The World's Work
|Former editors||Walter Hines Page, Arthur W. Page|
World's Work (1900–1932) was a monthly magazine which celebrated the American way of life[further explanation needed] and its expanded role on the world stage. In 1932 it was purchased by and merged into the journal Review of Reviews. It was founded in 1900 and edited by Walter Hines Page until 1913 when his son Arthur W. Page became the editor.
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- List of available issues at archive.org
- War Manual (WWI) (1914)
- War Manual (second, also on WWI) (1914)
Full-text on-line versions available via Google Books (last accessed 2009-07-09):
- The Bookman
- Harper's Magazine
- McClure's Magazine
- Munsey's Magazine
- The Outlook
- The Review of Reviews
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