Reynal & Hitchcock

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Reynal & Hitchcock
FounderEugene Reynal and Curtice Hitchcock
SuccessorHarcourt, Brace
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationNew York City

Reynal and Hitchcock was a publishing company in New York City. Founded in 1933 by Eugene Reynal and Curtice Hitchcock, in 1948 it was absorbed by Harcourt, Brace.[1]


The Little Prince, a 1943 illustrated classic by Antoine de Saint-Exupery

  • Strange Fruit, a 1944 bestselling novel debut by American author Lillian Smith

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  1. ^ American Authors and Books: 1640 to Present Day Third Revised Edition, Crown Publishers, Inc., New York. (Original Editors W. J. Burke and Will D. Howe)