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Dateline: Washington; the story of national affairs journalism in the life and times of the National Press Club. Edited by Cabell Phillips [and others]
Bib ID 787068
Format BookBook
Author
National Press Club (U.S.)
 
Description Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1949 
vii, 307 p. illus., ports. 22 cm. 
Full contents
  • An introductory note, by A. Krock.
  • Prehistory, by D. Aikman.
  • From such a bond, by S. Hart.
  • This is how it used to be, by B. N. Timmons.
  • The placid twenties, by F. Knebel.
  • "We interrupt this program," by T. F. Koop.
  • Moisture, a trace, by H. J. Dodge. "And here we sit today!" By H. Morrow.
  • Tradesmen's entrance, by H. J. Dodge.
  • "Just one more, please," by H. L. Kany and W. C. Bourne.
  • Handouts, by B. Catton.
 
Notes

Written to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the National Press Club.

Subjects Journalism -- Washington (D.C.)
Other authors/contributors Phillips, Cabell B. H. ed

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