M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

Business, Literary, and Miscellany Collection

Finding Aid for the
LEONA TRAIN RIENOW
PAPERS, 1856-1988
(MSS-025)

For reference queries contact Grenander Department Reference staff

Finding Aid Compiled by
Tim Bridgman
February 2006

Box and Folder List Assistance by
Kayla Misner

The arrangement and description of this collection was made possible through a New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program Arrangement and Description Grant.



 
 
 
 
 
 

M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives 
University Libraries / University at Albany / State University of New York
1400 Washington Avenue / Albany, New York 12222 / (518) 437-3935


VOLUME: 2.78 cubic ft.

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, in June 1988.

ACCESS: Access to this record group is unrestricted.

COPYRIGHT: The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:


Leona Train Rienow
Biographical Sketch

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Leona Train Rienow was born in Duluth, Minnesota in 1903, but moved when she was one year old to the mining site of Chisholm, Minnesota. She received a B.A. from the University of Chicago and her Master’s from the University of Minnesota. In 1931, she married Robert Rienow while he was attending West Point. She toured Europe in 1948 and Italy in 1953. She also traveled on a tramp freighter around the Mediterranean visiting Cairo, Alexandria, Beirut, and Damascus. Her interests included birds and bird-watching, baking, camping, canoeing, touring, forestry, the environment, politics, photography, roses, cats, prehistory, and the Middle Ages.

Leona Train Rienow authored books, most of which were for children, short stories, and articles. Her books included The Bewitched Caverns (1948), The Dark Pool (1949), The Year of the Last Eagle (1970), and Unbottled Scotch (1987). She also co-authored a number of books with her husband including Our New Life with the Atom (1959), Of Snuff, Sin and the Senate (1965), The Lonely Quest: the Evolution of Presidential Leadership (1966), Moment in the Sun: a Report on the Deteriorating Quality of the American Environment (1967), Man Against His Environment (1970), and The Great Unwanteds Want Us: Illegal Aliens-too late to close the gates? (1980).

Leona Train Rienow died of a stroke in 1983 at Child’s Hospital in Albany, New York. She was eighty years old.


Leona Train Rienow
Scope & Content Note

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This collection documents Leona Train Rienow’s professional career as a writer. The papers contain a significant number of drafts of Leona Train Rienow’s manuscripts, papers concerning her research for her books and articles, and correspondence files. Much of the correspondence concerns publishers and editors of various magazines and publishing houses.

Strengths of this collection include the many drafts of manuscripts that document the changes that Leona Train Rienow made to her works over a span of many years. Weaknesses of this collection include a lack of material on Rienow’s personal life outside of her professional career as a writer and her environmental activism. There are also many whole newspaper sections, news clippings, and notes written on scraps of paper whose significance is often unclear. Also, this collection does not comprise drafts of all her books and articles.

Preservation concerns include yellowing and/or brittle paper which is often folded and/or wavy, foxing on the edges of some manuscripts, corners or pieces torn out of some pages, and fire damage.

Several collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives provide further information on the environmental and political issues that were of concern to Rienow throughout her life. Of particular note are the collections of her husband Robert Rienow (UA-902.009), Environmental Advocates of New York (APAP-104), Nancy Papish (APAP-144), Environmental Clearinghouse, Inc. (APAP-180), and Vincent J. Schaefer (UA-902.010). For a complete list of related collections see the subject guides for Conservation and the Environment and Literature.


Leona Train Rienow
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Typescripts, circa 1950-1955, undated, 2 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically

This series consists of drafts of several books, short stories, and articles authored by Leona Train Rienow, many of which are undated. Drafts pertaining to her books include The Friar’s Lantern; A Kingdom for Ethelfleda; Locusts; Mystery of the Midnight Fire; Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter; Mesaba Plunder; and River without Any End. Drafts of short stories include Bed and Breakfast; Cradle of Humanity; Fair on Morrow; Gekocht Aardappelen; Gory Glory; The Great Salt Age; Hospitality-Old World Style; I Dare You to Sleep in Your Own Guest Room; I Dare You to Sleep in Your Own Spare Room; It’s the British Air!; Monuments by God; Peasoup and Snails; Peeking Gendarmes; Professor, Your Goodwill is Showing; Screwball Authorities: Our Idolatry of Big Names; Tourists Delight; You Can’t Buck Tradition; and We Become Class-Conscious.

