James MacLehose and Sons
James MacLehose and Sons was a bookseller, publisher, and printer in Glasgow in the 19th century. Started as independent businesses by James J. MacLehose and his brother, Robert MacLehose, the MacLehose family was active in the Glasgow book business in various ways through the 19th century. The business was associated with Glasgow University and published many University Press titles. A collection of books were deposited at Glasgow University and are now in shelfmark "MacLehose", and family and business records and manuscripts are in the special collections with call number "Sp Coll MS Gen 1594".
The businesses operated variously under the names James MacLehose, Robert MacLehose, the MacLehose firm, James MacLehose and Sons, Robert MacLehose and Company, Robert MacLehose and Company, Limited, MacLehose, Jackson & Co., Jackson, Wylie & Co. (no relation to John Wiley & Sons), and the MacLehose group.
Notes and referencesEdit
- "Index of Glasgow Men (1909): James MacLehose". Retrieved 28 January 2017.
- "Mitchell Library, The Bailie: James MacLehose". The Glasgow Story. Retrieved 28 January 2017.
- Books Published by James MacLehose from 1838 to 1881 and by James MacLehose and Sons to 1905: Presented to the Library of the University of Glasgow. Glasgow University Press Collection: 1838–1905. Glasgow: Glasgow University Press. 1905.
- Moss, Michael S. "MacLehose, James (1811–1885)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online ed.). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/49205. (Subscription or UK public library membership required.)
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