Moses Woodruff Dodd (November 11, 1813 – April 8, 1899) was the founding father of a publishing company that eventually grew to become Dodd, Mead and Company in New You are able to City.
He was the boy of Ira Dodd (1786-1869) and Anna Harrison (1785-1867) of Bloomfield, Nj. After graduation at Princeton in 1837, he joined the Princeton Theological Seminary, but he didn’t graduate due to his health issues. In 1839, he created a partnership with John S. Taylor, a writer of recent You are able to City. When Taylor upon the market in 1840, Dodd ongoing the company as of M. W. Dodd until his retirement in 1870.
He died on April 8, 1899.
He’d the next brothers and sisters:
He married Rachel Hoe (1817-1897) coupled with the next children: