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Notes
1.
Independent, 27 June 1895, p. 11.
2.
Lincoln Steffens in Peter Lyons, Success Story: The Life and Times of S. S. McClure ( New York: Scribner's, 1963), p. 268.
3.
McClure's, January 1903, p. 335.

Information Sources

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Filler, Louis. The Muckrakers. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1976.

Lyons, Peter. Success Story: The Life and Times of S. S. McClure. New York: Scribner's, 1963.

McClure, Samuel Sidney. My Autobiography. New York: F. Ungar Publishing Co., 1914.

Tarbell, Ida. All in the Day's Work. New York: Macmillan Co., 1939.

Wilson, Harold S. McClure's Magazine and the Muckrakers. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1970.


INDEX SOURCES

Each volume indexed. Poole's Index ( 1983-1906); Readers' Guide ( 1900-1916); Index to McClure's Magazine, Vols. I-XVIII, 1893-1902 ( New York: S. S. McClure, 1903).


LOCATION SOURCES

Widely available. Available in microform.


Publication History

MAGAZINE TITLE AND TITLE CHANGES

McClure's Magazine, June 1893-June 1928; New McClure's Magazine, July 1928-March 1929.


VOLUME AND ISSUE DATA

Vols. 1-57, June 1893-August 1924; monthly; new series: vol. 1, May-October 1925; vol. 2, November 1925-December 1926; vol. 58-62, January 1927-March 1929.


PUBLISHERS AND PLACE OF PUBLICATION

S. S. McClure Company, New York, 1893-1911 ( McClure and Phillips to 1906, then McClure); McClure Publications ( Frederick Collins, president), 1911-1921; McClure Publishing Company ( Moody Gates, president), 1922-April 1924; McClure Press ( S. S. McClure, owner), May-August 1924; S. S. McClure Company ( S. S. McClure, owner), May 1925-January 1926; International Publishing ( W. R. Hearst, owner), 1926-1928; Magus Publishing Company ( James R. Quirk, president), 1928-1929.


EDITORS

S. S. McClure, June 1898-August 1913, March 1922-January 1926; Cameron Mackenzie, September 1913-April 1915; Frederick L. Collins, May 1915-

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