|Country of origin||United States|
|Headquarters location||3 Park Avenue|
New York, New York 10017 
|Publication types||Books, historical reprints|
|Owner(s)||The New York Times|
Arno Press is a Manhattan-based publishing house founded by Arnold Zohn in 1963, specializing in reprinting rare and long out-of-print materials.
Zohn served 48 missions on a bomber crew during World War II, and when he returned home he entered the publishing world. He became vice-president of The New York Times, and later created his own publishing house, Arno Press, in 1963. From the beginning, Zohn's business strategy was to reprint hardcover volumes of historical works and sell large orders to the then-growing number of libraries around the country. In 1968, The New York Times purchased a controlling 51% of Arno Press, and in 1971 they purchased the rest.
On September 23, 1970, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace formally presented the United Nations with a five-volume series set, Issues Before the General Assemblies of the United Nations (1946-1965), published by Arno Press. Arnold Zohn attended the ceremony in the General Secretary's conference room on behalf of Arno Press. Joseph E. Johnson represented the Carnegie Endowment in his capacity as president, and Secretary General U Thant accepted the material on behalf of the United Nations.
Herbert Cohen was named president of Arno Press on July 14, 1975, in an announcement by Sydney Gruson, executive vice-president of The New York Times Company. He had previously served as executive vice-president of Arno Press since he joined the company in May 1972, and before that he was with Xerox Corporation's American Education Publications.
The firm continued as part of Times Books in the 1980, reducing its output. In 1982 many of its titles were sold to Merrimack Book Service. The imprint was licensed to Random House in 1984, then to the Henry Holt division of Macmillan in 2000.
The Arno Press imprint was discontinued "around 1984."
In their book American Woman, Italian Style: Italian Americana's Best Writings on Women, Carol Bonomo Albright and Christine Palamidessi Moore praised Arno Press for the "impressive and valuable array of materials on Italian Americans in the United States" in its thirty-nine-volume series, The Italian American Experience.
- American Negro: His History and Literature (44 vols.)
- Italian American Experience (39 vols.)
- Lost Race and Adult Fantasy Fiction
- Supernatural and Occult Fiction
- Science Fiction
- Belknap, Jeremy. Research Library of Colonial America (1972) ISBN 0405032706 Originally published 1791–92.
- Birnbaum, Norman. Social Structure and the German Reformation (1980) ISBN 0405129459
- Board of Governors, Federal Reserve. International Monetary Policies (1979) ISBN 0405112394 Originally published 1947.
- Crowninshield, Frank. Manners for the Metropolis (1975) ISBN 978-0405069079
- Davies, Robert Bruce. Peacefully Working to Conquer the World: Singer Sewing Machines in Foreign Markets, 1854-1920 (1976) Originally presented as author's thesis at University of Wisconsin, 1967.
- Forter, Norman L. The Roumanian Handbook (1971) ISBN 978-0405027475
- Guardians of the Poor. Poverty U.S.A.: The Historical Record (1971) ISBN 978-0405031069 Originally published 1788.
- Hall, Charles E. Negroes in the United States, 1920-1932 (1969)
- Farmer, John Stephen. Slang and its Analogues (1970) Originally published 1890–1904.
- Kemmerer, Edwin Walter. Gold and the Gold Standard (1979) ISBN 0405112297 Originally published 1944.
- Mason, Edward Sagendorph. Controlling World Trade: Cartels and Commodity Agreements (1972) ISBN 0405045743 Originally published 1946 by the Committee for Economic Development.
- Petrie, W. M. Flinders. Religion and Conscience in Ancient Egypt: Lectures Delivered at University College, London (1980) ISBN 040508854X Originally published 1898.
- Read, James Morgan. Atrocity Propaganda, 1914-1919 (1972) ISBN 978-0405047602 Originally published for the University of Louisville by Yale University Press, 1941.
- Real Estate Record Association. History of Real Estate, Building, and Architecture in New York City During the Last Quarter of a Century (1967)
- Stabler, Elizabeth (ed.). Key Issues: Issues and Events of 1978 from the New York Times Information Bank (1978)
- U.S. Congress, Committee on Education. Motion Picture Commission (1978)
- "Addresses of Publishers and Organizations." Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, vol. 22, no. 2, August 1981, pp. 68-71. doi:10.1177/001088048102200216.
- Pace, Eric. "Arnold Zohn Dies, Began Arno Press". The New York Times, May 26, 1985, section 1, p. 32. Archived from the original.
- Reginald, Robert, and Douglas Menville. "Introduction: The Arnold Zone." Classics of Fantastic Literature: Selected Review Essays. Rockville, Maryland: Wildside Press, 2005. ISBN 978-0809519187.
- "Publisher: Arno Press." ISFDB. Archived from the original.
- "FOB: Firms Out of Business – Arno Press." Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin, 2008. Archived from the original.
- "U.N. Receives 5-Volume Set from Carnegie Endowment." New York Times, September 24, 1970, p. 40.
- "Herbert Cohen Heads Arno Press." New York Times, July 15, 1976, p. 32. Archived from the original.
- Albright, Carol Bonomo, and Christine Palamidessi Moore. "Materials from Arno Press: The Italian-American Woman." In: American Woman, Italian Style: Italian Americana's Best Writings on Women. Fordham University Press, 2011. ISBN 978-0823231751. Archived from the original. doi:10.5422/fordham/9780823231751.003.0031.
- Zohn, Arnold. Letter to the Editor. New York Times, October 6, 1968, p. BR30.