Home Town News: William Allen White and the Emporia Gazette

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Index
Adams, Franklin P., 238
Adams, Samuel Hopkins, 83
Addams, Jane, 146, 224
Advertising: agencies, 79, 82, 193-94, 213- 14; and patent medicines, 79-80, 82-85; claims in, 79-80, 83, 84, 86, 192-93, 214- 15; cooperation in, 89, 194-95; directories, 81; effect on Gazette's contents, 86-87, 213, 215-17; effect on newspaper business, 5, 7, 63, 67, 78, 90-91, 134, 193-96, 215- 17; in nineteenth century, 20, 79, 87-88; local advertising, 87-91, 192-93, 213-14; national, 67, 78-87, 192-96, 213-17; White on, 160-61, 231-32
Agora, 27
Albaugh, Mortimer, 53, 112
Alger, Horatio, 3, 241
Allen, Henry, 29, 112, 188, 209, 227, 234
Allen Journal, 56, 58
Allen Tidings, 35
American Farmer, 78
American Magazine, 149, 179, 190, 201, 233
American Medical Association, 122
American Press Association, 25, 76
Americus Greeting, 58
Anderson, Sherwood, 151
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Union, 77
Arbuckle's Coffee, 86
Argo Corn Starch, 213
Armour & Company, 54, 192, 194, 206
Artcraft Pictures Corporation, 193
Associated Press: Gazette joins, 77, 86, 90, 179; news in Gazette, 172, 202, 215, 217- 19, 235; progressive attack on, 190; White writes for, 21, 117
Association of American Advertisers, 81
Association of National Advertisers, 195
AtchisonChampion, 90
AtchisonGlobe, 19, 94
Atchison Corn Festival, 52, 56, 58
Atherton, Lewis, 6
Atlantic Monthly, 19, 50, 147, 148, 149, 240
Audit Bureau of Circulations, 81
Austin, Mae, 84, 89, 111
Autobiography of William Allen White, The: on Emporia during World War I, 187; on the Gazette, 29-30, 43-44, 213; on the Meffert controversy, 101-2, 104; on White's childhood, 17, 19, 30; On White's conversion to progressivism, 108-9, 262 n49; quoted, 9, 43, 61, 94, 99, 103, 104, 105, 155, 223, 225-26, 239
Automobiles, 213, 214, 216
Avery, Ralph, 173
Baby Bonds, 204, 209
Bailey, Willis J., 102-3, 105
Baker, Maude, 60
Baker, Ray Stannard, 55, 141
Ballweg, Carl, 135, 208
Ballweg, Maggie Byrnes, 76, 168
Bara, Theda, 193
Barclay, John, 156
Baruch, Bernard, 205
Beach, Frank, 236
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 238
Belgian Relief Committee, 201-2
Bell Telephone, 131
Bender, Thomas, 8
Benedict, Mr., 170
Bennett, Arnold, 236
Black, W. J., 52, 57
Blacks, in Emporia, 60, 175-77
Boardinghouses, in Emporia, 123-24
Bok, Edward, 142
Bontecou, G. I., 135
Boorstin, Daniel, 6
Boosterism: and free speech, 178, 228; and news in the Gazette, 76, 160, 175-77; and progressivism, 130-32, 139, 146-51, 153, 157-58; business in, 6, 37-38, 40, 115, 136-37; businessmen in, 6-7, 54, 62, 114, 116, 143, 175, 180; definition of, 6-7, 143-47, 245 n9; family in, 120; in nineteenth century, 39-40, 52-63, 115-19; in twenties, 231-33, 234; in "What's the Matter with Kansas?" 47-49; in World War I, 187, 202-5, 207; in YMCA drive, 196, 197, 198-99. See also Harmony; Interdependence; Loyalty; Morality; Railroads; Reciprocity
Borah, William E., 108, 189

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 3
  • Part I - The New Man 11
  • 1 - The Education of a Somebody"" 13
  • 2 - The New Editor 32
  • Part II - The Old Order Changeth 65
  • 3 - A Practical Printer 67
  • 4 - The Making of a Progressive 92
  • 5 - Booster Progressivism 113
  • 6 - Spokesman for Community 139
  • 7 - Community Journalism 159
  • Part III - Nationalizing the Community 185
  • 8 - Booster Nationalism 187
  • 9 - Mass Media Come to the Small Town 211
  • Epilogue 240
  • Notes 243
  • Index 283
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