The Outlook (American)
The Outlook: An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Current Life (1870–1935) was a weekly magazine, published in New York City.
In 1900, the ranking weekly journals of news and opinion were The Independent (1870), The Nation (1865), the Outlook (1870), and in a different class or with a different emphasis, The Literary Digest (1890).
- Theodore Roosevelt was an associate editor for The Outlook, publishing his first article March 6, 1909.
- Edwin Arlington Robinson
- Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Rufus Bellamy, and Harold Trowbridge Pulsifer were editors.
- Oscar Cesare, was an editorial cartoonist for the magazine.
- Stanley Frost, series of articles on the Ku Klux Klan 1920s
Full-text on-line versions available via Google Books (last accessed 2009-07-30):
Poetry from the Outlook, Scribner's, Harper's, and Century (magazine) was reprinted in (1913) in William Stanley Braithwaite, Alan Frederick Pater: Anthology of Magazine Verse for ... and Year Book of American Poetry. W. S. Braithwaite.
- ↑ 18th & 19th Century Periodicals in Nimitz Library or abvailable online. usna.edu (Last updated 5 April 2010). Retrieved on 25 November 2010.
- ↑ Edward Wagenknecht (1982). American profile, 1900-1909. Univ of Massachusetts Press. ISBN 9780870233517.
- ↑ Roosevelt, Theodore (1909). in Alfred Emanuel Smith: New Outlook. Outlook Publishing Company, Inc..
- ↑ John Hall Wheelock, Matthew Joseph Bruccoli, Judith Baughman (2002). The last romantic. Univ of South Carolina Press. ISBN 9781570034633.
- ↑ William Stanley Braithwaite, ed. (1878–1962). Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1920 - Articles and Reviews of Poets and Poetry Published During 1919–1920. bartleby.com. Retrieved on 25 November 2010.