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David J. Rhees, Chapel Hill - 1979
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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Manuscript Sources

Science Service, Inc., Washington, D.C.

Corporate Records.

Smithsonian Archives, Washington, D.C.

Science Service Records.

Primary Published Sources - Books

Caldwell, Otis W., and Slosson, Edwin E., eds. Science Remaking the World. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1924.

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Lippman, Walter. Drift and Mastery. Mitchell Kennerly, 1914; reprint ed., Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1961.

McCabe, Charles R., ed. Damned Old Crank, A Self-Portrait of E. W. Scripps. New York: Harper and Bros., Publishers, 1924.

Slosson, Edwin E. Chats on Science. New York and London: Century Co., 1924.

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Articles

Cattell, James McKeen. "The Scientific Monthly and the Popular Science Monthly." Popular Science Monthly 87 (September 1915):307-308.

[Davis, Watson.] "About Writing for Science Service."In "Hints for Writing Science." Science News- Letter, July 1, 1950, p. 13.

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Dietz, David. "A Bit of Early History About the Science Writing Art By An Early Practitioner." Newsletter of the National Association of Science Writers 25 (Fall 1977):26-27.

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"Dr. Edwin Emery Slosson, Scientist, Dead." New York Times, October 16, 1929, p. 31.

Holt, Hamilton. "Edwin E. Slosson.." Book League Monthly 3 (December 1929):179- 184.

MacDill, Marjorie. "Will Blending of Races Produce Super-Men?" Science News-Letter, November 26, 1927, p. 337 ff.

Millikan, Robert. "The New Opportunity in Science." Science 50 (September 26, 1919):292 ff.

"Science and Modern Life." Atlantic, April 1928, pp. 487-496.

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"0 You Chemistry." Review of Creative Chemistry, by Edwin E. Slosson. Independent, January 31, 1920, p. 186.

Slosson, Edwin E. "Adult Education in Science." In Digest of the Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting, American Association for Adult Education, May 16 to 18, 1927, at Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. New York: Bulletin of the American Association for Adult Education, 1927.

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"The Democracy of Knowledge." In A Preface to the Universe. Edited by Baker Brownell. New York: D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc., 1929.

"Don'ts for Would-Be Writers of Science." In "Hints for Writing Science." Science News-Letter, July 1, 1950, p. 12.

"The Fiction of Force." Independent, April 23, 1921, pp. 425-426.

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"Twentieth Century Science and Invention." In Twentieth Century Europe, by Preston W. Slosson. Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1927.

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Secondary Published Sources - Books

Allen, Frederick L. An Informal History of the Twenties. New York, 1931; reprint ed., New York and Evanston, Ill.: Harper and Row, 1964.

Basalla, George; Kargon, Robert; and Coleman, William, eds. Victorian Science. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday,1970.

Bent, Silas. Ballyhoo, The Voice of the Press. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1927.

Carter, Paul A. Another Part of the Twenties. New York: Columbia University Press, 1977.

Daniels, George H. American Science in the age of Jackson (1815-1845) New York: Columbia University

Finley, Charles W.,Press.Caldwell, Otis W. Biology and the Public Press. New York: Lincoln School of Teachers College, 1923.

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Hoffman, Frederick J. The Twenties': American Writing in the Postwar Decade. 1949; reprint ed., New York: Free Press, 1965.

Kargon, Robert, ed. The Maturing of American Science. Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1974.

Kevles, Daniel J. The Physicists: The History of a Scientific Community in America. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1978.

May, Henry F. The End of American Innocence. 1959;reprinted., Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1964.

Mott, Frank Luther. A History of American Magazines,4 vols. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1939-1957.

President's Research Committee on Social Trends. Recent Social Trends in the United States. New York: Whittlesy House, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1934.

Tobey, Ronald C. The American Ideology of National Science, 1919-1930. Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1971.

Articles

Cook, Max. "David Dietz, Scientific Editor of the Cleveland Press." Scripps-Howard News 2 (January 1928): 26-27.

Handlin, Oscar. "Science and Technology in Popular Culture." In Science and Culture. Edited by Gerald Holton. Boston, Mass.: Beacon Press, 1965.

Kevles, Daniel. "George Ellery Hale, the First World War and the Advancement of Science in America." Isis 59 (1968):428 ff.

Marsak, Leonard M. "Bernard de Fontenelle: In Defense of Science." In The Rise of Science in Relation to Society. Edited by Leonard M. Marsak. New York: MacMillan Co., 1964.

Rosenberg, Charles E. "Science, Technology, and Economic Growth: The Case of the Agricultural Experiment Station Scientist." In Nineteenth Century American Science: A Reappraisal. Edited by George H. Daniels. Evanston, Ill.: Northwest University Press, 1972.

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Smith, James S. "The Day of the Pooularizers: The 1920s." South Atlantic Quarterly 62 (Spring 1963):297-309.

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