Walsworth Publishing Company is headquartered in Marceline, Mo., a town commonly known as the boyhood home of Walt Disney. In 1937, Don Walsworth settled in Marceline to print playbills with a borrowed typewriter and a mimeograph machine. Soon the product line was expanded to include cookbooks and, following World War II, memorial books to honor those who had served their country. In 1947, Walsworth began to produce yearbooks, which have been the company's mainstay ever since. In 1970, the Commercial division (now known as Walsworth Print Group) was established to balance the cyclical yearbook production schedule, adding textbooks, catalogs, magazines and other specialty publications to the Walsworth line.
Today, Walsworth is still a family-owned company that employs more than 1,250 people worldwide, and more than 250 of them have 20 or more years of service to the company. Walsworth boasts more than 675 employees who have attained the Master Printer of America status. Several members of various families work for Walsworth, and at times, those families have included three generations simultaneously.
Walsworth's goal continues to be providing customers with the best possible service while helping them produce printed products of superior quality.
A leader in the yearbook and commercial printing industry.
Printing and Bindery Facility
St. Joseph, MI
Yearbook Sales & Marketing Office
Kansas City, MO