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Location: Harvard Depository Call No.: MS Am 2302Repository: Houghton Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University Creator: Nation (New York, N. Quantity: 42.5 linear feet (34 boxes)Language of materials: English Abstract: Records of the weekly magazine, The Nation, primarily during the editorship of Freda Kirchwey.
Title: Nation records Date(s): 1879-1974 (inclusive), 1920-1955 (bulk).
In 1935 Villard sold the magazine to banker Maurice Wertheim, stipulating that Kirchwey would remain as editor.
Kirchwey purchased the magazine in 1937 from publisher Wertheim.
Papers of the Nation, 1873-1906, are held by the New York Public Library.
The Nation has been published continuously as a liberal weekly magazine of politics and culture since its founding in 1865 by Edwin Lawrence Godkin. Freda Kirchwey's editorship at the Nation is the focus of the bulk of this collection.
By 1922 she was managing editor and in 1928 became literary editor.
Oswald Garrison Villard (1872-1949) was editor and owner of the Nation from 1918-1932.
The dates of the bulk of this collection encompass the effects of the Great Depression and New Deal, the rise of fascism, growing comprehension of the Holocaust, the domestic and international crises of World War II, the dawning of the atomic age, and the roots of the Cold War and Mc Carthyism, all topics documented in this collection.Over the years the repository began a detailed listing of the A-Z correspondence which was abandoned; the resulting lists are found at the end of this collection.