Men Essential to the Christian Science Moniter

Title

Men Essential to the Christian Science Moniter

Creator

Dixon, Frederick, d. 1923

Identifier

WWP25396

Date

No date

Description

List of employees Dixon wanted to protect from the draft.

Source

Library of Congress, Woodrow Wilson Papers

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

Subject

American newspapers
Christian Science monitor
World War, 1914-1918--United States

Contributor

Danna Faulds

Relation

WWP25395

Language

English

Provenance

Document scan was taken from Library of Congress microfilm reel of the Wilson Papers. WWPL volunteers transcribed the text.

Text

Lamont Rowlands, Trustee of 68 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass.
The Christian Science Publishing
Society

Henry Newmark, Secretary to Editor, The Braemore “ “

Walter Cunningham, Charge of Foreign
side of the paper, 93 Binney Street “ “

Charles M. Stow, Editor of Feature
pages, 5 Wellington Court, Roxbury “

George S. Leonard, Charge of Art depart-
ment of paper, including all pictures
and maps, 462 Harvard Street, Brookline “

Avery Brown, one of the page editors 70 Oakley Road, Belmont “

Henry J. Sowerby, copy editor, 50 Peterborough St. Boston, “

Arthur S. Hollis, American news dept. 215 Huntington Ave. Boston “

Charles Reid, Make-up editor, 15 Glendale Street Everett “

George M.R. Holmes, Sporting editor 39 Bartlett Street Andover “

William S. Allen, American News editor 17 Nowell Road, Melrose Hts. “

Ernest C. Sherburne, Theatrical editor 105 Grover Ave Winthrop Hts. “

Original Format

List

To

Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924

Files

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/WWI1339A.pdf

Collection

Citation

Dixon, Frederick, d. 1923, “Men Essential to the Christian Science Moniter,” No date, WWP25396, World War I Letters, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.