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TitleBreaking into print : modern newspaper technique for writers
AuthorBond, F. Fraser (Frank Fraser),1891-1965
PublisherMcGraw-Hill
Place of PublicationNew York, NY ; London, England
Date1933
DescriptionWritten primarily to serve as a journalism textbook, this book by F. Fraser Bond explains how to properly write news articles for newspapers using methods in practice at Columbia University's School of Journalism.
SubjectReporters and reporting
Newspapers
Journalism
Physical Descriptionxii, 221 p. 21 cm.
About the AuthorThe nephew of Sir Robert Bond, F. Fraser Bond was an author, teacher, and newspaperman. As a child he lived each summer at his uncle's beloved Whitbourne property, The Grange, and also returned regularly each year as an adult. Fraser eventually inherited the property upon his uncle's death, and when he was no longer able to care for it, donated it to the government of Newfoundland. (Morgan, Ivan. "A Man of Taste and Discrimination." The Independent 14 May 2006: 12. Print.)
Bibliography NoteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
Local Call NumberPN 4775 B6 1933
TypeText
Resource TypeBook
FormatImage/jpeg: Application/pdf
Record NumberCNS-B0147
CollectionCentre for Newfoundland Studies - Digitized Books.
RepositoryMemorial University of Newfoundland. Libraries. Centre for Newfoundland Studies
LanguageEng
SourcePaper text held in the Centre for Newfoundland Studies
PDF File(41.54MB) -- http://collections.mun.ca/PDFs/cns/BreakingIntoPrint.pdf
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