Series 2: Research Materials, 1856-1960, 0.45 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically

This series contains research materials that Leona Train Rienow used for her books, short stories, and articles. There are many whole newspaper sections pertaining to Duluth, Minnesota and mining in Minnesota, as well as Photostats of land records dating from the nineteenth century. There are also magazines and brochures, as well as drawings of floorplans, materials on the history of many towns in England, and interviews of miners, including her father.

Series 3: Correspondence, 1946-1988, 0.33 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically

This series consists of letters exchanged between Leona Train Rienow and various editors and publishing houses in her search to get her works published. In some cases, there are both Rienow’s letters and those of the editor or publisher. In other cases, only the editor’s or publisher’s letters remain.


Leona Train Rienow Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Typescripts, circa 1952-1955, undated

Box 1
Folder

1. Bed and Breakfast, undated
2. Cradle of Humanity, undated
3. Fair on Morrow, undated
4. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Preliminaries, June 1959
5. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter I, June 1959
6. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter II, June 1959
7. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter III, June 1959
8. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter IV, June 1959
9. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter V, June 1959
10. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter VI, June 1959
11. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter VII, June 1959
12. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter VIII, June 1959
13. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter IX, June 1959
14. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter X, June 1959
15. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter XI, June 1959
16. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter XII, June 1959
17. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter XIII, June 1959
18. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter XIV, June 1959
19. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter XV, June 1959
20. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter XVI, June 1959
21. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter XVII, June 1959
22. Fleda, King Alfred’s Daughter, Chapter XX, June 1959
23. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter I, undated
24. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter II, undated
25. The Friar’s Lantern Chapter IV, undated
26. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter XIV, undated
27. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter I, May 1952
28. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter II, May 1952
29. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter III, May 1952
30. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter IV, May 1952
31. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter V, May 1952
32. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter VI, May 1952
33. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter VII, May 1952
34. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter IX, May 1952
35. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter X, May 1952
36. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter XI, May 1952
37. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter XII, May 1952
38. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter XIII, May 1952
39. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter XIV, May 1952
40. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter XV, May 1952
41. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter XVI, May 1952
42. The Friar’s Lantern, Chapter XVII, May 1952
43. Gekocht Aardappelen, undated
44. Gory Glory, undated
45. The Great Salt Age, 1961
46. The Haunted Orchard, Title Page and Diagram, undated
47. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter I, undated
48. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter II, undated
49. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter III, undated
50. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter IV, undated
51. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter V, undated
52. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter VI, undated
53. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter VII, undated
54. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter VIII, undated
55. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter IX, undated
56. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter X, undated
57. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter XI, undated
58. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter XII, undated
59. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter XIII, undated
60. The Haunted Orchard, Chapter XIV, undated
61. Hospitality-Old Word Style, undated
62. I Dare You to Sleep in Your Own Guest Room, undated
63. I Dare You to Sleep in Your Own Spare Room, undated
64. It’s the British Air!, undated
65. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Editor’s Note, 1952
66. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Outline of Continuing Action, 1952
67. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Title Page and Chapter I, undated
68. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter I, November 1952
69. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter II, undated
70. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter II, November 1952
71. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter III, undated
72. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter III, November 1952
73. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter IV, undated
74. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter IV, November 1952
75. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter V, November 1952
76. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter VI, undated
77. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter VI, November 1952
78. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter VII, undated
79. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter VII, November 1952
80. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter VIII, November 1952
81. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter IX, undated
82. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter IX, November 1952
83. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter X, undated
84. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter X, November 1952
85. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XI, undated
86. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XI, November 1952
87. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XII, undated
88. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XII, November 1952
89. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XIII, undated
90. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XIII, November 1952
91. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XIV, undated
92. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XIV, November 1952
93. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XV, undated
94. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XV, November 1952
95. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XVI, undated
96. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XVI, November 1952
97. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XVII, November 1952
98. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XVIII, undated
99. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XVIII, November 1952
100. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XIX, undated
101. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XIX, November 1952
102. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XX, undated
103. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XX, November 1952
104. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XXI, undated
105. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Chapter XXI, November 1952
106. A Kingdom For Ethelfleda, Discard Sheets, November 1952
107. Locusts, Chapter I, 1951
108. Locusts, A, 1955
109. Locusts, B, 1955
110. Locusts, Chapter II, 1955
111. Locusts, Chapter III, 1951
112. Locusts, Chapter III, 1955
113. Locusts, Chapter IV, 1951
114. Locusts, Chapter IV, 1955
115. Locusts, Chapter V, 1955
116. Locusts, Chapter VI, 1951
117. Locusts, Chapter VI, 1955
118. Locusts, Chapter VII, November 1953
119. Locusts, Chapter VII, 1955
120. Locusts, Chapter VIII, 1951
121. Locusts, Chapter VIII, 1955
122. Locusts, Chapter IX, 1955
123. Locusts, Chapter X, 1951
124. Locusts, Chapter X, 1955
125. Locusts, Chapter XI, 1951
126. Locusts, Chapter XI, 1955
127. Locusts, Chapter XIII, 1955
128. Locusts, Chapter XIV, 1951
129. Locusts, Chapter XIV, 1955
130. Locusts, Chapter XV, 1955
131. Locusts, Chapter XVI, 1955
132. Locusts, Chapter XVII, 1955
133. Locusts, Chapter XVIII, 1955
134. Locusts, Chapter XIX, 1955
135. Locusts, Chapter XX, 1955
136. Locusts, Chapter XXI, 1951
137. Locusts, Chapter XXI, 1955
138. Locusts, Chapter XXII, 1951
139. Locusts, Chapter XXII, 1955
140. Locusts, Chapter XXIII, 1955

