Methodist Book and Publishing House

Identity area

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Methodist Book and Publishing House

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Description area

Dates of existence

1829-1919

History

The Methodist Book and Publishing House was founded in 1829 in Toronto, Ontario. By the 1890s the Methodist Book and Publishing House was responsible for the Christian Guardian, Sunday-school papers, textbooks, and undertaking jobbing printing. In 1919, Methodist Book and Publishing House became Ryerson Press.

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Relationships area

Related entity

Ryerson Press (1919-1970)

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Category of relationship

temporal

Type of relationship

Ryerson Press

is the successor of

Methodist Book and Publishing House

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Institution identifier

ON00340

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Draft

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Partial

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