6 edition of Some newspapers and newspaper-men. found in the catalog.
|Series||Essay index reprint series|
|LC Classifications||PN4855 .V5 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 335 p.|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||79134148|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages facsimiles 23 cm. Contents: Mr. Ochs and his Times --William Randolph Hearst and his moral press --The new World, a liberal journal --Frank A.
Munsey, dealer in dailies --The Forward, a non-profit-making daily --Boston, a poor-farm of journalism --The Baltimore Suns, a notable journalistic resurrection --The.
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Edition. Full text of "Some Newspapers And Newspaper-Men" See other formats. Through the s the publication of newspapers generally had some political affiliation. The newspaper was the way politicians communicated with constituents and voters.
And while the newspapers carried accounts of newsworthy events, the pages were often filled with letters expressing opinions.
If the newspaper executive, the advertising executive, the educator, or the student does not use Dr. Parkman Rankin's book, The Practice of Newspaper Management, they will be one brick short of a load in having the answers from every standpoint needed in newspaper management is a book, skillfully written, that should be the mandatory handbook of executive practitioners in the.
“Newspapers are a bad habit, the reading equivalent of junk food. What happens to me is that I seize upon an issue in the news—the issue is the moral/philosophical, political/intellectual equivalent of a cheeseburger with everything on it; but for the duration of my interest in Some newspapers and newspaper-men.
book, all my other interests are consumed by it, and whatever appetites and capacities I may have had for. in Some Newspapers and Newspaper-men. Oswald Garrison Villard. New York: A. Knopf, Mugar Library PN F “Toward an Understanding of the First Amendment: Boston Newspapers, ″ Gerald J.
Baldasty. Journalism History 3 ():Author: BU Libraries. “Utterly fascinating highly recommended anyone curious about heyday of newspapers.” — Library Book Watch. Listen in as dozens of veteran newspaper men and women share their favorite stories about life on the job at Cleveland’s newspapers during the s, ’60s, and ’70s—when spirited competition between the Cleveland Press and the Plain Dealer made the newspaper business /5(7).
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Oswald Garrison Villard. Some Newspapers and Newspaper-Men. Birthplace: Wiesbaden, Germany Location of death: New York City Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, Sleepy Hol. Father: Henry Villard (journalist and businessman, b. Apr, d. Nov) Mother: Fanny Garrison Wife: Julia Sandford (d.
) Daughter: Dorothy Villard Hammond Son Born: American Wild West Newspapers. The American Wild West, or American frontier, is bursting with folklore and legendary characters, such as Billy The Kid, Buffalo Bill, and Jesse events and people we consider legendary today, such as the gunfight at the O.K.
Corral and Jesse James were not deemed as being significant at the time, and reports are typically small and difficult to find. Instead, Russwurm met Cornish in New York City, and, like the fateful meeting of the newspaper men whom the actors Orson Welles and Joseph Cotton played in Citizen Kane, the rest is history Author: Henry Louis Gates Jr.
One of the epigraphs in the book is from this guy named [Edward] Eulenberg, who coins the great Chicago phrase for all Chicago newspaper men. Edwin Lawrence Godkin (October 2, – ) was an Irish-born American journalist and newspaper editor.
He founded The Nation and was the editor-in Born: October 2,County Wicklow, Ireland. Some newspapers and magazines denounced the practice of lynching Black Americans.
The Chicago Tribune was a pioneer in the anti-lynching effort. Beginning inThe Tribune published a list of lynchings, showing the number of people killed by lynch mobs.
This enormous collection of African American newspapers contains a wealth of information about cultural life and history during the s and is rich with first-hand reports of the major events and issues of the day, including the Mexican War, Presidential and Congressional addresses, Congressional abstracts, business and commodity markets, the humanities, world travel and religion.
The history of American newspapers begins in the early 18th century with the publication of the first colonial newspapers. American newspapers began as modest affairs—a sideline for printers.
They became a political force in the campaign for American ing independence the first amendment to U.S. Constitution guaranteed freedom of the press. Some gems from Chronicling America, a database of historically significant newspapers, which just posted its 10 millionth page.
Walter Walker was a popular and influential man during early ’s Mesa County. He was most famously known for his ownership of the Daily Sentinel newspaper in Grand Junction, Colorado, which he bought in and ran until his death in He was also a huge player in the political scene: a staunch Democratic, he acted as Colorado’s Democratic Party Chairman for two.
