G. K. Hall & Co.

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G. K. Hall & Co. is an American book publisher based in Boston. It was founded sometime in the late 1950s by Garrison Kent Hall (1917–1973), who also had been an accountant. The firm initially, in the late 1950s through the 1960s, produced catalogs, in print and microform, of collections of renowned libraries — notably the New York Public Library. In the 1960s, the firm expanded, producing other library references in the sciences, humanities, fine arts, and music. Beginning in 1971, two years after being acquired by ITT, the firm became a leading pioneer of publishing large-print editions of best-selling fiction and non-fiction books.

Succession of ownership[edit]

G. K. Hall was founded sometime in the 1950s and was incorporated in Massachusetts in December 1962. The company was acquired by ITT in September 1969[1] and sold to Macmillan Publishing in 1985. In 1999, G. K. Hall became an imprint of Thomson Gale when Gale acquired its parent, Macmillan Reference USA.

Selected library references[edit]

Compiled volumes
Vols. 1–4: A–Cat; OCLC 500228784
Vols. 5-8: Cas–GA; OCLC 500228805
Vols. 17–20: New–Sau; OCLC 500228864
Vols. 21–24: Sav–US; OCLC 500228882
Vols. 25–28: US-Z; OCLC 500228901
Loose compiled volumes
Vol. 1–21; OCLC 479485453
Single volumes
Vol. 1: A–M; OCLC 165125948
Vol. 2: An–Ba; OCLC 165126132
Vol. 3: Be–Brov; OCLC 165126436
Vol. 4: Brow–Car; OCLC 165126450
Vol. 5: Cas–Colt; OCLC 165126458
Vol. 6: Colu–Dec; OCLC 165126463
Vol. 7: Ded–E; OCLC 165126471
Vol. 8: F–Ga; OCLC 165126477
Vol. 9: Ge–Hall; OCLC 165126482
Vol. 10: Halo–Inc; OCLC 165126490
Vol. 11: Ind–Indians; OCLC 165126495
Vol. 12: Indians–J; OCLC 165126505
Vol. 13: K–Linc; OCLC 165126512
Vol. 14: Lind–Mass; OCLC 165126521
Vol. 15: Mast–Mol; OCLC 165126530
Vol. 16: Mom–Nev; OCLC 165126534
Vol. 17: New–O; OCLC 165126542
Vol. 18: P–Pin; OCLC 165126555
Vol. 19: Pio–Reu; OCLC 165126633
Vol. 20: Rev–Sau; OCLC 165126641
Vol. 21: Sav–Sous; OCLC 165126651
Vol. 22: Sout–Teh; OCLC 165126655
Vol. 23: Tei–US, C; OCLC 165126662
Vol. 24: US, D–US, History; OCLC 165126666
Vol. 25: US, History–US, Hy; OCLC 165126673
Vol. 26: US–Vat; OCLC 165126679
Vol. 27: Vau–Wer; OCLC 165126685
Vol. 28: Wes–Z; OCLC 165126693
1st Supplement (1973); OCLC 1611716, 5534553 and 642886977
Vol. 1: A–E Brown; OCLC 165126258
Vol. 2: F Brown-Deu; OCLC 165126938
Vol. 3: Dev–Her; OCLC 165126939
Vol. 4: Hes–Lek; OCLC 165126942
Vol. 5: Lel–Nev; OCLC 165126945
Vol. 6: New–Roc; OCLC 165126947
Vol. 7: Rod-US Delaware; OCLC 165126955
Vol. 8: US Dem–US Rur; OCLC 165126965
Vol. 9: US San–Z; OCLC 165126968
  • Contemporary American Composers, compiled by E. Ruth Anderson (1907–1989), G.K. Hall & Co.
1st ed. (1976); OCLC 2035024
2nd ed. (1982); OCLC 7795619

Former executives[edit]

  • Garrison Kent Hall (1917–1973), founder
  • Phillips A. Treleaven (1928–2000), President of G. K. Hall from about 1970 to 1974
  • Remo Alphonso Caroselli (1922–1968), Vice President
  • Thomas M. Finn, ThD (1924–1999), Editor-in-Chief; later, academic dean at the College of William and Mary
  • John F. Curley, Sr. (1928–2001)

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