Stone and Clark (fl. c. 1828 - 1855) was a publishing, engraving, and lithography firm based in Ithaca, New York. Very little of substance is known about the firm. The well known lithographer and painter, Henry Walton (1820 - 1873), worked for the firm from around 1836 until he moved to California in 1851. An advertisement in the September 11, 1839, edition of the Ithaca Chronicle placed by Stone and Clark reads that they, 'execute job work of any description, steel, copper-plate and wood engraving, letter press printing and book binding.' Around 1839 they acquired the printing rights to David Hugh Burr's (1803 - 1875) Atlas of the State of New York, which they published in at least two editions (1839 and 1840).

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