More Post biographies; articles of enduring interest about famous journalists and journals and other subjects journalistic, edition by John E. Drewry.

Athens, Univ. of Georgia Press [1947] .

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Other Title Saturday evening post.
Other Authors Drewry, John E. 1902-
Subjects Journalism.
Journalists -- United States.
United States.
Description xii, 392 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1947]
Contents Rip-roaring Baillie (Hugh Baillie) / Jack Alexander -- Papa's girl (Helen Bonfil) / Mary Ellen and Mark Murphy -- She didn't write it for the money, she says (Mary Coyle Chase) / Wallis M. Reef -- The Christian Science Monitor / Marquis W. Childs -- Average man's columnist (Raymond Clapper) / Otto Fuerbringer -- How to be a cartoonist (Jay Norwood "Ding" Darling) / Tom Mahoney -- Panhandle puck (Gene Howe) / Jack Alexander -- Up from Akron (John S. Knight) / Jack Alexander -- The Talleyrand of the Times (Arthur Krock) / Matthew Josephson -- Up front with Bill Mauldin (Sgt. William Henry Mauldin) / Frederick C. Painton -- The paper that was tailored to a city (William L. McLean and the Philadelphia Bulletin) / david G. Wittels -- Squire of Washington (Eugene Meyer) / Marquis W. Childs -- Paper dolls / Stanley Frank and Paul Sann -- Pugnacious Pearson (Drew Pearson) / Jack Alexander -- So you want to be a sports editor? /Dan Parker -- Dear Mrs. Post (Emily Post) / Margaret Case Harriman -- The hoosier letter-writer (Ernie Pyle) / Frederick C. Painton -- Queen Helen (Mrs Ogden [Helen Rogers] Reid) / Mona Gardner -- How to get your name in Who's who (Wheeler Sammons) / Henry F. Pringle -- Bible of baseball (Taylor Spink) / Stanley Frank -- 160 miles of words (Walter Yust and The encyclopedia Britannica) / Warner Olivier -- Headlines in celluloid / T.F. Woods.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)332782
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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