isted below are various resources for those in search of the archives of individual publishers. Brief descriptions of some (but by no means all) of the archival collections follows each link. Most of the online records have finding aids and some can be searched with varying degrees of specificity. Lists such as those compiled by Albinski and Weedon provide location information above and beyond what we are able to include here, and we encourage researchers to use them for further information. New resources may be added or corrections to these entries may be made by submitting them to the
British Book Trade Archives (1830-1939): An extensive list of the known locations of the archives of British publishers, printers, booksellers and stationers active in the period 1830-1939.
Canadian Publishers' Records Database: Records of publishing companies, authors, editors and organizations before 1995 relating to the history of secular English-language book publishing in Canada.
Historical Perspectives on Canadian Publishing: Highlights archival documents relating to Canadian publishing history, including letters, manuscripts, photographs, diaries, artwork, interviews, and financial records in collections at McMaster University Library, Queen’s University Archives, and the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library at the University of Toronto.
The National Archives (United Kingdom) list of accessions to repositories related to publishing by year, from 1995.
Princeton University Library: Charles Scribner's Sons.; Henry Holt; John Day Company; Derrydale Press; Story Magazine; the Quarterly Review of Literature; The Hudson Review; Doubleday; Harper and Brothers; G. P. Putnam; Princeton University Press.
Printing and Publishing: Sources University of Glasgow. Includes records from Blackie & Son, Collins, William Son & Co Ltd, Livingstone Bros, Lumsden of Arden, James McNab, George Outram, James Reid & Son, and the Scottish Typographical Association.
Reading University Library collections (19th & 20th c., UK): George Allen & Unwin; George Bell & Sons; A. & C. Black; the Bodley Head; Jonathan Cape; Chatto & Windus; William Clowes & Sons; Crosby Lockwood; Hogarth Press; Longman Group; Macmillan and Co.; Routledge & Kegan Paul; Secker & Warburg; Swan Sonnenschein & Co.; Virago Press.
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (American and British): A. P. Watt and Co.; J. M. Dent & Sons; John Murray; St. James Chronicle; Algonquin Books; Grove Press; Ticknor & Fields; University of North Carolina Press.
Lilly Library, Indiana University: Appleton-Century Co.; Bobbs-Merrill; Three Mountains Press; Charles and Albert Boni; Elkin Mathews, Ltd.; Calder and Boyars; Upton Sinclair correspondence to publishers.
Project Gutenberg. Encourages the voluntary creation and distribution of electronic books. The Project Gutenberg Consortia Center is designed for the collection and redistribution of eBooks that are public domain under the United States copyright laws.
Virtual Library of Bibliographical Heritage (BVPB). A cooperative project of the Ministry of Culture and the Autonomous Regions, which aims to distribute printed books and manuscripts from Spain's Historical Heritage by digital facsimile.