Tuer, Andrew White, 1838 - 1900, publisher and writer

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Tuer, Andrew White, 1838 - 1900, publisher and writer

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1838 - 1900


Andrew White Tuer (1838-1900) was a publisher, writer and printer. In 1862 he went into partnership with Abraham Field to create Field and Tuer. The company began as a stationer and printer, but with a move to 50 Leadenhall Street they were able to branch out into publishing. They created their own imprint in 1879, The Leadenhall Press, which published many of Joseph Crawhall II's work. Tuer and Crawhall aslo became close personal friends.


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