This New York City firm was founded by Martha
B.Pollard and Charles
Moss in 1879. Initially it was a subscription book publishing business.
It published numerous reprints including several
publisher's series, a set of Dickens and a number of books with Gustave
Between 1879 and 1887 it was located at 47 John Street. By 1888 they were at 37 Barclay and 42 Park Place.
In 1890 Pollard and Moss went out of business because of financial setbacks.
Tom Brown's School-Days is #82 in the P & M 12 mos. series and was published in 1889. Originally it cost 50 cents.
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