Haskell and Allen (1869 - 1880) was a lithography firm based in Boston, Massachusetts, and operated by F.M. Haskell and George F. Allen. Haskell and Allen started their partnership as picture framers and print sellers, then moved into selling lithographs in the early 1870s. They produced a series of horse prints, which are considered by enthusiasts to be the second best series in the genre, although they are still 'several lengths' behind the series by Currier and Ives. Allen left the partnership in 1878, and Haskell operated it by himself until 1880. Some sources say that Haskell went bankrupt.

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