History of the New York Times, 1851-1921

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INDEX
" Abbey, Arthur M.," 349
Adams, Henry, 76; "Education of Henry Adams," 76
Advertiser, The, 390
Advertising, 26, 192, 193, 219et seq., 238, 317, 319et seq., 370, 392, 402
Albany Evening Journal, 3, 4, 31
"All the News That's Fit to Print," 197, 198, 199, 212
Alloway, Harry, 180
Annalist, The, 328
Antipathy to Times, 260et seq.
Anti-Saloon League, 255
Appomattox Courthouse, battle of, 51
Arctic, disaster, 35, 36
Arthur, Chester A., 152
Associated Press, 43, 179, 230, 241, 367, 385
Astor, John Jacob, 97
Atherton, Gertrude, 378
Aviation, development of, 287et seq.; prizes, 288, 289
Baltimore American, The, 351,
Barnum, P. T., 10
Beck, James M., 338, 339
Beecher, Henry Ward, 61, 124
Behl, Private Harold J., 369
Bennett, James Gordon, 7, 8, 9, 10, 21, 63, 77, 79
Bernstorff, German ambassador to U. S., 361
Bigelow, John, 134, 140; 1869, 81, 83; 82
Birchall, F. T., 364
Blaine, James G., 128, 131, 150, 151
Blanket sheets, 6
Board of Supervisors, New York, 1869, 90
Bolsheviki, Russian, 355
Book reviews, 38, 213et seq.
Borah, Senator, 382
Bradley, Lieut. William, 369
Brest-Litovsk, 355
Briand, Premier, 386
Brisbane, Albert, 11
Brisbane, Arthur, 11
British "White Paper," 337, 338
Brook Farm, 10
Bryan, William Jennings, 74, 226, 248, 249, 252
Bryant, William Cullen, 82
Buchanan, James, 37
Bull Run, battle of, 55
Burgess, John W., 339
Burns, George H., 36
Burnside, General, 57
Business policy of Times, 310et seq.
Cabell, southern orator, 31
Cable, ocean, 37, 43, 119, 162, 163, 164, 231, 283
Campaign Times, 24
Capital of Times, xv, 17, 27, 169, 170, 185, 191, 193
Caricatures, 64
Carson, Major J. M., 377
Cartoons, 130, 196
Cary, Edward, xiv, 73, 78, 137, 169, 182, 376
Censorship, American, 368
Century, The, 211
Chamberlain, Senator, 354
Chandler, Zachariah, 135
Charities fostered by Times, 304 et seq.
Chattanooga Times, The, Adolph S. Ochs, publisher of, in 1896, 178
Chesterton, G. K., 339
Chicago Daily News, 390
Chicago Evening Post, The, 288
Chicago Record-Herald, The, 290
Chicago Tribune, The, 275, 284, 382, 390
Christmas contributions, 304
Circulation of Times, xviii, 26, 27, 64, 118, 169, 203, 211, 245, 246, 307, 310, 315, 389, 402

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