Business & Finance: Deals & Developments: Aug. 11, 1930

Doran Out. He has never learned to drive a car. Nor can he use a fountain pen. But he published Aldous Huxley as willingly as he published James Moffatt's translation of the Bible. And in such versatility lay George Henry Doran's prowess as a publisher. His career's milestones have not been many. He was born in Toronto in 1869, began selling books when he was 15. In 1908 he left Fleming H. Revell Co., Manhattan religious publishers, of which he had become a vice president, to form...

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