Ryerson Press

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Ryerson Press

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Dates of existence

1919-1970

History

Ryerson Press, a Canadian book publishing company named after Egerton Ryerson, was founded in 1919. It was previously known as The Methodist Book Room, run by the Methodist Church of Canada. After the merger of the Methodist, Congregation and the Presbyterian Churches in 1925, Ryerson Press was operated by the United Church Publishing House. The publishing company was sold in 1970 to McGraw-Hill.

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Related entity

Christian Guardian (1829-1925)

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hierarchical

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Christian Guardian

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Ryerson Press

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Methodist Book and Publishing House (1829-1919)

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Methodist Book and Publishing House

is the predecessor of

Ryerson Press

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ON00340

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