Walsworth produces catalogs and periodicals, and is the only American- and family-owned publisher of yearbooks. Started in 1937 by Don Walsworth, current leadership is under his son, Don O. Walsworth, CEO, and grandson, Don Walsworth, president. The company operates from administrative offices and printing and binding facilities in Marceline, Mo., a prepress facility in Brookfield, Mo., a sales and marketing office in Overland Park, Kan., and a printing facility in Saint Joseph, Mich. Additionally, Walsworth owns The Donning Company Publishers in Virginia Beach, Va., a specialty book publisher, and The Ovid Bell Press in Fulton, Mo., a printer of journals and magazines. Walsworth Publishing Company, among the 35 largest printing companies in the U.S., is headquartered in Marceline, Mo. In 1937, Don Walsworth settled in Marceline to print playbills with a borrowed typewriter and a mimeograph machine. Soon the product line expanded to include cookbooks and, following World War II, memorial books to honor those who had served.