With the head of the blond athlete, found on the Acropolis in Athens and drawn by Fernando Marco, as its emblem, the Residencia started its publishing house in 1913. By 1936 forty titles had appeared. Alberto Jiménez Fraud was its editor, with the cooperation of Juan Ramón Jiménez, José Ortega y Gasset, José Moreno Villa and, Federico de Onís. Juan Ramón Jiménez was in charge of design. We should mention some of its publications: Meditaciones del Quijote (1914) by José Ortega y Gasset; Ensayos (1916-1918) by Unamuno; Poesías completas (1917) by Antonio Machado; Azorín’s Al margen de los clásicos (1915); ¿Qué es la electricidad? (1917) by Blas Cabrera, and Juan Ramón Jiménez’s Platero y yo (1926), as well as the 20 issues of the journal Residencia, (1926 -1934) to which several generations of intellectuals and authors contributed.