The Outlook (New York)
In 1900, the ranking weekly magazines of news and opinion were The Independent (1870), The Nation (1865), the Outlook (1870), and in a different class or with a different emphasis, The Literary Digest (1890). The Digest was a summary of leading articles and editorials from other magazines and newspaper.
The Outlook online
42 Years, 1,884 Issues, 61,514 Articles, and 98,173 pages of The Outlook, July 1, 1893 to June 1, 1935, are available online at http://www.unz.org/Pub/Outlook.
- Theodore Roosevelt was an associate editor for The Outlook.
- Edwin Arlington Robinson
- In 1900 Booker T. Washington published autobiographical pieces in The Outlook. These pieces were collected in book form and published in 1901 as Up from Slavery.
- Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Rufus Bellamy, and Harold Trowbridge Pulsifer were editors.
- Oscar Cesare was an editorial cartoonist for the magazine.
- Benjamin Kidd’s interview article, “Future of the United States” (September 1, 1894) made him a celebrity in the United States.
- Edward Wagenknecht (1982). American profile, 1900-1909. Univ of Massachusetts Press. ISBN 978-0-87023-351-7.
- Mott, Frank Luther (1957). A History of American Magazines. 2: 1850-1867. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press. pp. 367–379. Retrieved 22 March 2013.
- Roosevelt, Theodore (1909). Alfred Emanuel Smith, ed. New Outlook. Outlook Publishing Company, Inc.
- John Hall Wheelock, Matthew Joseph Bruccoli, Judith Baughman (2002). The last romantic. Univ of South Carolina Press. ISBN 978-1-57003-463-3.
- "William Stanley Braithwaite, ed. (1878–1962). Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1920 - Articles and Reviews of Poets and Poetry Published During 1919–1920". bartleby.com. Retrieved 25 November 2010.
- New Outlook. Outlook publishing Company, Incorporated. 1894-01-01.
- William Stanley Braithwaite; Alan Frederick Pater, eds. (1913). Anthology of Magazine Verse for ... and Year Book of American Poetry. W. S. Braithwaite.
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