A Stephen Crane Encyclopedia

Author: Stanley Wertheim
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313296925
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While Phillips managed the home office, McClure traveled frequently throughout
the United States and across the Atlantic to engage writers. Among those with
whom he contracted were Robert Louis Stevenson, Rudyard Kipling, A. Conan
Doyle, Henry James,* Walt Whitman, and Jack London. At the height of a national
recession, McClure and Phillips founded McClure' 's Magazine, which published
its first issue in June 1893. With its combination of serialized biographies of ...

The 20th Century O Z

Author: Frank N. Magill
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136593624
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volume biography following in 1900, after its serialization in the magazine. Called
to the McClure 's New York staff in 1899 as managing editor, Tarbell joined a
talented group of writers and editors. Although McClure himself was seldom in
the office, his partner, John Phillips, shrewdly managed the publisher's affairs.
Among the writers McClure and Phillips published regularly were Ray Stannard
Baker and William Allen White, both of whom were poised on the brink of fame as

Women In Communication

Author: Nancy Signorielli
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313291647
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Tarbell considered herself an "unusually lucky woman" to be accepted as a
member of McClure' s staff and found the place "so warmly and often ridiculously
human" (Tarbell, 1939, p. 159, 160). A McClure s staffer recalled her obedience
to Sam McClure 's ... and her gender never prevented her success. McClure
recognized Ida's notoriety with the magazine's readers and further exercised Ida's
talents to ensure the magazine's continuing popularity. The Napoleon biography
built an ...

More Than A Muckraker

Author: Robert C. Kochersberger, Jr.
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press
ISBN: 9780870499340
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While Tarbell was in Paris, in spring 1893, she first encountered Samuel S.
McClure. McClure had sought Tarbell out in Paris, because a sample of her
writing convinced him that her abilities could be put to good use on his magazine.
Under an agreement with McClure, Tarbell wrote several articles from Paris for
McClure 's Magazine. In spring 1894, McClure offered Tarbell a salaried, full-time
position. She accepted. Her first major assignment for McClure 's was a
biography of ...

The Montessori Method

Author: Gerald Lee Gutek
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1417503491
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Translated by Anne E. George. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1912. Hunt, J. M. “
Introduction: Revisiting Montessori.” In The Montessori Method, by Maria
Montessori. New York: Schocken Books, 1964. “Information about the Montessori
Method.” McClure 's Magazine 37 (October 1911): 702—4. Itard, Jean Marc
Gaspard. The Wild Boy ofAveyron. New York: McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange,
1962. Justman, Joseph. The Italian People and Their Schools. Tiffin, Ohio: Kappa
Delta Pi, 1958.

Mcclure S Magazine

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McClure's Magazine has been practically a household word in this country ever
since its first number nearly thirty years ago, when it blazed the way for the
modern magazine. What it has accomplished is a prophecy of what it will
accomplish under the able leadership of Mr. McClure and his editorial associates
. Back of them is the splendid Lupton organization, in itself a guarantee of
business success. Mr. McClure has not been associated with McClure 's
Magazine for several years.

The Correspondence Of W E B Du Bois Selections 1877 1934

Author: William Edward Burghardt Du Bois
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 9781558491038
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That Du Bois fought against this kind of attention is apparent from an exchange
between him and S. S. McClure ( 1 857- 1949), publisher of the magazine named
for him which was perhaps the most influential of the muckraking publications. Du
Bois sent McClure' s Magazine an article in response to the invitation in McClure '
s letter of 6 April 1907, but the article was rejected. Atlanta, Ga., March 21, 1907.
My dear Mr. McClure: It does seem to me that a magazine which has stood so ...

The Autobiography Of S S Mcclure

Author: Willa Cather
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803263734
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He is remembered for McClure?s Magazine, which early in the twentieth century published the works of famous authors and social reformers. He was also the mentor of young Willa Cather.

Historical Dictionary Of The Progressive Era

Author: Catherine Cocks
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 081086293X
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He then launched the first newspaper syndicate to provide serialized fiction,
securing fiction from writers such as Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling, and Emile
Zola. In 1892, McClure launched McClure 's Magazine, a mass-circulation
magazine whose combination of first-rate content and low price outclassed the
competition and earned a circulation of 400,000 by 1900. Ida Tarbell established
her reputation with popular biographies of Napoleon and Lincoln syndicated in
McClure 's.

Mcclure S Magazine And The Muckrakers

Author: Harold S. Wilson
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400872308
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This is the story of McClure's lifespan, beginning in Ohio when Samuel McClure gathered around himself a talented group of editors and writers (among them Willa Cather. Frank Norris. Stephen Crane, O. Henry.