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American History Research Guide: Journalism and Media (see also Print Culture and History of the Book)

Journalism and Media

The ABC-CLIO Companion to the Media in America
Alexander Reference: P92.U5H58 1995

American Magazine Journalists, 1850-1900
Alexander, Carr, and Camden Reference: PS88.D57 v.79
Dana Reference: PN4871.A474 1989

American Magazine Journalists, 1900-1960, First Series
Alexander, Camden, and Carr Reference: PS88.D57 v.91
Dana Reference: PN4871.A475 1990

American Magazine Journalists, 1900-1960, Second Series
Alexander and Camden Reference: PS88.D57 v.137
Dana Reference: PN4871.A476 1994

The American Radical Press, 1880-1960 (2 vols.)
Alexander and Dana (Newark) Reference: HX1.A49
Camden and Douglass Stacks: HX1.A49
Carr Stacks and Reference: HX1.A49

American Women's Magazines: An Annotated Historical Guide
Douglass and Carr Reference: PN4879.H96 1989

Biographical Dictionary of American Journalism
Alexander, Carr and Dana (Newark) Reference: PN4871.B56 1989

History of the Mass Media in the United States: An Encyclopedia
Alexander and Camden Reference: P92.U5H55 1998

Mass Media: A Chronological Encyclopedia of Television, Radio, Motion Pictures, Magazines, Newspapers, and Books in the United States
Carr, and Dana (Newark) Reference: P92.U5H77 1987
Alexander and Douglass Stacks: P92.U5H77 1987

Sources on the History of Women's Magazines, 1792-1960: An Annotated Bibliography
Douglass Reference: PN4879.Z83 1991

The Television Industry: A Historical Dictionary
Alexander Reference: PN1992.3.U5S57 1991

Untapped Sources: America's Newspaper Archives and Histories
Alexander and Camden Reference: PN4855.V3 1991

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