American magazine journalists, 1900-1960
The second volume to cover publishers and editors of American magazines in the early 20th-century, DLB Volume 137 traces the shift in magazine publishing from a mass-marketed, nationally circulated medium to a highly targeted, subject-specific medium. Fro
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