Bruce Barton Papers, 1881-1967

Container Title
Subseries: Literary correspondence
Magazines and newspapers
Box   82
Advertising, 1925-1938
Box   82
Advertising Age, 1940, 1944
Box   82
Advertising Agency, 1938, 1957
Box   82
Advertising and Selling, 1924-1948
American Magazine
Box   82
Staff, 1923-1945
Readers
Box   82
, 1918-1922
Box   83-84
, 1923-1932 June
Box   85
, 1932 July-1959
Box   85
American Mercury, 1926-1957
Associated Press (Coolidge interview)
Box   85
Readers, 1926
Box   86
Editorial comment, 1926-1927
Box   86
Atlantic Monthly, 1934-1937
Box   86
Bell Syndicate Inc. and North American Newspaper Alliance, 1923-1946
Box   86
Century Illustrated Magazine, 1921, 1923
Box   86
Christian Herald, 1923-1937, 1955
Collier's
Box   86
Staff, 1923-1926; 1936-1940
Readers
Box   86
, 1914
Box   87
, 1938-1960
Box   87
Condé Nast Publications, 1923-1941
Box   87
Congregationalist and Christian World, 1913-1926
Box   87
Cornellian Council Bulletin, 1932
Cosmopolitan
Box   87
Staff, 1928-1938
Box   87
Readers, 1938
Box   87
Country Home Magazine, 1930-1931
Box   87
Crowell-Collier Publishing Company, 1926-1945
Box   87
Curtis Publishing Company, 1921-1947
Box   87
Dry Goods Economist, 1930
Box   87
Duplex Envelope Company Inc., 1926-1927
Box   88
Editor and Publisher, 1934-1938
Box   88
Elks Magazine, 1923-1925
Every Week (readers' letters)
Box   88
, 1916-1918 June 20
Box   89
, 1918 June 21-1955
Box   89
Farm and Fireside, 1919-1928
Box   89
Farm Implement News, 1951
Box   89
Fortune, 1943
Box   89
Forum, 1931-1937
Good Housekeeping
Box   89
Staff, 1923-1950
Box   89
Readers, 1925-1940
Box   90
International Magazine Company, 1924-1934
Box   90
Jewish Veteran, 1940
King Features Syndicate
Box   90
Staff, 1935-1961
Box   90
“Reader” correspondence from acquaintances, and correspondence dealing with background material for editorials, 1949-1958
Readers
Box   90
, 1935
Box   91-96
, 1936-1937; 1949-1957; 1962
Box   97
Liberty, 1924-1939
Box   97
Literary Digest, 1923-1936
Box   97
Look, 1949-1955
Box   97
McCall's Magazine, 1923-1961
McClure Newspaper Syndicate
Box   97
Staff, 1926-1939
Box   97
Publicity materials for column, 1920s
Readers
Box   97
, 1926-1928
Box   98
, 1929-1952
Box   98
Metropolitan Newspaper Service, 1924-1952
Miscellaneous publications
Box   98
General, by name of publication, 1920s-1950s
Box   98
Writing requests, 1920s-1950s
Box   99
New York American, 1935-1937
Box   99
New York Herald Tribune, 1922-1944
Box   99
New Yorker, 1925-1933
North American Newspaper Alliance--see Bell Syndicate; Box 86
Box   100
Pictorial Review, 1925-1936
Box   100
Printers' Ink, 1920-1945
Box   100
Quarrie, W. F. & Company, 1930
Reader's Digest
Box   100
Staff and miscellaneous, 1928-1961
Note: See also Wallace; Box 70, and client correspondence; Box 79.
