This 20th century publisher is included here because it published a number of Tom Brown books. They were mostly printed within large publisher's series.
The company was founded in 1898 by George T. Dunlap and Alexander Grosset as Dunlap and Grosset. The name changed in 1900 to Grosset and Dunlap and this firm was one of the major book publishers of the 20th century.
The Tom Brown books were published in the Grosset and Dunlap's Standard Books-Good Value Edition, Popular Books, Children's Famous Series, Famous Stories for Young People and the generic "Famous Books".
These volumes are 12 mo. and all have dust jackets. Post-1922 books say Made in the United States of america on the title page or the copyright page.
Children's Famous Series (Post-1922) Both titles are part of this series.
Famous Stories for Young People (Post-1922) School Days only
Popular Books (Both titles)
Standard Books (Post-1922)
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