Garden City Lithographic Press (c. 1869 - 1872) was a Chicago based printing concern active in the second half of the 19th century. The firm was founded by L. R. Bromley and J. O. Linkletter. In December of 1872, Linkletter left the business, and Bromley took on all assets. Bromley also took on a new partner, W. B. Shaut, renaming the firm 'Garden City Chromo-Lithographic Press.' Bromley and Linkletter continued to share offices at 76 Madison Street, Chicago, and are listed both jointly as 'Bromley and Linkletter' and separately in the 1873 supplement to Edward's Directory.

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