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    Atlantic monthly : selected article from 1927. Vol. 140, No. 6: 721-29 (Dec) Available as facsimile page image(s). Well-established journal of commentary, literary reviews, and creative writing. Includes advertisements. 11
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    Atlantic monthly : selected article from 1924. Vol. 134, No. 5: 577-88 (Nov) Available as facsimile page image(s). Well-established journal of commentary, literary reviews, and creative writing. Includes advertisements. 14
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    Atlantic monthly : selected article from 1928. Vol. 141, No. 3: 334-37 (Mar) Available as facsimile page image(s). Well-established journal of commentary, literary reviews, and creative writing. Includes advertisements. 5
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    The forum : selected article from 1924. Vol. 72, No. 3: 390-95 (Sept) Available as facsimile page image(s). This journal of opinion often casts its major articles in the form of debates, presenting arguments on opposing sides of an issue. The Forum carries essays, fiction, poetry and advertisements in a format which changes considerably at the end of the decade. Its contributors range from Havelock Ellis to Edward Bernays, Thomas Edison, ...
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    The forum : selected articles from 1927. Vol. 77, No. 1: 10-21, 30-40 (Jan) Available as facsimile page image(s). This journal of opinion often casts its major articles in the form of debates, presenting arguments on opposing sides of an issue. The Forum carries essays, fiction, poetry and advertisements in a format which changes considerably at the end of the decade. Its contributors range from Havelock Ellis to Edward Bernays, Thomas ...
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    The forum : selected articles from 1928. Vol. 79, No. 1: 22-45 (Jan) Available as facsimile page image(s). This journal of opinion often casts its major articles in the form of debates, presenting arguments on opposing sides of an issue. The Forum carries essays, fiction, poetry and advertisements in a format which changes considerably at the end of the decade. Its contributors range from Havelock Ellis to Edward Bernays, Thomas Edison, ...
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    The forum : selected articles from 1929. Vol. 81, Nos. 3: 169-71 (Mar), 4: 214-16(Apr); Vol. 82, Nos. 1: 36-47, XXV, XXXVI, XXXVIII, XL (July), 2: 76-81 (Aug) Available as facsimile page image(s). This journal of opinion often casts its major articles in the form of debates, presenting arguments on opposing sides of an issue. The Forum carries essays, fiction, poetry and advertisements in a format which changes considerably at the ...
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    The forum : selected article from 1923. Vol. 70, No. 5: 2132-37 (Nov) Available as facsimile page image(s). This journal of opinion often casts its major articles in the form of debates, presenting arguments on opposing sides of an issue. The Forum carries essays, fiction, poetry and advertisements in a format which changes considerably at the end of the decade. Its contributors range from Havelock Ellis to Edward Bernays, Thomas Edison, ...
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    The independent : selected editorials from 1928. Vol. 120, No. 4060: 265-67 (Mar) Available as facsimile page image(s). Journal of opinion edited by R. E. Danielson and C. A. Herter. Includes advertisements. 3
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    The nation : selected article from 1927. Vol. 124, No. 3215: 168 (Feb 16) Available as facsimile page image(s). Journal of commentary, literary reviews, and creative writing founded in 1845 and edited, during this era, by Oswald Garrison Villard. Associate editors include Joseph Wood Krutch and Lewis H. Gannett. Contributing editors include Norman Thomas, Carl Van Doren, and H.L. Mencken. Mark Van Doren serves as the literary editor. 2
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    The nation : selected articles from 1929. Vol. 128, Nos. 3320: 225 (Feb 20), 3322: 269, 278-79 (Mar 6) Available as facsimile page image(s). Journal of commentary, literary reviews, and creative writing founded in 1845 and edited, during this era, by Oswald Garrison Villard. Associate editors include Joseph Wood Krutch and Lewis H. Gannett. Contributing editors include Norman Thomas, Carl Van Doren, and H.L. Mencken. Mark Van Doren serves as the ...
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    The new republic : selected articles from 1928. Vol. 53, No. 688: 307, 316-18, 320 (Feb 8) Available as facsimile page image(s). One of the contributing editors to this journal of opinion is Leo Wolman, the economist and statistician who authored the chapters on labor in both Recent Economic Changes and Recent Social Trends. Some other editors or contributing editors include Jane Addams, John Dewey, Waldo Frank, Edmund Wilson, Gilbert Seldes, Lewis ...
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    The outlook : selected article from 1928. Vol. 148, No. 16: 616-19 (Apr 18) Available as facsimile page image(s). A journal of opinion and literature edited by Ernest Hailin Abbott. 5
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    The villager : selected issue from 1923. Vol. 7, No. 324: 45-48 (Dec 22) Available as facsimile page image(s). The "village" referred to in the title of this journal is Katonah, New York, a Westchester county suburb of New York City where Strauss lived and maintained his editorial office. Strauss also published essays in The Atlantic Monthly on consumerism (November 1924) and leisure (December 1927). These are both included in this ...
