Carmelo and Bauermann (1887 - 1938) was a publishing house established in Manila by Don Eulalio Carmel y Lakandula, an artist-engraver, and William Bauermann, a German lithographer and cartographer, who was working for the Bureau of Forestry at the time. The firm operated out of 2057 Azcarraga. The press soon became one of the leaders in modern printing in the Philippines. Carmelo's son, Alfredo Carmelo (the famous Filipino pilot) operated the firm until 1938.