Readers
Box   100
, 1937-1944
Box   101-102
, 1945-1955
Box   103
, 1956
Redbook Magazine
Box   103
Staff, 1923-1937, 1945
Readers
Box   103
, 1918-1931
Box   104
, 1934-1950s
Box   104
Sales Management, 1924-1933
Box   104
Synagogue Light, 1938-1940
Box   104
Theatre Guild Inc., 1929-1930
Box   104
Theatre Magazine, 1928
Box   104
This Week Magazine, 1939-1960
Box   104
Vanity Fair, 1924, 1931-1936
Box   104
Washington Star, 1939
Box   104
Wedge, 1954-1960
Note: BBDO house organ reprint of “Which Knew Not Joseph,” originally a speech by Barton to the National Electric Light Association in 1923.
Box   104
World's Work, 1926-1930
Box   104
World Tomorrow, 1931
Woman's Home Companion
Box   104
Staff, 1921-1945
Box   104
Readers, 1937-1958
Box   104
Your Life, 1939-1942
Box   104
Youth's Companion, 1925-1927
Books
Box   105
Appleton-Century Company, 1928-1961
Box   105
Better Days, 1933-1944
Bobbs-Merrill Company
Box   105
Correspondence, 1924-1960
Box   106
Royalties, 1926-1959
Box   106
The Book Nobody Knows, 1925-1953
Note: See also Bobbs-Merrill; Box 105.
Box   106
Finding God in Millersville, 1916-1951
Box   106
He Upset the World, 1931-1952
“I Am New York” - see Bankers Trust; Box 3.
It's a Good Old World
Readers
Box   106
, 1914-1915; 1920 August-September
Box   107
, 1920 October-1952
Box   107
Making of George Groton, 1917-1946
The Man Nobody Knows
Box   107
Miscellaneous correspondence, reviews, lists, 1923-1950
Readers
Box   107
, 1924-1925
Box   108-109
, 1926-1956
Box   110
, 1957-1965
Box   110
Syndicated versions, 1924-1927
Note: See also Bobbs-Merrill; Box 105.
Box   110
The Man Nobody Knows and The Book Nobody Knows (combined editions), 1931-1960
Box   110
The Man of Galilee, 1928-1934
Box   110
More Power to You, 1927-1953
Box   110
On the Up and Up, 1931-1955
Box   110
“Post War Book,” 1943-1944
Note: Barton's folder title for correspondence dealing with a proposed book on foreign policy, never published. Drafts of this book are filed in Box 134.
Box   111
Scribner's (Charles Scribner's Sons, Publ.), 1922-1938
Box   111
“The Story of Business,” 1926-1928
Scope and Content Note: Correspondence relating to proposed book on history of business, never published; see also Bobbs-Merrill; Box 106.
Box   112
What I Have Learned About Life Insurance, 1933-1934
Scope and Content Note: Pamphlet written for “Financial Independence Through Life Insurance Week.”
Box   112
Wonder City Publishing Company, 1931
Box   112
A Young Man's Jesus, 1915-1927
Play
Box   112
“Babybound,” 1931
Scope and Content Note: Correspondence with prospective producers.
Motion Pictures
Box   112
General correspondence, 1926-1928, 1939
Scope and Content Note: Including correspondence with Famous Players - Lasky Corporation, and Paramount studios; also correspondence concerning Cecil B. DeMille's King of Kings, and about proposed Barton film, “The Man Who Forgot God,” never produced.
Better Day Pictures
Box   112
Correspondence, 1922-1933
Box   112
Financial records, 1923-1931
Note: See also Volume 12.
Box   112
Pictorial Clubs Inc., 1925-1926, 1944
Scope and Content Note: Correspondence concerning making film of The Man Nobody Knows.
Miscellaneous
Box   113
Letters offering suggestions for editorials, or kept by Barton as source material for editorials or articles, 1920s-1930s
Note: See also Boxes 139-140.
Readers
General correspondence with readers commenting on Barton's writings in general, or on other topics
Box   113
, 1926-1937
Box   114
, 1938-1961
Correspondence with readers seeking advice on various topics
Box   114
, 1920; 1923-1928 April
Box   115-116
, 1928 May-1942
Box   117
Correspondence with readers seeking advice on writing, 1935-1955