Dick & Fitzgerald
Dick & Fitzgerald was a 19th-century United States publisher, founded by William Brisbane Dick (1827–1901)  and Lawrence R. Fitzgerald, based in New York City. They were a publisher of popular books, including music books.
Eric Lott cites them as one of the leading publishers circa 1850 of songbooks (typically just lyrics, not melodies) of the popular blackface minstrel songs of the time, which he characterizes as "little lyric volumes of mass-produced racist caricature." 
- Kalashnikova, Irina, Guide to the Francis Brisbane Dick, 1814 - 1859 Journal (accounts), 1820 - c. 1847. Accessed 6 Sept 2005.
- Lott, Eric (1993). Love and Theft: Blackface Minstrelsy and the American Working Class. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-507832-2.