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Robert McBride & Company

Robert McBride & Company

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Founded: 1912
Founded by: Robert McBride
Titles/Circulation: 0


Robert Medill McBride was the publisher of James Branch Cabell and the later books of Frank Buck.

McBride started in publishing at Country Life in America. He founded Yachting magazine in 1907; took over House and Garden in 1908, Travel, 1910; Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, 1914. McBride began book publishing 1912, and founded a London publishing house in 1915. Among the books he published were the later works of Frank Buck, including Buck's autobiography, All In A Lifetime. In 1926 McBride published Thorne Smith's novel Topper, which was the basis for the 1937 screwball comedy Topper (film) directed by Norman Z. McLeod. McBride also published a series of travel books which he himself had written, some under the pen name Robert Medill or Marshall Reid.

McBride and Cabell won the famous obscenty case brought against Cabell's book Jurgen.

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• James Cabell  • James Smith 


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