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Cooperman, Gary S. "A historical study of Look magazine and its concept of photojournalism." Thesis (M.A.), University of Missouri--Columbia, 1966.
Cowles, Gardner. Mike Looks Back : the Memoirs of Gardner Cowles, Founder of Look Magazine. New York : G. Cowles, 1985. LC Call number: PN4874.C76 A35 1985 [view catalog record]
Lively memoir with discussion of Look's early years and the individuals who influenced the magazine's editorial style.
Cowles Communications. Records of the Look years. New York: Cowles Communications, 1973? LC Call number: PN4900.L6 C6 1973 [view catalog record]
Kozol, Wendy. Life's America: Family and Nation in Postwar Photojournalism. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1994. LC Call number: TR820.K68 1994 [view catalog record]
Touches briefly on Look and its circulation statistics, in the context of discussing the development of American picture magazines.
Leonard, George Burr. Walking on the Edge of the World. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1988. LC Call number: PN4874.L37 A3 1988 [view catalog record]
Memoir by a Look editor.
"Look Magazine Photograph Collection" in American Women: A Gateway to Library of Congress Resources for the Study of Women's History and Culture in the United States: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/awhhtml/awpnp6/look_coll.html.
George Eastman House. Arthur Rothstein: 200 photographs. [A George Eastman House exhibition, organized with the cooperation of Look magazine]. Rochester, N.Y: 1956.
"Rushes." Sight & Sound 11 (Feb 2001): 4.
Includes discussion of Stanley Kubrick's photos from his time as a photographer for Look magazine. (Not examined.)
Schonauer, David. "Lost Shots." American Photo 10 (Nov./Dec. 1999): 20.
Obituary of Look photographer Stanley Tretick and discussion of the fate of photographs he took of President John F. Kennedy. (Not examined.)
Rothstein, Arther. "Look magazine's quick course in photography." Popular Photography 40 (March 1957): 36-9. LC Call number: TR1.P8845
Rothstein gives tips about equipment and common photographic blunders from the point of view of his position as Technical Director of Photography at Look.
Rothstein, Arthur. Photojournalism: pictures for magazines and newspapers. New York: American Photographic Book Pub. Co., 1956. LC Call number: PN4784.P5 R6 [P&P - FSA]
Rothstein, Arthur. "When Look magazine photographers take a trip." U.S. Camera 31 (May 1968):16- .
Theisen, Earl. Making your pictures interesting. Chicago: Ziff-Davis Pub. Co, 1947. LC Call number: TR680.T48 [view catalog record]
Thiesen's tips for successful photography, with comments about photographers' practices in shooting stories for Look.
American Heritage Foundation, and LOOK magazine. Our American heritage: documents of freedom. The Foundation, 1947. Call number: JK11 1947.L6 [view catalog record]
Apollo 8, voyage to the moon : the dramatic story of man's greatest adventure. New York: Cowles Communications, 1969.
Apollo 11: on the moon. New York: Cowles Communications, 1969.
The Blacks & the whites. Des Moines: Look, 1969.
The coming of Christ : the inspiring story of the prophecy, birth and message of Jesus Christ as seen through the eyes of the great masters and told in the words of the Old and New Testaments. New York; Garden City, N.Y: Cowles Magazine and Broadcasting, Inc; Distribution by Doubleday, 1963. LC Call number: N8050.L6 [view catalog record]
Cowles Magazines, Inc. Welcome to Look. Des Moines, Iowa: Cowles Magazines, Inc, 1958.
A guide to the religions of America; the famous Look magazine series on religion, plus facts, figures, tables, charts, articles, and comprehensive reference material on churches and religious groups in the United States. Edited by Leo Rosten. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1955. LC Call number: BR516 .L77. [view catalog record]
Hamilton, Edward A., and Look. Our land, our people; people in pictures from Look magazine. Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall, 1958. LC Call number: E169.L844. [view catalog record]
157 Look photographs selected in connection with a traveling exhibit, "Look at America," produced cooperatively by the American Federation of Arts and Look.
