The John Church Company was a 19th-century American publishing company that specialized in sheet music. They had offices in Cincinnati, Ohio; New York, New York; and Chicago, Illinois. The company published the works of John Philip Sousa, Dan Emmett, and other composers.
The company was bought out by the Theodore Presser Company in 1930.
- Fuld, James L. (1966). Book of World Famous Music: Classical, Popular, and Folk. 5th ed., revised and enlarged. Mineola, New York: Dover Publications, Inc.
- Levy, Lester S. (1975). "Introduction", Sousa's Great Marches in Piano Transcription: Original Music of 23 Works by John Philips Sousa. Mineola, New York: Dover Publications, Inc.
- O'Jordan, John, Patten, Robert L., and Beer, Gillian, eds. (1995). Literature in the Marketplace: Nineteenth-century British Publishing and Reading Practices. New York: Cambridge University Press.
- Bower, Harry A. copyright MDCCCXCVIII. The Imperial Meathod for the Drum, Timpani, Bells, Etc. Containing A full course of Instruction, Progressive Studies, a concise explanation of the Rudiments of Music, together with a varied collection of Choice Pieces, Operatic and Favorite Melodies, Solos etc., etc. Publisher of this book is "The John Church Company"