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London Magazine


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John Lehmann (1907—1987) publisher and author

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ROSS, Alan John (1922 - 2001), author, publisher and journalist; Editor of London Magazine, since 1961; Managing Director, London Magazine Editions (Publishers), since 1965

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TELFORD, John (1851 - 1936), Wesleyan minister; Wesleyan Methodist Connexional Editor 1905–34; Ed. of Wesleyan Methodist Magazine, Preacher’s Magazine, London Quarterly Review, Church Record, etc

Creating the Modern Man: American Magazines and Consumer Culture 1900–1950. By Tom Pendergast (Columbia and London: University of Missouri Press, 2000. x plus 289pp. $34.95)

GREGORY, Eric Craven (1887 - 1959), Chairman: Percy Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd; Ganymed Press London Ltd; Design Research Unit; Director, Burlington Magazine; Member Standing Commission on Museums and Galleries since 1952

WRIGHT, Dudley (1868 - 1949), formerly Editor Masonic News; Editor The Freemason; English Editor The Master Mason (USA); lecturer and author, London Correspondent to several American Australian, and Canadian magazines

PORTER, Alfred William (1863 - 1939), Emeritus Professor of Physics in the University of London since 1928; late Professor of Physics at University College; Co-Editor of the London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine

 

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A periodical founded in 1954 by John Lehmann as a monthly journal of poetry, prose fiction, and criticism. During its early years contributors included Graham Greene, V. S. Pritchett, Edwin ...

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