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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 17. Later National Literature, Part II.


XX. Newspapers Since 1860.

Bibliography.


[See, also, Bibliography to Book III, Chap. XIX.]

HISTORICAL AND CRITICIAL

Allsopp, Fred W. Twenty Years in a Newspaper Office. Little Rock, 1907.
Bleyer, W. G. The Profession of Journalism. Boston [1908].
The Boston Herald; its History. Boston, 1878.
Bullard, F. L. Famous War Correspondents. Boston, 1914.
Ĉapek, T. Padesát let Ĉeského Tisku v Americe … 1911.
Cary, E. George William Curtis. Boston, 1894.
Childs, G. W. Recollections. Philadelphia, 1890.
[Countryman, W. A.] Printing and Publishing. In Census of Manufactures; 1914. Washington, 1918.
Cunliffe, J. W., and Lomer, G. R. Writing of Today. 1915.
Dana, C. A. The Art of Newspaper Making. 1895.
Davis, H. R. Half a Century with the Providence Journal. 1904.
Diesirud, J. Den Norske Presse i Amerika. [Kristiania, 1912.]
Fenton, F. The Influence of Newspaper Presentation upon the Growth of Crime and other Anti-Social Activity. Chicago [1911.]
Fleming, H. E. Magazines of a Market Metropolis. Chicago, 1906.
[Forney, J. W.] Forty Years of American Journalism. Philadelphia, 1877.
Garrison, W. P. Letters and Memorials. Cambridge, 1908.
Harper, J. H. The House of Harper. 1912.
Harris, J. C. Life of Henry W. Grady. [1890.]
Heaton, J. L. The Story of a Page. 1913.
Hill, A. F. Secrets of the Sanctum. Philadelphia, 1875.
Holman, A. Harvey W. Scott. Oregon Historical Quarterly, 1913.
Holmes, J. H. Freedom of Speech and of the Press. New York and Washington, 1918.
Holt, Hamilton. Commercialism and Journalism. Boston, 1909.
Howard, H. W. B. Record of the Progress of the Brooklyn Eagle. Brooklyn, 1893.
Hudson, W. C. Random Recollections of an Old Political Reporter. 1911.
Ireland, A. Joseph Pulitzer; Reminiscences of a Secretary. 1914.
Irwin, Will. The American Newspaper. Collier’s Weekly, 1910.
Leach, F. A. Recollections of a Newspaperman. San Francisco, 1917.
Lewinson, M., and Hough, H. B. A History of the Services Rendered to the Public by the American Press during the Year 1917. 1918.
Lippman, W. Liberty and the News. 1920.
McCall, S. W. The Newspaper Press. [Boston, 1904.]
McClure, S. S. My Autobiography. [1904.]
McKenzie, R. M. Washington Correspondents Past and Present. [1903.]
[Mix, J. B.] The Biter Bit; or the Robert Macaire of Journalism. Being a Narrative of some of the Blackmailing Operations of Charles A. Dana’s Sun. Washington, 1870.
Nelson, W. Notes Towards a History of the American Newspaper. 1918.
Nelson, William Rockhill; the Story of a Man, a Newspaper, and a City. Cambridge, 1915.
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung’s Sixty-five years of Progress, An Epitome of. (1899.)
The New York Tribune. A Sketch of its History. 1883.
O'Brien, F. M. The Story of the Sun. [1918.]
Ogden, R. Life and Letters of Edwin Lawrence Godkin. 1907.
O'Laughlin, J. C. The Relation of Press and Correspondents to the Navy before and during War. Washington, 1913.
Paine, A. B. The Bread Line. 1900. Thomas Nast, His Period and His Pictures. [1904.]
Payne, G. H. History of Journalism in the United States. 1920.
Pollak, G. Fifty Years of American Idealism; The New York Nation 1865–1915. Boston, 1915.
Power and Tyranny of the Associated Press. n. p. 1873.
The Proper Relation between the Army and the Press in War. Washington, 1916.
Putnam, G. H. The Question of Copyright. 1891.
Ralph, J. The Making of a Journalist. 1905.
Randall, J. G. The Newspaper Problem in its Bearing upon Military Secrecy during the Civil War. American Historical Review, Jan., 1918.
Reedy, W. M. The Myth of a Free Press. St. Louis, 1908.
Reid, W. American and English Studies. 1913. Some Newspaper Tendencies. 1879.
Richardson, F. A. Recollections of a Washington Newspaper Correspondent. Columbia Historical Society Records, Washington, 1903.
Robinson, W. S. "Warrington" Pen Portraits. Boston, 1877.
Rogers, J. E. The American Newspaper. Chicago, 1909.
Phillips, M. The Making of a Newspaper. 1893.
Rowell, G. P. Centennial Newspaper Exhibition, 1876. 1876.
Russell, W. H. My Diary North and South. 1863.
Salisbury, W. The Career of a Journalist. 1908.
The San Francisco Chronicle and its History. San Francisco, 1879.
Schroeder, T. A. Free Speech for Radicals. Riverside, 1916.
Severance, F. H. Contributions towards a Bibliography of Buffalo and the Niagara Region. The Periodical Press of Buffalo, 1811–1915. Buffalo Historical Society Publications, 1915.
Sherover, M. Fakes in American Journalism. Buffalo [1914.]
Sinclair, U. The Brass Check; a Study of American Journalism. Pasadena, 1920.
M. E. S. His Book. A Tribute and a Souvenir of the Twenty Years, 1893–1918, of the Service of Melville E. Stone as General Manager of the Associated Press. 1918.
Thorpe, M. The Coming Newspaper. 1915.
Tilton, T. Sanctum Sanctorum, or Proof Sheets from an Editor’s Table. 1870.
Varigny, C. C. de. Les Etats-Unis, Esquisses Historiques. Paris [1892.]
Wade, M. H. Pilgrims of Today. Boston, 1916.
Warner, C. D. The American Newspaper. Boston, 1881.
Washburn, S. The Cable Game. Boston, 1912.
Watterson, H. “Marse Henry”; An Autobiography. 1919. 2 vols.
Wieder, C. Daily Newspapers in the United States. 1916.
Wilcox, D. F. The American Newspaper; a Study in Social Psychology. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Philadelphia, 1900.
Wilkie, F. B. Personal Reminiscences of Thirty-Five Years of Journalism. Chicago [1891.]
Wilson, J. H. The Life of Charles A. Dana. 1907.
Winans, W. H. Reminiscences and Experiences in the Life of an Editor. Newark, 1875.
Winter, W. The Press and the Stage. 1889.
Wittke, Carl. Ohio’s German-Language Press and the War. Ohio Archæological and Historical Quarterly, 1919.
Wood, H. A. W. Money Hunger, 1908.
Young, J. R. Men and Memories. [1901.]

