Reminiscences of Bruce and Beatrice Gould : oral history, 1976.
Editors; interviewees are married.
Scope and Contents
Both describe family backgrounds, childhoods and meeting at State University of Iowa in 1920s; she discusses teaching, newspaper work, short story writing; he discusses General Film Co., college humor magazine, newspaper reporting, Army Air Service 1918-19, playwriting and reviewing, associate editorship of SATURDAY EVENING POST; marriage, 1923; New York scene in 1920s; Prohibition; joint editors of LADIES HOME JOURNAL, 1935-1962; staff and format, health campaigns, reader polls, important articles, series, literary pieces; difficulties and decline of Curtis Publishing Company; impressions of George Horace Lorimer, Eleanor Roosevelt, others.
- Gibson, Mary Bass, interviewer.
- Gould, Beatric Blackmar, Mrs. Bruce, 1898-1989.
- Gould, Beatrice Blackmar, Mrs. Bruce, 1898-1989.
- Gould, Bruce, 1898-
- Ladies Home Journal (magazine).
- Magazine design.
- Oral histories.
- Saturday Evening Post (magazine).
- Women's periodicals.
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