The "Baltimore News American" was a major daily newspaper printed under various titles and multiple forms for over years. The highlights of the collection are the over one million photographic print and negative images, dating roughly from toalong with the microfilm reels of newspaper content, covering a view of Baltimore and Maryland from to and to Pete Hamill talks about newspapers, fiction and life with keyboard and pen Pete Hamill has lived the kind of life some author might latch onto down the road as a good blueprint for a script.
So when I consider the dead and dying newspapers of our time, and the post-newspaper world everybody is predicting, I can’t help but think of the. "Utterly fascinating highly recommended anyone curious about heyday of newspapers." -- Library Book Watch Listen in as dozens of veteran newspaper men and women share their favorite stories about life on the job at Cleveland's newspapers during the s, '60s, and '70s--when spirited competition between the Cleveland Press and the Plain Dealer made the newspaper/5.
James Gordon Bennett. The Scottish-born American journalist James Gordon Bennett () developed editorial techniques that promoted readership and freed the press of its need for financial support from political parties and other special-interest groups.
James Gordon Bennett was born near Keith, Banffshire, Scotland, on Sept. 1, The Chester County Times is one of more than 30 newspapers spotlighted in “Blood and Ink: Front Pages From the Civil War” at the Newseum in.
Inwhen Donald Trump took out full-page ads in city newspapers calling for New York State to adopt the death penalty following the arrest of.
There were also a bible and a book of Mormon, which, when dried, will be in a condition to be read, as are also some of the written documents that were resurrected.
There were also found several American coins -- a half-dollar, quarter, dime, two half-dimes and a copper cent; nearly all. "Specifically, we want to restore and retain the values and vision that made America great—limited government under the Constitution, the freedoms our Constitution guarantees and the personal responsibility a free people must exercise to stay free.
In the area of foreign policy, our editorial point of view is based on avoiding foreign entanglements and going to war only when necessary to Author: Marcus Hawkins. “I think I know what military fame is; to be killed on the field of battle and have your name misspelled in the newspapers.” “If I had my choice I would kill every reporter in the world, but I am sure we would be getting reports from Hell before breakfast.” “I hate newspaper men.
Colby and newspaper men Created / Published (Some images display only as thumbnails outside the Library of Congress because of rights considerations, but you have access to larger size images on site.) The pictorial sketch-book of Pennsylvania, or, Its scenery, internal improvements, resources, and agriculture, populary described.
In fact, conservative newspapers, staid business journals, book publishers, and fledgling film- makers alike were swept up in the wild melee that created an overwhelming go-to-war sentiment. Then there was some conversation about the demand now being larger jthan the supply, and the secretary said the newspaper men must have a taste 'of the fish.
The fisheries commissioner thought a while, and discovered that he could find two, of about thirty pounds apiece, and these were ordered sent to the Press club. Friday, June 4, cides Not To rfe*utaia Stenographer Desks Today WASHINGTON, June 4—(AP) — Tile OPA has decided not to legs the drawers in its stenograph- desks after all.
A Six-page. The San Francisco Call from San Francisco, California Page 23 where the Bohemians and actors gather with the newspaper men which illustrates the point to a nicety.
be some changes in. Some newspapers are fit only to line the bottom of bird cages.-Spiro T. Agnew: There was a time when the reader of an unexciting newspaper would remark, 'How dull is the world today!' Nowadays he says, 'What a dull newspaper!'-Daniel J. Boorstin, The Image, We've uncovered some embarrassing ancestors in the not-too-distant past.
Byaccording to the U.S. census, newspapers were being published in editions, 54 of these in New York City. The state's population grew fromin to 4, in Newspaper publishing in New York increased significantly during the first half of the modern wood pulp "brittle paper" era.In some newspapers they had me lost and saved in the same paper.” Mellon’s name was also misspelled in newspapers as Mallen and Mullen.
In The Lady Elgin Disaster, a book written inthere are over names of passengers listed in the appendix. The author cautions though: “There is great difficulty in obtaining the correct names of Author: Bethany Harding.The fact, therefore, that today's Daily Free Press is decidedly short on telegraphic, as well as some other matter, is no exception to the perplexities experienced by newspaper men and we feel sure the public will bear with us a day or two until the 'mercheen' is fairly oiled and put in good running order." Since that time, the 'mercheen' hasn Circulation: 22,