Stewart Printing Company
The Stewart Printing Company was a printing and publishing company active in South Africa during Second World War, especially the early 1940s.
Founded and/or managed by Charles L. Stewart, the premises were situated in Carlton House, Alfred Street, Cape Town. Among the works published and/or printed by the company in the 1940s were Medical Jurisprudence, A South African Handbook (Rhodes et al, 1942); Just Nuisance Carries On by Leslie M. Steyn (mid 1940s); The Table Mountain Guide (Mountain Club Of SA, 1st edition, ca.1944), Comrade Bill: The Life and Times of William Andrews, Workers' Leader (1944?);
U.S. Department of Commerce, 1946. Foreign Commerce Weekly, Volumes 24-25: p.27 (27 July, 1946)
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