Thayer & Eldridge
Thayer & Eldridge (c.1860–1861) was a publishing firm in Boston, Massachusetts, established by William Wilde Thayer and Charles W. Eldridge. During its brief existence the firm issued works by James Redpath, Charles Sumner, and Walt Whitman, before going bankrupt in 1861.
Published by the firmEdit
- Rufus B. Sage. Rocky Mountain Life: Or, Startling Scenes and Perilous Adventures in the Far West, during an Expedition of Three Years. 1859. Google books
- Walt Whitman. Leaves of Grass, 3rd ed. 1860
- James Redpath. The public life of Capt. John Brown. 1860. Google books
- James Redpath, ed. Echoes of Harper's Ferry. 1860. Google books
- Charles Sumner. The Barbarism of Slavery: Speech of Mr. Charles Sumner on the bill for the admission of Kansas as a free state, in the United States Senate, June 4, 1860. Google books
- William T. Adams. Marrying a beggar: or The Angel in disguise, and other tales. 1860. Google books
- C.W. Dana. The Great West, Or The Garden of the World: Its History, Its Wealth, Its Natural Advantages, and Its Future. 1861. Google books
Contracted but not published because of bankruptcyEdit
- Boston Almanac. 1860
- William Wilde Thayer (1829–1896 and Charles W. Eldridge (1837–1903). cf. http://www.whitmanarchive.org/criticism/current/encyclopedia/entry_57.html Retrieved 2010-09-11
- Ronald S. Coddington (22 March 2013). "Walt Whitman's Boss". New York Times. Retrieved 23 March 2013.
- Oswald Garrison Villard. John Brown, 1800–1859: a biography fifty years after. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1910