Vol. 15

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Vol. 15, Issue 1, Winter 1998

The Press under Pressure: How Georgia’s Newspapers Responded to Civil War Constraints
By Cal M, Logue, Eugene F. Miller and Christopher J. Schroll

Peter W. Alexander: Confederate Chronicler & Conscience
By Ford Risley

George T. Ruby: Reconstruction Politician/Journalist
By Donna L. Dickerson

Window on Washington in 1850: Tracking Newspaper Letter-Writers
By Mark Stegmaier

The Whitechapel Club: Defining Chicago’s Newspapermen in the 1890s
By Alfred Lawrence Lorenz

Great Ideas
Searching For Journalism History in Cyberspace
David T. Z. Mindich

 

Vol. 15, Issue 2, Spring 1998

John Wanamaker’s “Temple of Patriotism” Defines Early 20th Century Advertising and Brochures
By Patricia Bradley

“Gospel of Fearlessness” or “Outright Lies”: A Historical Examination of Magazine Letters to the Editor, 1902-1912 and 1982-1992
By Brian Thornton

Strategic Competition and the Photographer’s Work: Photojournalism in Gannett Newspapers, 1937-1947
By Bonnie Brennen

The American Hero and The Evolution of the Human Interest Story
By Betty Houchin Winfield and Janice Hume

Great Ideas
Extra! Extra! Pennsylvania’s Tim Hughes Offers Old and Rare Newspapers for Sale
By Michael R. Smith

 

Vol. 15, Issue 3, Summer 1998

A Collective Biography of Editors of U.S. Workers’ Papers: 1913 & 1925
By Jon Bekken

Constructing History: Artists, Urban Culture and the Image of Newspapers in 1930s America
By Hanno Hardt

Bringing Down Giants: Thomas Nast, John Wilson Bengough
and the Maturing of Political Cartooning
By David R. Spencer

Stories of Quitting: Why Did Women Journalists Leave the Newsroom?
By Linda Steiner

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Vol. 15, Issue 4, Fall 1998

From Ridicule to Respect: Newspapers’ Reaction To Television, 1948-1960
By David R. Davies

Virginias Dabney and Lenoir Chambers: Two Southern Liberal Newspaper Editors Face Virginias Massive Resistance to Public School Integration
By Alex Leidholdt

How World Vision Rose From Obscurity To Prominence: Television Fundraising, 1972-1982
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Selling Cable Television in the 1970s and 1980s: Social Dreams and Business Schemes
By William J. Leonhirth

The Press Held Hostage: Terrorism in a Small North Carolina Town
By Oscar Patterson III

Great Ideas
What’s Mock News? A Case Study of Dino Times and NYTWNews
By John Osburn