PUBLISHER : Chatterton-Peck Company, New York, 1904? - 1908?
"Grosset & Dunlap emerged as the chief rebinder and reprinter ... [John H.] May persuaded the partners [of Grosset & Dunlap circa 1908] to take over the business of Chatterton & Peck, which had succeeded the Mershon Co. as publishers of a substantial line of children's books, primarily stories for boys, including most of those by Edward Stratemeyer, whose "Rover Boys" series was the forerunner of others in a similar style...." (Tebbel II: 365). The firm submitted a catalog to PTLA in 1907.
LUCILE’s ISSUED BY Chatterton-Peck Company :
Last revised: 21 September 2010