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    The villager : selected articles from 1924. Vol. 7, Nos. 345: 131 (May 17), 359: 185-87 (Aug 23), 374: 37-39 (Dec 6), 375: 41-42 (Dec 13) Available as facsimile page image(s). The "village" referred to in the title of this journal is Katonah, New York, a Westchester county suburb of New York City where Strauss lived and maintained his editorial office. Strauss also published essays in The Atlantic Monthly on consumerism ...
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    The villager : selected articles from 1925. Vol. 8, Nos. 387: 89 (Mar 7), 389: 98-100 (Mar 21), 395: 122-24 (May 2) Available as facsimile page image(s). The "village" referred to in the title of this journal is Katonah, New York, a Westchester county suburb of New York City where Strauss lived and maintained his editorial office. Strauss also published essays in The Atlantic Monthly on consumerism (November, 1924) and leisure ...
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    Edward L. Bernays Papers. Typescript on Art in the Fashion Industry, 1923-1927: Cheney Brothers. This carbon copy, undated, with some handwritten corrections, details Bernays's publicity efforts on behalf of clients in the fashion industry, spearheaded by the growing Art-in-Industry Movement. The material appeared in more condensed form in Bernays's memoir, The Biography of An Idea (1965). Bernays persuaded the textile and fashion industries to incorporate artistic considerations and even works by artists like Georgia O'Keefe and Marc Chagall ...
    • Contributor: Bernays, Edward L.
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    Edward L. Bernays Papers. Typescript on Public Relations Work and Politics, 1924: Breakfast with Coolidge. Carbon-copy typescript, in gray binder, detailing Bernays's publicity campaign, on the eve of the 1924 presidential election, to humanize Coolidge's image by bringing a host of high-spirited actors and actresses to breakfast with him at the White House. The typescript includes the words to the campaign song "Keep Coolidge," which Al Jolson, one of the visiting actors, led all the guests in singing after ...
    • Contributor: Bernays, Edward L.
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    Edward L. Bernays Papers. Typescripts on Boston Department Store Magnate: Edward A. Filene. A typescript of Bernays's remembrances of Edward A. Filene, the Boston department store magnate. Topics include impressions of Filene, public-relations strategies, education, and the formation of the Institute for Propaganda Analysis and Consumer's Research. People mentioned are th author Lincoln Stephens, the businessman Robert Moore, and the psychiatrist Alfred Adler. Selections reproduced as facsimile page images: 24 pages. 00018
    • Contributor: Bernays, Edward L.
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    Edward L. Bernays Papers. Typescripts on Publicizing the Physical Culture Industry, 1927: Bernarr Macfadden. Carbon-copy typescript, in gray binder, detailing Bernays's public relations efforts on behalf of True Stories and Your Car publisher Bernarr Macfadden, and the physical-culture and health-foods movements that he pioneered. The material was published in somewhat condensed form in Bernays's memoir, The Biography of An Idea (1965). The typescript is preceded by a handwritten note advising revision, from someone named Rob to whom Bernays ...
    • Contributor: Bernays, Edward L.
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    Edward L. Bernays Papers. Typescript on the Importance of Samuel Strauss: 1924 - Private Life. Carbon-copy, unbound typescript discussing the influence Samuel Strauss exerted on Bernays's life through the essay "Things are in the Saddle," published in the November 1924 issue of the Atlantic Monthly. Bernays's discussion of the Strauss essay suggests that Strauss's critique of 1920s consumerism had roots in the writings of the nineteenth-century American transcendentalist Ralph Waldo Emerson. The essay title "Things Are in the Saddle" ...
    • Contributor: Bernays, Edward L.
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    Edward L. Bernays Papers. Typescript on Publicizing the Fashion Industry, 1925-1927: Hats and Stockings. Original typescript, in gray binder, presenting Bernays's public-relations campaigns on behalf of the millinery and hosiery industries. No date is given for the essay, though it is probably 1961-62, like other drafts of material that was eventually condensed as part of Bernays's memoir, The Biography of An Idea (1965). The period of time covered in the fashion essay is 1925 to 1927. The essay ...
    • Contributor: Bernays, Edward L.
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    Edward L. Bernays Papers. Typescript on Publicizing the New Dodge Cars, 1927-1928: "Two Sixes." This unbound, corrected, typescript carbon-copy presents material on Bernays's radio campaigns publicizing the new "Victory" 6-cylinder cars made by Dodge Brothers, Inc. The material was used in condensed form in The Biography of An Idea: Memoirs of Public Relations Counsel Edward L. Bernays (1965). The typescript begins with a portrait of what automobile tycoons' money did for Detroit and its suburbs. It is also ...
    • Contributor: Bernays, Edward L.
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    Stuart Chase Papers. First Aid to Consumers, Renamed Your Money's Worth. A May 24, 1927, contract sets out the terms of the agreement between the Macmillan Company and authors Stuart Chase and Frederick John Schlink for publication of First Aid to Consumers, to be published under the title Your Money's Worth, which is to be distributed in quantity through the Book-of-the-Month Club "at less than the regular wholesale price." An April 29, 1927, letter from ...