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editorials of Henry Watterson

Watterson, Henry

editorials of Henry Watterson

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Published by George H. Doran Company in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States -- Politics and government -- 1865-

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled with an introduction and notes, by Arthur Krock.
      ContributionsKrock, Arthur, 1886- comp.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE661 .W34
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx p., 1 l., 13-430 p.
      Number of Pages430
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6655425M
      LC Control Number23010399
      OCLC/WorldCa2175975


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Format Book Published New York, George H. Doran Company [c] Description x p., 1 β., editorials of Henry Watterson book. 23 cm. Other contributors Krock, Arthur. Watterson was called "the last of the great personal journalists", writing colorful and controversial editorials on many topics under the pen name "Marse Henry".

Hundreds of American papers republished them; they were an early exemplar of the syndicated column which played a significant role creating public support for U.S. intervention in the First World cal party: Democratic.

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The editorials of Henry Watterson: compiled with an introd. and notes. [Arthur Krock]. Marse Henry: An Autobiography (Volume One) by Henry Watterson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Henry Watterson (Feb.

16, - Dec. 22, ), Jeffersontown's most famous resident, was the founder and editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal. In he bought the Joseph Hite property, which consisted of acres and a four-room house about a mile from the square in Jeffersontown.

Author of Marse Henry, History of the Spanish-American war, Oddities in southern life and character, ''Marse Henry'' (An Autobiography), The compromises of life, The Compromises Of Life And Other Lectures And Addresses, History of the Manhattan club, The compromises of life, and other lectures and addresses, including some observations on certain downward tendencies of modern society.

A collection of papers of Henry Watterson consisting of mostly incomplete correspondence, ; chapters of a novel, practically all incomplete, numbered I-XXXIX, with gaps and duplications of numbers; and drafts of speeches, editorials, articles, a play, and another novel, nearly all of which are incomplete.

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Lang: eng, Pages Reprinted in with the help of original edition published long back[]. This book is in black & white. Henry Watterson was an American congressman and journalist. He served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War.

After the war, he became the editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal. He represented Kentucky's 5th District in the United States House of Representatives. helpful were Watterson's Marse Henry, An Autobiography, 2 volumes; The Compromises of Life.

and Arthur Krock's The Editorials of Henry Watterson. Over twenty articles written by the Kentucky editor were also employed. The main secondary sources consulted were Joseph F. Wall's Henry Watterson, Reconstructed Rebe1; Isaac F.

Marcosson'sAuthor: Gerold Zenick. Watterson continued to be an outspoken editorial writer at this new paper, and his pen name, "Marse Henry," soon became nationally known.

He was also active in politics. In he chaired the National Democratic Convention and was elected to serve out the remaining term of a deceased U.S. Congressman from Kentucky. By the time it celebrated its 25th birthday inthe Courier Journal's editorial page was as widely quoted as any in the country, and Watterson was.

LOUISVILLE, Ky., Aug. -- In answer to the telegram of THE NEW YORK TIMES, Henry Watterson says in The Courier Journal that he sees nothing in any quarter to justify any claim of the Roosevelt. Sons, ], ) and R. Day to Watterson, 10 June (“Who that reads newspapers printed in the United States is not familiar with the name of Henry Watterson?”), and Joseph Cannon to Watterson, 24 March and 24 Septem-berboxes 2 and 4, HWP-LC.

Watterson’s files of clippings, spread over. 8 Henry Watterson and the New South Even the most recent study of New South editors rests its understanding of Watterson upon Wall’s dated biography.7 Watterson is overdue for the full reappraisal found in this book.

Watterson belonged to a small group of New South editors, including Walter Hines Page, Henry Grady, Richard Hathaway Edmonds Cited by: 5. The Henry Watterson World War I editorials (dated ; cubic feet; 1 folder) contain editorials cut from the Louisville Courier-Journal.

Editorial topics include the sinking of the Lusitania, President Woodrow Wilson's speech at Geneva, and American concerns about the war. The men in his newspaper office held Henry Watterson in mortal terror, according to Walter Emerson, who for fifteen years was a member of the editorial staff of The Louisville Courier-Journal.

Henry Watterson has 27 books on Goodreads with 11 ratings. Henry Watterson’s most popular book is History of the Spanish-American War Embracing a Complet. Calvin Hoffman ( – February ), born Leo Hochman in Brooklyn, NY, was an American theater critic, press agent and writer who popularized in his book The murder of the man Who Was Shakespeare the Marlovian theory that playwright Christopher Marlowe was the actual author of the works attributed to William other alternate Shakespearean authorship theories.

Henry Watterson papers,(bulk dates) Creator Watterson, Henry, He was the author of several books and the most successful, "MARSE HENRY" () was serialized in the COURIER JOURNAL and the SATURDAY EVENING POST under the title "Looking Backward". Several of his editorials (Series #2) were.

Henry Watterson, the son of a Tennessee congressman, had written for Harper's Magazine and the New York Times before enlisting in the Confederate Army. He became nationally known for his work as The Courier-Journal emerged as the region's leading paper. He supported the Democratic Party and pushed for the industrialization of Kentucky and the South in general, notably through urging the Owner(s): Gannett Company, Inc.

(USA Today Network). LOUISVILLE, Ky., June -- Henry Watterson will say in the Courier-Journal to-morrow under the caption, "One Teddy Too Many": View Full Article in Timesmachine» View Full Article in.

Mar 8, - This Pin was discovered by Falls City Trading. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing Author of books: History of the Spanish-American War (, history) The Compromises of Life (, nonfiction) Marse Henry: An Autobiography (, memoir) Editorials (, columns)Born: What is the hidden meaning of knee lights.

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At the height of his fame in the early twentieth century, Watterson was so well known that his name and image were used to sell cigars and : University Press of Kentucky.