The Carey Printing Company (c. 1898 - 1921) was a New York City-based publisher located on Vanderwater Street in Lower Manhattan. It was founded by Peter M. Carey, who had previously managed another print shop in the city. When the company commenced operation in 1898, it was heralded as having an especially spacious printing plant that employed the most advanced machinery. The firm specialized in printing posters, including propaganda posters during the First World War, and weekend supplements for major newspapers in New York City. Given the ephemeral nature of the company's output, few of its works survive in institutional collections, the better part being those produced to support the war effort in 1917 - 1918.