Box 2
Folder

1. Locusts, Chapter XXIV, 1951
2. Locusts, Chapter XXIV a, 1951
3. Locusts, Chapter XXIV, 1955
4. Locusts, Chapter XXV, 1951
5. Locusts, Chapter XXV, 1955
6. Locusts, Chapter XXVI, 1951
7. Locusts, Chapter XXVI, 1955
8. Locusts, Chapter XXVII, 1955
9. Locusts, Chapter XXVII, 1955
10. Locusts, Chapter XXVIII, 1951
11. Locusts, Chapter XXVIII, 1955
12. Locusts, Chapter XXIX, 1951
13. Locusts, Chapter XXIX, 1955
14. Locusts, Chapter XXIX a, 1951
15. Locusts, Chapter XXIX a, April 1953
16. Locusts, Chapter XXX, 1955
17. Locusts, Chapter XXXI, 1951
18. Locusts, Chapter XXXI, 1955
19. Locusts, Chapter XXXII, 1951
20. Locusts, Chapter XXXII, 1955
21. Locusts, Chapter XXXIII, 1951
22. Locusts, Chapter XXXIII, 1955
23. Locusts, Chapter XXXIV, 1955
24. Locusts, Chapter XXXV, 1955
25. Locusts, Chapter XXXVI, 1955
26. Locusts, Chapter XXXVII, 1955
27. Locusts, Chapter XXXVIII, 1955
28. Locusts, Chapter XXXIX, 1951
29. Locusts, Chapter XXXIX, 1955
30. Locusts, Chapter XL, 1951
31. Locusts, Chapter XL, 1955
32. Locusts, Chapter XLI, 1955
33. Locusts, Chapter XLII, 1955
34. Locusts, Chapter XLIII, 1955
35. Locusts, Chapter XLIV, 1955
36. Locusts, Chapter XLV, 1955
37. Locusts, Chapter XLVI, 1955
38. Locusts, Chapter XLVII, 1955
39. Locusts, Chapter XLVIII, 1955
40. Locusts, Chapter XLIV, 1955
41. Locusts, Chapter L, 1955
42. Locusts, Chapter LI, 1955
43. Locusts, Chapter LII, 1955
44. Locusts, Chapter LIII, 1955
45. Locusts, Chapter LIV, 1955
46. Locusts, Chapter LV, 1955
47. Locusts, Chapter LVI, 1955
48. Locusts, Chapter LVII, 1955
49. Locusts, Chapter LVIII, 1955
50. Locusts, Chapter LIX, 1955
51. Locusts, Chapter LX, 1955
52. Locusts, Chapter LXI, 1955
53, Locusts, Chapter LXII, 1955
54. Locusts, Chapter LXIII, 1955
55. Mesaba Plunder, Author’s Note, Title Page, undated
56. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter I, undated
57. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter II, undated
58. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter III, undated
59. Mesaba, Plunder, Chapter IV, undated
60. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter V, undated
61. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter VI, undated
62. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter VII, undated
63. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter VIII, undated
64. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter IX, undated
65. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter X, undated
66. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter X, undated
67. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XI, undated
68. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XII, undated
69. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XIII, undated
70. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XIV, undated
71. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XV, undated
72. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XVI, undated
73. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XVII, undated
74. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XVIII, undated
75. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XIX, undated
76. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XX, undated
77. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXI, undated
78. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXII, undated
79. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXIII, undated
80. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXIV, undated
81. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXV, undated
82. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXVI, undated
83. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXVII, undated
84. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXVIII, undated
85. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXIX, undated
86. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXX, undated
87. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXXI, undated
88. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXXII, undated
89. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXXIII, undated
90. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXXIV, undated
91. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXXV, undated
92. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXXVI, undated
93. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXXVI a, undated
94. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXXVII, undated
95. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXXVIII, undated
96. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XXXIX, undated
97. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XL, undated
98. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XLI, undated
99. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XLII, undated
100. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XLIII, undated
101. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XLIV, undated
102. Mesaba Plunder, Chapter XLV, undated
103. Monuments By God, undated
104. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter I, undated
105. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter II, undated
106. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter III, undated
107. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter III-A, undated
108. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter IV, undated
109. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter V, undated
110. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter VI, undated
111. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter VII, undated
112. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter VIII, undated
113. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter IX, undated
114. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter X, undated
115. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter XI, undated
116. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter XIII, undated
117. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter XIV, undated
118. The Mystery of the Midnight Fires, Chapter XV, undated
119. Pea Soup and Snails, undated
120. Peeking Gendarmes, undated
121. Professor Your Good Will is Showing!, undated
122. River Without Any End, Title Page, Author’s Note, Chapter I, 1951-1952
123. River Without Any End, Synopsis, 1951-1952
124. River Without Any End, Chapter I, 1951-1952
125. River Without Any End, Chapter II, 1951-1952
126. River Without Any End, Chapter III, May 1952
127. River Without Any End, Chapter IV, 1951-1952
128. River Without Any End, Chapter V, 1951-1952
129. River Without Any End, Chapter VI, 1951-1952
130. River Without Any End, Chapter VII, 1951-1952
131. River Without Any End, Chapter VIII, 1951-1952
132. River Without Any End, Chapter IX, 1951-1952
133. River Without Any End, Chapter XI, 1951-1952
134. River Without Any End, Chapter XII, May 1952
135. River Without Any End, Chapter XII a, undated
136. River Without Any End, Chapter XIII, 1951-1952
137. River Without Any End, Chapter XIV, 1951-1952
138. River Without Any End, Chapter XV, May 1952
139. River Without Any End, Chapter XVI, 1951-1952
140. River Without Any End, Chapter XVII, 1951-1952
141. River Without Any End, Chapter XVIII, 1951-1952
142. River Without Any End, Chapter XIX, 1951-1952
143. River Without Any End, Chapter XX, 1951-1952
144. River Without Any End, Chapter XXI, 1951-1952
145. River Without Any End, Chapter XXII, undated
146. River Without Any End, Chapter XXIII, 1951-1952
147. River Without Any End, Source Bibliography, 1951-1952
148. Screwball Authorities: Our Idolatry of Big Names, 1940
149. Tourists Delight, undated
150. You Can’t Buck Tradition, undated
151. Unbottled Scotch, 1987
152. We Become Class-Conscious, undated


