A History of the Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University

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A History of the Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University by Richard T. Baker. Part of a series published by the University to commemorate their bicentennial in 1954. 144 page hardcover book with dust jacket, both in very good condition. Joseph Pulitzer conceived of the school in the 1890s and approached the president of the University to start it. Their discussion didn't go well, but the school did open in 1912. Richard baker was a professor of journalism at Columbia. Includes a hand full of black and white photos including the first class of the journalism school in 1912-1913. A difficult to find book.

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