Cover: A History of American Magazines, Volume V: 1905–1930 in HARDCOVER

A History of American Magazines, Volume V: 1905–1930

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HARDCOVER

$155.50 • £124.95 • €140.00

ISBN 9780674395541

Publication Date: 01/01/1968

Short

616 pages

6 x 9 inches

35 halftones; 7 line illustrations

Belknap Press

A History of American Magazines

World

  • Foreword by Howard Mumford Jones
  • Editorial Note by Mildred Mott Wedel
  • Sketches of Magazines
  • 1. The American Mercury
  • 2. Appleton’s Booklovers Magazine
  • 3. Better Homes and Gardens
  • 4. Current History
  • 5. Editor & Publisher
  • 6. Everybody’s Magazine
  • 7. The Freeman
  • 8. The Fugitive
  • 9. The Golden Book Magazine
  • 10. Good Housekeeping
  • 11. Hampton’s Broadway Magazine
  • 12. House Beautiful
  • 13. The Little Review (Portion by John T. Frederick, 172–178)
  • 14. The Midland
  • 15. The New Republic
  • 16. Poetry (Portion by John T. Frederick, 231–235)
  • 17. The Smart Set
  • 18. The South Atlantic Quarterly
  • 19. Success
  • 20. Time
  • 21. The Yale Review
  • Unfinished Story; or, The Man in the Carrel (Mott’s account of A History of American Magazines)
  • Bibliography of Mott’s Writings on American Magazines
  • Index to the Five Volumes

Awards & Accolades

  • 1958 Bancroft Prize, Columbia University
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