William Randolph Hearst: The Early Years, 1863-1910

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Index
Abbot, Willis J., 81, 89, 90, 108-9, 123, 138, 157, 158
Alger, Russell A., 126, 140, 144
Allen, Charles H., 123
Allen, Ike, 63, 71
Anaconda mine, 15, 26, 43, 69, 77
Ananias Cup, 222
Anita. See Hearst's ships
Annie Laurie. See Black, Winifred
Anthony, Clara (Reed), 18, 26, 30
Apperson, Anne Drusilia. See Flint, Mrs. Joseph
Apperson, John (paternal grandfather of Phoebe Hearst), 7
Apperson, Drusilla Whitmire (mother of Phoebe Hearst), 7, 12
Apperson, Randolph Walker (father of Phoebe Hearst), 7, 12
Archbold, John D., 249, 250
Astor, Mrs. Jacob, 80, 83, 157
Atherton, Gertrude, 65, 157
Atwood, Melville, 6
Babicora Ranch, 26, 43, 69, 180, 212, 232
Baer, George F., 172, 177
Bailey, Joseph Weldon, 188, 251, 252
Bannard, Otto T., 257, 260, 262
Barry, Thomas, 17, 22, 23, 27
Barton, Clara, 107
Belmont, August, 187, 189
Bengough, William, 117
Bennett, James Gordon, 80, 81
Berriz, Colonel Jose, 107
Bible, John, 179
Bierce, Ambrose: 47, 65, 163 news column "Prattle," 47, 73, 81 description of WRH, 47-48, 60, 62 prophetic quatrain, 167, 225
Bigelow, Henry D. "Petey," 47, 73, 74-75 Bilderbucher/Katzenjammer Kids, 21, 101
Birell, Henry, 176
Black, Frank S., 133, 141
Black, Winifred, 1, 57, 66, 68, 73-74, 76-77, 81, 82-83, 90, 138, 145, 156, 157
Blaine, James G., 34
Blanco, Ramon, 111
Bland, Richard "Silver Dick," 90
Bogart, William F. "Bogey," 47
Bonfils, Winifred Black. See Black, Winifred
BostonAmerican (eighth Hearst Paper, 1904), 186
BostonGlobe, 40
Bowden, J. E. T., 179
Briggs, Fred, 33, 46
Brisbane, Arthur, 143, 153, 194, 210, 245, 258
hired by WRH, 86-87, 93
leadership, 98, 99, 142, 163, 166-67, 172, 182
hoax on World, 124
defends WRH papers, 168, 169
campaigns for and advises WRH, 173, 206, 212, 218, 222, 240, 254, 260
censures McClellan and Tammany, 203, 242, 259
mayoral recount, 232
Brooks, Adele, 1
Bryan, William Jennings, 89-94,

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William Randolph Hearst: The Early Years, 1863-1910
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • 1 - The Romantic Legend of the Hearsts 1
  • 2 - The Rebel from California 11
  • 3 - The Newspaperman 37
  • 4 - Monarch of the Dallies 59
  • 5 - News War in New York 79
  • 6 - Yellow Journalism 95
  • 7 - The Journal's War 115
  • 8 - Political Activist 135
  • 9 - Running for President 163
  • 10 - Uncrowned Mayor of New York 193
  • 11 - Patron Saint of the Independents 229
  • Notes 265
  • Index 335
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