Isaac Frederick Marcosson

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Isaac Frederick Marcosson (1877-1961) was an American editor, born at Louisville, Kentucky, and educated in the schools of Louisville.

In 1903, he became associate editor of The World's Work, and in 1907, he became a member of and financial editor of The Saturday Evening Post. From 1910 to 1913, he was editor of Munsey's Magazine.

Works[edit]

  • The War After the War, (1916)
  • The Rebirth of Russia, (1917)
  • The Business of War, (1917)
  • Adventures in Interviewing, (1919)
  • An African Adventure, (1921)
  • Turbulent Years, (1938)
  • with Daniel Frohman, Charles Frohman, Manager and Man, (1917)
  • "Metal Magic: The Story of the American Smelting and Refining Company," (1949)
  • "The Black Golconda: The Romance of Petroleum," (1924)
  • "Caravans of Commerce," (1926)
  • "Leonard Wood: The Prophet of Preparedness," (1917)
  • "Peace and Business," (1919)
  • "S.O.S - America's Miracle in France," (1919)
  • "David Graham Phillips and His Times," (1932)
  • "The Autobiography of a Clown," (1910) (Jules Turnour)
  • "Wherever Men Trade: The Romance of the Cash Register," (1945) (the story of National Cash Register - NCR)
  • "Colonel Deeds - Industrial Builder," (1947) (Edward Anthony Deeds)

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