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Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers
|Founder||Daniel Kirkpatrick and George Walsh|
|Country of origin||United States|
Fitzroy Dearborn was an American publisher of academic library reference titles with offices in London and Chicago. It was acquired by Taylor & Francis as an imprint of Routledge Reference in 2002, before Taylor & Francis merged with Informa.
At the time of its sale, the company had a backlist of 350 titles.
Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers was founded in 1994 by Daniel Kirkpatrick and George Walsh. The company was a publisher of academic library reference titles with offices in London and Chicago. It was acquired by the UK-based Taylor & Francis Group as an imprint of Routledge Reference in 2002. Taylor & Francis itself subsequently merged with Informa.
At the time of its sale, the company had a backlist of 350 titles, many of them award-winning.
The name of the company was derived from the districts of London and Chicago in which its offices were located, Fitzrovia and Dearborn respectively.
Fitzroy Dearborn's titles included: