H.W. Gray published Novello's works in New York from 1877. Around 1900 it started publishing many works by serious American composers: Converse, C. Busch, Paine, Parker and Chadwick. Through Novello it was the major distributor of Elgar's works in the US. In the late 1940s it published a few late Schoenberg works. It seems to have ceased activity in the late 1960s
Dates in italics are estimated.