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George Haven Putnam (1844–1930)

Putnam, George Haven. An American publisher and author, son of George P.; born in London, April 2, 1844; died in 1930. He entered the publishing business in 1866, and was at the head of the firm of G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York. His works include: ‘International Copyright’ (1879); ‘Authors and Publishers’ (1883); ‘Authors and their Public in Ancient Times’ (1893); ‘Books and their Makers during the Middle Ages’; ‘The Censorship of the Church of Rome and Its Influence upon the Production and Distribution of Literature’; ‘Memories of a Publisher’ (1915).