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Kent Cooper and the Associated Press; an autobiography.

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  • 2 of 2 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLI 070.43 C777k (Text) 00000106949811 Indiana book Available -
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  • Physical Description: 334 pages illustrations 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York, Random House [1959]

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Who prompted this writing? -- A new century dawns -- Sam Blythe's synonym -- Majoring in telephony -- Through the barriers of yesteryear -- In remembrance of a telegrapher -- Heartfelt thanks for pensions -- The turning point -- The years of World War I -- Music heralds a sunrise -- Into the highest position -- The AP's first interview -- Amusing a president -- New features and news photos -- My only AP dispatch -- A martyr to a hope -- An astonishing suggestion -- When AP loyalty began -- It could have been otherwise -- Ochs--Munsey--Hearst -- The AP's loyalty brigade -- The birth of wirephoto -- Dedicated men -- An AP reportorial hall of fame -- Into the world at large -- The government makes its case -- Four times fifteen -- Postscript.
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Also issued online.
Subject: Cooper, Kent, 1880-1965.
Associated Press.
Journalists > Biography.
Journalists > Correspondence.
Genre: Autobiographies.

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