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Western Book and Publishing Company was organ­ized by [[Krehbiel, Henry Peter (1862-1940)|H. P. Krehbiel]] when he moved the [[Review, The (Periodical)|&lt;em&gt;Review&lt;/em&gt;]] to [[Newton (Kansas, USA)|Newton]], Kansas, from Canton, Ohio in December 1900 and bought the rights to <em>Das Kansas Volksblatt</em> from the Kansan Company which had acquired this periodical from W. J. Krehbiel and [[Goerz, David (1849-1914)|David Goerz]] in 1899.
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Western Book and Publishing Company was organ­ized by [[Krehbiel, Henry Peter (1862-1940)|H. P. Krehbiel]] when he moved the [[Review, The (Periodical)|<em>Review</em>]] to [[Newton (Kansas, USA)|Newton]], Kansas, from Canton, Ohio in December 1900 and bought the rights to <em>Das Kansas Volksblatt</em> from the Kansan Company which had acquired this periodical from W. J. Krehbiel and [[Goerz, David (1849-1914)|David Goerz]] in 1899.
  
H. P. Krehbiel, manager, was joined by [[Krehbiel, Christian Emmanuel (1869-1948)|C. E. Krehbiel]] in 1901, who served as secretary of the company. The <em>Review</em> was continued through 1904. The [[Post und Volksblatt (Periodical)|&lt;em&gt;Post und Volksblatt&lt;/em&gt;]] began publication in 1904 with H. P. and C. E. Krehbiel as editors. In 1909 the <em>Post und Volksblatt</em> was discontinued and the Western Book and Publishing Company reorgan­ized as the [[Herold Book and Publishing Company (Newton, Kansas, USA)|Herold Book and Publishing Company]].
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H. P. Krehbiel, manager, was joined by [[Krehbiel, Christian Emmanuel (1869-1948)|C. E. Krehbiel]] in 1901, who served as secretary of the company. The <em>Review</em> was continued through 1904. The [[Post und Volksblatt (Periodical)|<em>Post und Volksblatt</em>]] began publication in 1904 with H. P. and C. E. Krehbiel as editors. In 1909 the <em>Post und Volksblatt</em> was discontinued and the Western Book and Publishing Company reorgan­ized as the [[Herold Book and Publishing Company (Newton, Kansas, USA)|Herold Book and Publishing Company]].
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
 
<em>Newton Kansan</em>. Newton, Kansas: Fiftieth Anniversary Number, 1922.
 
<em>Newton Kansan</em>. Newton, Kansas: Fiftieth Anniversary Number, 1922.

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Western Book and Publishing Company was organ­ized by H. P. Krehbiel when he moved the Review to Newton, Kansas, from Canton, Ohio in December 1900 and bought the rights to Das Kansas Volksblatt from the Kansan Company which had acquired this periodical from W. J. Krehbiel and David Goerz in 1899.

H. P. Krehbiel, manager, was joined by C. E. Krehbiel in 1901, who served as secretary of the company. The Review was continued through 1904. The Post und Volksblatt began publication in 1904 with H. P. and C. E. Krehbiel as editors. In 1909 the Post und Volksblatt was discontinued and the Western Book and Publishing Company reorgan­ized as the Herold Book and Publishing Company.

[edit] Bibliography

Newton Kansan. Newton, Kansas: Fiftieth Anniversary Number, 1922.

Post und  Volksblatt. Newton, Kansas: 1904-1909.

The Review. Canton, Ohio: 1899-1904.


Author(s) John F Schmidt
Date Published 1959


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Schmidt, John F. "Western Book and Publishing Company (Newton, Kansas)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 27 Aug 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Western_Book_and_Publishing_Company_(Newton,_Kansas)&oldid=96811.

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Schmidt, John F. (1959). Western Book and Publishing Company (Newton, Kansas). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 27 August 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Western_Book_and_Publishing_Company_(Newton,_Kansas)&oldid=96811.




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