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Series 2: Research Materials, 1856-1960

Box 3
Folder

1. Alfred, undated
2. Archaeology, 1937-1938
3. Arts and Trade, undated
4. Atomic Peril, 1960
5. Chronology, undated
6. Chronology of Reigns, undated
7. Churches and Nunneries, undated
8. Corrections, undated
9. Count, undated
10. Countryside, undated
11. Customs, undated
12. Danes, undated
13. Dress and Accountrements, undated
14. Ethelfleda’s Parents, undated
15. Ethelwulf, undated
16. Fleda, undated
17. Floor Plans, undated
18. The Friar’s Lantern, 1948
19. Kent, undated
20. Laws, undated
21. Lemner Manuscript, undated
22. Life in New York-Driftwood. 1932
23. Life in 10th Century Britain, undated
24. Locusts, 1939
25. Logging, undated
26. London, undated
27. Maps, undated
28. McCarthy’s Beach Project I, 1938-1953
29. McCarthy’s Beach Project II, 1938-1953
30. McCarthy’s Beach Project III, 1938-1953
31. Medical Facts, undated
32. Mesaba Historical I, 1856-1948
33. Mesaba Historical II, 1888-1958
34. Mesaba Historical III, 1888-1958
35. Mining, 1933-1936
36. Minnesota, 1888-1939
37. Minnesota, 1938-1939
38. Moscow, undated
39. Poems and Ballads, undated
40. Peoples, undated
41. Pioneering, 1909-1947
42. Politics, circa 1950
43. Popes, undated
44. Preparing Students for the Job Market, 1941
45. Prince Valiant, undated
46. Resources, undated
47. River Without Any End, 1935-1941
48. Rochester, England, undated
49. Sapon Building, undated
50. Surveys, 1960
51. Tappan, undated
52. Winchester, Wessex, undated
53. Youth Organizations, 1948-1949


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Series 3: Correspondence, 1946-1988

Box 3 (continued)
Folder

54. The American Home, 1959
55. Better Homes and Gardens, 1960
56. The Board of Education and Publication of the American Baptist Convention, 1952
57. Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1951-1952
58. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1963
59. The Children’s Friend, undated
60. Children’s Play Mate Magazine, undated
61. Christian Herald Magazine, 1952
62. Dodd, Mead & Company, 1951
63. Doubleday & Company, 1950
64. Every Woman’s, circa 1959-1960
65. Girl’s Fun and Fashion Magazine, 1952
66. Girls Today, 1952-1953
67. Good Housekeeping, 1959
68. Harcourt-Brace, 1952-1953
69. Harper and Brothers, 1951
70. Harper’s Bazaar, 1960
71. Hougton-Mifflin Company, 1946-1955
72. Ives Vernon, 1952
73. Jack and Jill, undated
74. Julian Messner, undated
75. Ladies Home Journal, 1959
76. Lippincott, Company, 1951-1952
77. List of Editors, undated
78. Little Brown & Company, 1946-1952
79. Longmans, Green & Company, 1946-1954
80. Macrae-Smith Company, 1953
81. McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1953
82.The Methodist Church, 1949-1955
83. Methodist Publications, undated
84. Oxford Books, 1951
85. G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1952
86. Random House, 1951
87. The Reader’s Digest, 1959
88. Redbook Magazine, 1959
89. Leona Train Rienow, Biographical Information, undated
90. Scribner’s Sons, 1947-1949
91. Senior Prom, 1951
92. Seventeen, 1950
93. Simon & Schuster, 1951-1953
94. The Star Weekly, 1951
95. Story Parade, undated
96. Thomas & Crowell Company, 1953
97. Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1946
98. Vogue, 1959
99. This Week Magazine, 1959
100. The Westminster Press, 1952
101. Whittlesey House, 1953
102. William Morrow & Company, 1951
103. Wing, J, 1988
104. John C. Winston Company, 1948-1952
105. Young America Magazines, 1948-1949


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