Caleb Stillson Hammond
Caleb Stillson Hammond (1862-1929) was the founder of a map-making and printing firm in Brooklyn, New York, named C. S. Hammond & Company. Hammond came from a career position as a cartographer with Rand McNally but split with them in 1900 to create his own firm.
C. S. Hammond & Company had enormous success during the early 20th century and would take a back seat in America only to Rand McNally. The company was sold in 1999 and has since been subsumed under the Kappa Publishing Group.
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