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Re: Advice regarding the North American Newspaper Alliance (NANA)

Hi, Brian.

I might be able to help you with info on NANA, if you'd like to contact me directly. I may also have info on the woman you are researching, as well, because I gathered info on many women who covered the Spanish Civil War as I researched my book. Here are links for more info: http://bit.ly/2Fw6oZD or http://amzn.to/women-warcos

Carolyn Edy

Re: Books on History of New York City journalism?

Additional suggestions from Bill Huntzicker:

Bradshaw James Stanford. "George W. Wisner and the New York Sun", Journalism History 6:4 (Winter 1979-80), 112, 117-21.

Brown Francis. Raymond of the Times. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1951.

Buchholz Michael. "The Penny Press, 1833-1861", in The Media in America. Wm. David Sloan and James Startt, eds., 3rd. ed. Northport, Ala.: Vision Press, 1996.

Carlson Oliver The Man Who Made News: James Gordon Bennett. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1942.

Advice regarding the North American Newspaper Alliance (NANA)

Dear fellow historians,
I am writing to you to see if you might be able to help me locate something I'm looking for. I have been collecting sources on an American woman who (covertly) worked for Mussolini's fascist dictatorship during the 1930s (as a 'journalist') for a few years now.