How to keep your family healthy. From the pages of Look magazine--twenty authoritative articles on health and home safety which will help you live longer and enjoy it. New York: Franklin Watts, inc, 1946. LC Call number: RC87 .L77. [view catalog record]
JFK memorial book. New York: Cowles Magazine and Broadcasting, Inc, 1964. LC Call number: E842 .L59. [view catalog record]
Johnson, Gerald W. Woodrow Wilson, the unforgettable figure who has returned to haunt us. New York: London, Harper & Brothers, 1944. LC Call number: E767.J7. [view catalog record]
Look at America. By the editors of Look. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., [1946-48]. LC Call number: E169.L84 [view catalog record]
The Look Book. Edited by Leo Calvin Rosten. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1975. LC Call number: AC5.L84 [P&P] [view catalog record]
Reproduces hundreds of photos from Look, focusing especially on celebrity and fashion photos. (Note: The handwritten numbers under images in P&P's copy of this book have been crossed out as they are no longer accurate.)
Looking over your shoulder: cartoons from Look magazine. Selected by Look's Editorial Board ; compiled by humor editor Gurney Williams. New York: Dutton, 1965. LC Call number: NC1428.L59. [view catalog record]
Manchester, William R. The death of a President, November 20-November 25, 1963. New York: Harper & Row, 1967. LC Call number: E842.9.M28 1967 [view catalog record]
Mich, Daniel D., and Eberman, Edwin. The technique of the picture story. New York: London, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1945. LC Call number: PN4784.P5M5 [view catalog record]
Discussion of qualities of successful picture stories, with examples drawn from Look. Based on a series of lectures given in 1944 at the Washington Square Writing Center.
My favorite war story. Compiled by the editors of Look. New York: London, Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc, 1945. LC Call number: D811.5.L58. [view catalog record]
National Municipal League. All-America cities: Look Magazine and the National Municipal League present for 1968. Look, 1969.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Parenthood, U.S.A., reprinted from a series of picture articles originally published by Look magazine. New York: Planned Parenthood Federation of America, 1942.
Red Russia after 50 years. By the editors of Look magazine. New York: Cowles Education Corp, 1968. LC Call number: No holdings information [view catalog record]
Rosten, Leo C. They made our world: a selection from the Look magazine series. New York: Cowles Communications, 1965.
Spence, Hartzell. The story of America's religions. Published in co-operation with the editors of Look magazine. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1960. LC Call number: BR516.5 .S7 1960 [view catalog record].
Suburbia; the good life in our exploding utopia. By the editors of Look magazine. New York: Cowles Education Corp, 1968. LC Call number: HT351 .S9. [view catalog record]
Alfred Politz Research, Inc. The audiences of nine magazines, their size and characteristics: Collier's, Life, Look, Saturday evening post, Better homes & gardens, Good housekeeping, Ladies' home journal, McCall's, Woman's home companion. New York: 1955.
Alfred Politz Research, Inc, Alfred Politz Research, Inc, and Audiences of nine magazines, 1958. Audiences reached through magazine combinations, 1958: Life, Look, Saturday evening post, Time, Better homes & gardens, Good housekeeping, Ladies' home journal, McCall's, Reader's digest. New York: 1958.
Alfred Politz Research, Inc. Survey of U.S. markets, 1956; a national survey sponsored by Look Magazine. New York: 1956.
American Institute of Public Opinion. How America feels as we enter the sixties, a national study conducted by George Gallup's Institute of Public Opinion for Look Magazine. New York: 1961.
American Institute of Public Opinion. The mood of America, 1965; a national study. New York: Cowles Magazine and Broadcasting, 1965.
Crossley, Inc, and Look. National study of magazine audience 1952, report. N.Y: Cowles Magazine, Inc, 1952.
Crossley, Inc. National study of magazine audiences, 1952; nine magazines, conducted for Look Magazine. Working manual. New York: Cowles, 1952.
Look audience, 1962 : a national study. United States: Cowles Magazines and Broadcasting, 1962.