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The Tale of Mohr and the Siebecks

Once upon a time there lived a man, who ran a bookshop in Frankfurt am Main. He ran it so well that the re-establishers of the University of Heidelberg could not help but take notice. So they invited him to settle there to ensure that a competent bookseller was close at hand. He accepted this invitation, starting with a branch of the store and then later with the headquarters. This bookseller went by the name of Jacob Christian Benjamin Mohr, by which he traded in Frankfurt from 1801 onwards and in Heidelberg from 1804 onwards.   (read more...)


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Columns written by Georg Siebeck.

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Jacob Christian Benjamin Mohr (1778–1854) purchased the Hermann'sche Buchhandling in 1804 and continued to run it under his name as a product line and a publishing company.

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