American Mass-Market Magazines

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Notes
1.
"The New Leader," New Leader, 19 January 1924 p. 10.
2.
"The New Leader Steps Out," Time, 1 May 1950, pp. 60, 63.
3.
"The New Leader Steps Out," p. 63; Theodore Peterson, Magazines in the Twentieth Century ( Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1964), pp. 428-29; "Samuel M. Levitas," Who Was Who in America, vol. 4: 1961-1968 ( Chicago: Marquis-Who's Who, 1968), p. 570; "S. M. Levitas 1894-1961," New Leader, 9 January 1961, pp. 2-3.
4.
"The New Leader Steps Out," p. 63.
5.
"Influence Before Affluence," Time, 1 March 1963, p. 38;
6.
"Serious But Critical," Commonweal, 8 September 1950, p. 525;
7.
Samuel M. Levitas, RIP, National Review, 14 January 1961, p. 11.
8.
"The New Leader Steps Out," p. 63; "New New Leader," Newsweek, 15 May 1950, p. 64; Peterson, Magazines in the Twentieth Century, pp. 428-29.
9.
"The New Leader Steps Out, " p. 63; " Influence Before Affluence, " pp. 38, 40.
10.
"Influence Before Affluence," p. 38; Kolatch quoted in Anna Quindlen, "New Owners Find Magazines Costly 'Fun,'" New York Times, 21 March 1977, p. 29.
11.
"The New Leader Steps Out, " p. 63; William Katz and Linda S. Katz, Magazines for Libraries, 5th ed. ( New York: R. R. Bowker, 1986), pp. 746-47.

Information Sources

BIBLIOGRAPHY

"Influence Before Affluence." Time, 1 March 1963, pp. 38, 40.

Katz, William, and Linda S. Katz. Magazines for Libraries. 5th ed. New York: R. R. Bowker, 1986, pp. 746-47.

"The New Leader." New Leader, 19 January 1924, p. 10

"The New Leader Steps Out." Time, 1 May 1950, pp. 60, 63.

"New New Leader." Newsweek, 15 May 1950, p. 64.

Peterson, Theodore. Magazines in the Twentieth Century. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1964.

Quindlen, Anna. "New Owners Find Magazines Costly 'Fun.'" New York Times, 21 March 1977, p. 29.

"S. M. Levitas 1894-1961." New Leader, 9 January 1961, pp. 2-3.

"Samuel M. Levitas, RIP." National Review, 14 January 1961, p. 11.

"Serious But Critical," Commonweal, 8 September 1950, p. 525.

Tebbel, John. The American Magazine: A Compact History. New York: Hawthorne Books, 1969.


INDEX SOURCES

By publisher. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature ( 1978-present); Magazine Index ( 1977-present).


LOCATION SOURCES

Stanford University, West Virginia University, many other libraries. Available in microform, limited.

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