DIRECTORIES AND ANNUALS

Ayer. N. W. Ayer & Son’s American Newspaper Annual and Directory. Philadelphia 1880——. Ayer & Son’s Manual for Advertisers…. Philadelphia, 1879.
Batten. Directory of the Religious Press of the United States. Third Edition. 1897.
Coe, Wetherill & Co. The Advertisers’ Index, containing … a complete Record of all the Newspapers and Periodicals in the Southern States. Philadelphia, 1870.
Rowell. G. P. Rowell & Co.’s American Newspaper Directory. 1869–1908. The Class Newspapers of America. 1875. Leading Newspapers. [1902.]
Lord & Thomas. Pocket Directory of the American Press. Chicago, v.d.
Pettingill. S. M. Pettingill & Co.’s Catalogue of the Newspapers filed at the Centennial Exhibition. Philadelphia and New York, 1876. National Newspaper Directory and Gazetteer. Boston, 1892, 1894.
Remington. Remington Brothers’ Newspaper Manual. 1892.
Tobias. Tobias Brothers’ German Newspaper Directory, Containing a … list of all German Newspapers published in the United States, Territories, and Dominion of Canada … also separate list of Religious Papers.

JOURNALISTIC PERIODICALS

The American Journalist. Philadelphia, 1872–77.
American Newspaper Reporter and Printers Gazette. 1871.
The Editor and Publisher. 1901——.
The Fourth Estate. 1894——.
The Journalist. 1884–1907.
The National Printer-Journalist. 1883——. Chicago.
Newspaperdom. 1892——.
Printers’ Ink. 1889——.



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