Authorship discrepancies are noted and, when discernible, pseudonyms are provided. An example of the organizational pattern follows:. Editorial practices varied among the different periodical titles, but were usually consistent within any given title sequence. Editorial comment, both in extent and quality, also varies from one periodical title to the next. Some of the manuscripts for particular periodical titles have been copyedited, a few are accompanied by reader reports which discuss potential suitability for publication, while others bear the terse but definitive notation "Impossible.
Annual and occasionally more frequently produced inventories of charged or written off manuscripts and artwork accompany nearly every group of documents associated with a particular periodical. Periodical editors were accountable for each manuscript purchase that was unpublished. The inventories of charged off manuscripts also attest to the re- assignment of manuscripts to different periodicals, and are frequently annotated with suggestions that another editor might find a particular submission suitable for inclusion in his publications.
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It should be noted that the preponderance of manuscripts among the editorial files are those which had been written off repeatedly before publication, and that many were never used. These submissions, which include poems, fiction, non-fiction, and even a sketchbook, were neither produced for, nor assigned to, a particular periodical. There are also a number of published stories, many of which originally appeared in The Popular Magazine, which were collected under the auspices of the Motion Picture Department to promote their potential for production as films.
Miscellaneous editorial files.
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Illuminating both the internal structure of the company as well as its day-to-day publishing operations, the Miscellaneous Editorial Files Boxes mostly relate to weeklies and books-in-series and include the earliest documentation i. Bent upon cornering the fiction market for the expanding literate population, the company systematically made purchases of the plate stock of a number of its competitors, acquiring such established series as The Ledger Library and The Popular Series Bonner's Sons , and Golden Hours and the Old Cap.
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Plate stock inventories and orders document the successes and the problems associated with such wholesale acquisition. Memoranda concerning the internal inquiries and reports about stock illustrate the publisher's commitment to respond quickly to the needs of its customers.
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In addition, the Miscellaneous Editorial Files contain documentation relating to Chelsea House books and authors, manuscript transferrals between periodicals, and copyright renewals for various series Border, Eagle, Great Western, Magnet, Merriwell. Financial material encompasses miscellaneous i.
Conscious of the need for publicity, the publisher issued various types of promotional material, including catalogs and price lists and also generated lists of newspapers for review copies. A series of 21 photographs ca. The 13 record books in box 42 contain predominantly publishing and statistical information on Street and Smith weeklies and books-in-series publications between and Pagination occasionally varies Record Books 12, 13 , and there is some overlapping and duplication of information from one record book to another.
Blank pages have not been filmed. Prepared for the specialized needs of the publisher, the first volume has running series titles with column headings for issue number, date of publication, author with space for "nom de plume" , title, and sub-title. Entered in ink as well as pencil, the variations in handwriting, as well as legibility, indicate that the notations were recorded by several different individuals.
While the series are arranged in numerical and publishing sequence, the lists may be continued in the same or subsequent record books.
Although not usually noted in the record books, when title changes occur within a weekly series, all the titles represented by that title sequence and their corresponding numbers which sometimes extend beyond the contents of that particular record book are provided. The periodical titles used here are from the covers of the publications; other titles may appear on the Contents pages or as running titles. The use of brackets for both weeklies and books-in-series publications represents an attempt to standardize the working titles used in the record books. Supplementing, and in some cases duplicating, the information contained in these editorial files, the Library holds card file drawers; these Indexes comprise manuscript tracer forms, author and title indexes for various periodicals, payment verification with reference to voucher numbers, printers' records, copyright status reports, and reprint notations.
Indexes are in two different types of containers. The first 30 are in cardboard boxes and are labelled CB-1 through CB The second batch are or were originally in metal file drawers; these are labelled M through M Extent is given in inches, referring to how many inches of the drawer the index makes up. Most indexes are arranged alphabetically, but some are chronological and some are not arranged at all. The majority of our archival and manuscript collections are housed offsite and require advanced notice for retrieval.
Researchers are encouraged to contact us in advance concerning the collection material they wish to access for their research. Digital photos are permitted with appropriate paperwork. Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.
Materials are available for research and reference only. All copyrights are retained by Conde Nast Publications Inc. Abstract: Papers of the American publishing company, specializing in popular literature. Collection includes internal records, manuscripts, radio scripts, books and periodicals of the publishing company. Return to top. An example of the organizational pattern follows: Clues New York, N.
Daniels a. Egbert Illustrations 5 Tables of Contents: Oct. Miscellaneous editorial files Illuminating both the internal structure of the company as well as its day-to-day publishing operations, the Miscellaneous Editorial Files Boxes mostly relate to weeklies and books-in-series and include the earliest documentation i. The date range indicated for each record book is approximate. Indexes Supplementing, and in some cases duplicating, the information contained in these editorial files, the Library holds card file drawers; these Indexes comprise manuscript tracer forms, author and title indexes for various periodicals, payment verification with reference to voucher numbers, printers' records, copyright status reports, and reprint notations.
Arrangement of the Collection See above. Restrictions Access Restrictions The majority of our archival and manuscript collections are housed offsite and require advanced notice for retrieval. Use Restrictions Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection. Beatrice Forsythe? Donahue partial ms.
Farris with ill. Air Trails New York, N. Airtrails See Air Trails. See Bill Barnes Air Adventurer. Richardson with ill. Wollheim reviewed by E. Morton a.
Fred Nash? Peck with original and revised ms. Light with clippings, ill. Stout and Franklin M. Klein 2 sets of galleys and photographs, no ms. Klein photographs, layout, no ms. Klein galleys, photograph, no ms. McCann from voucher; ms. Campbell, Jr.
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