Trade, Industrial, and Professional Periodicals of the United States

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TRADE, INDUSTRIAL, AND PROFESSIONAL PERIODICALS OF THE UNITED STATES

Edited by
Kathleen L. Endres

Historical Guides to the World's Periodicals and Newspapers

Greenwood Press
Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles In Historical Guides to the World's Periodicals and Newspapers ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction: A Glimpse Into The Specialized Business Press vii
  • A 1
  • Aba Journal, the Lawyer's Magazine 1
  • B 83
  • Builder 92
  • Builder 104
  • Builder 104
  • Chain Store Age Executive 108
  • Chemical & Engineering News 118
  • Chapter 18- Chemical Engineering 126
  • The Chronicle of Higher Education 135
  • Contemporary Pediatrics 149
  • Builder 154
  • Builder 154
  • Builder 158
  • Builder 158
  • Electronic Media 164
  • Environmental Protection 173
  • F 177
  • Farm Journal 177
  • G 200
  • Genetic Engineering News 200
  • H 205
  • Hardware Age 205
  • Builder 217
  • Builder 217
  • Inside Media 227
  • Institutional Investor 233
  • Builder 243
  • Builder 243
  • M 252
  • Medical Economics 252
  • Modern Materials Handling 258
  • Builder 265
  • Builder 265
  • Nursing93 276
  • Builder 282
  • Oil & Gas Journal 289
  • Builder 300
  • Builder 300
  • Progressive Architecture 325
  • Builder 334
  • Progressive Farmer 335
  • The Progressive Grocer 339
  • R 362
  • Recycling Today 368
  • Restaurants & Institutions 374
  • Rn 381
  • S 389
  • Successful Farming 389
  • Recycling Today 393
  • Recycling Today 393
  • Travel Agent 402
  • Recycling Today 407
  • V 412
  • Veterinary Economics 426
  • Video Systems 435
  • Veterinary Economics 442
  • Veterinary Economics 442
  • Appendix: Chronology 451
  • Bibliography 455
  • Index 457
  • About the Contributors 465
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