjamin. 'T’was a Famous Victory: Deception and Propaganda in War with Germany (1975)
  • Davies, Michael. Liturgical Revolution, Part 2: Pope John's Council (1977)
  • Edwards, Lee. You Can Make the Difference (1980)
  • Farr, Finis. Fair Enough: The Life of Westbrook Pegler (1975)
  • Gill, William J. The Ordeal of Otto Otepka (1969), 505 pages; ISBN 978-0870000546, OCLC 559269066
  • Gavin, William F. Street Corner Conservative (1975)
  • Gerber, Michele Stenehjem. An American First: John T. Flynn and the America First Committee (1976)
  • Herschensohn, Bruce. The Gods of Antenna (1976)
  • Hicken, Victor. The World is Coming to an End!: An Irreverent Look at Modern Doomsayers (1975)
  • Holt, Thomas J. Total Investing (1976)
  • Huggins, Hal A. Why Raise Ugly Kids?: Fulfill Your Child's Health and Happiness Potential (1981)
  • James, Peter N. Soviet Conquest from Space (1974)
  • Lambro, Donald, The Conscience of a Young Conservative (1976)
  • Lane, Thomas A. The Breakdown of the Old Politics (1974)
  • Lee, Albert. Slumlord! The True Story of the Man who is Beating America's Biggest Problem (1976)
  • Fr. William Lester, S.J. (né William Francis Lester; 1941–2010), Morality, anyone? (1975)
  • Tibor R. Machan, The pseudo-science of B. F. Skinner (1974)
  • H. L. Mencken, A gang of pecksniffs: and other comments on newspaper publishers, editors and reporters (1975)
  • Thomas Steven Molnar, Authority and its enemies (1976)
  • Gary North, None Dare Call It Witchcraft (1976)
  • Alexander Perry Paris, The coming credit collapse: an update for the 1980s (1980)
  • Kevin P. Phillips, The Emerging Republican Majority (1969)
  • John Henry Newman & Charles Frederick Harrold, A Newman treasury. Selections from the prose works (1975)
  • Murray Newton Rothbard & Leonard P Liggio, A new land, a new people: the American colonies in the seventeenth century (1975)
  • Murray Newton Rothbard & Leonard P Liggio, Conceived in liberty (1975)
  • Murray Newton Rothbard, Advance to revolution, 1760-1775 (1976)
  • Craig Schiller, The (Guilty) Conscience of a Conservative (1978)
  • Phyllis Schlafly & Chester Charles Ward, Kissinger on the couch (1975)
  • Schiff, Irwin A. The biggest con: how the government is fleecing you (1976)
  • Schultz, Harry D., Panics & crashes : How you can make money out of them (1980)
  • Robert A Shakman, Poison-proof your body! : Food, pollution, and your health (1980)
  • Robert B Taylor, Doctor Taylor's guide to healthy skin for all ages (1974)
  • Ralph de Toledano, Hit and run; the rise - and fall? – of Ralph Nader (1975)
  • Jerome Tuccille, Who's afraid of 1984? (1975)
  • Charlotte Twight, America's emerging Fascist economy (1975)
  • Wayne Valis, The Future under President Reagan (1981)
  • Weyl, Nathaniel, Karl Marx: Racist (1979)
  • Wheeler, Richard Shaw. Pegans in the Pulpit (1974)
  • Whelan, James R. Allende: Death of a Marxist Dream (1981)
  • Whitney, Victor P. How to Beat the Money-grabbers: The Essentials of Estate Planning (1979)

Arts & entertainmentEdit

  • Alvin H Marill (1934–2010), Movies made for television: the telefeature and the mini-series, 1964–1979 (1980)
  • Bill Libby, They didn't win the Oscars (1980)
  • Brian A. L. Rust, Abe Lyman to Bob Zurke: index of song titles; index of artists (1978)
  • Brian A. L. Rust, Irving Aaronson to Abe Lyman (1978)
  • Brian A. L. Rust, The American Dance Band Discography 1917–1942 (2 vols) (1975)
  • Brian A. L. Rust, Jazz records, 1897–1942 (1978)
  • David Ragan, Who's Who in Hollywood 1900–1976 (1977)
  • Gabe Essoe (né Gabor Attila Essoe; born 1944), The official book of TV lists (1981)
  • James Robert Parish, Hollywood’s great love teams (1974)
  • James Robert Parish, The Hollywood Beauties (1978)
  • James Robert Parish, The RKO Gals (1974)
  • James Robert Parish, The tough guys (1976)
  • James Robert Parish, Lennard DeCarl, Hollywood players: the forties (1976)
  • Jane Dorner, Fashion in the forties & fifties (1975)
  • Jeffrey M. Lenburg (born 1956), The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoon Series (reprint by Da Capo Press) (1981)
  • John Milton Hagen (né Milton Abel Hagen; 1892–1977) (author); Feg Murray (illustrator), Holly-would! (1974); OCLC 803258386
  • Les Adams & Buck Rainey, Shoot-em-ups: the complete reference guide to Westerns of the sound era (1978)
  • Michael G. Fitzgerald, Universal pictures: a panoramic history in words, pictures and filmographies (1977)
  • Richard Merrill Sudhalter (1938–2008) & Philip R. Evans (né Philip Roland Evans; 1935–1999), Bix: Man & Legend (1975); OCLC 462382956, 1731083
  • Roger Davis Kinkle (1916–2000), The complete encyclopedia of popular music and jazz 1900–1950 (4 vols.) (1974)
  • Sheldon Harris, Blues who's who: a biographical dictionary of blues singers (1979)
  • Steven Jay Rubin, The James Bond films: a behind the scenes history (1981)
  • Ted Sennett (né Theodore Sinitsky; 1928–2006), Warner Brothers Presents: The Most Exciting Years – From The Jazz Singer to White Heat (1971)
  • William R. Meyer (1949–1996), The Film Buff's catalog (1979)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Neil McCaffrey Jr., Book Club Chief, 69". The New York Times. 1994-12-10. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2018-05-15.
  2. ^ Acquisitions: Computer Applications Buys Arlington House, Affiliates, Computerworld, pg. 12, October 9, 1968
  3. ^ McDowell, Edwin (1982-01-31). "Outlet Books Buys Arlington". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2018-05-15.
  4. ^ “...we must greet enthusiastically the recent publishing of six essays written by Ludwig von Mises in the 1920s. Arlington House Publishers and translator Professor Hans Sennholz are to be congratulated for making these essays available to a whole new generation of economists and policymakers who could still profit, apparently, from their insightful analysis.”

    Armentano, D. “Review of A Critique of Interventionism, by Ludwig von Mises”. Reason, May 1978

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