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Will Irwin

a.k.a. William Henry Irwin

Author Code: AWHI

Born: Sep. 14, 1873 - Oneida, New York, USA

Died: Feb. 24, 1948 - New York City, New York, USA

Educated at Stanford University,Irwin finally managed to graduate in 1899 after having been expelled the previous year. he began working for the San Francisco Chronicle in 1901, but moved to New York in 1904 and got a job with The New York Sun. He reported for the Sun on the San Francisco earthquake in 1906 and later that year was lured away by McClure's Magazine. He then took a position with Collier's. As one of the 'muckrackers', Irwin produced numerous critical analyses on subjects such as American journalism. During the First World War, he was one of the first American reporters on the scene in 1914. Over the years he wrote articles for Collier's in addition to The Saturday Evening Post and the New York Tribune. He was appointed to Herbert Hoover's Commission for Relief in Belgium in 1914 and in 1918 joined the Committee on Public Information. After the war, Irwin continued in journalism while producing a number of fiction and non-fiction works. These included Readjustment (1910), Red Button (1912),Where the Heart Is (1912), Reporter at Armageddon (1918), Next War (1920), Columbine Time (1921), Christ or Mars? (1923), Youth Rides West (1925), Biographical Reminiscences (1928), Propaganda and the News (1936) and Making of a Reporter (1942).

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AWHI002 The City That Was 1906 9 170k eBook Download PDF - 'The City That Was' (AWHI002) Find a printed copy of The City That Was by Will Irwin at AbeBooks
AWHI003 The House of Mystery 1910 70 378k eBook Download PDF - 'The House of Mystery' (AWHI003) Find a printed copy of The House of Mystery by Will Irwin at AbeBooks
AWHI001 The Readjustment 1910 96 435k eBook Download PDF - 'The Readjustment' (AWHI001) Find a printed copy of The Readjustment by Will Irwin at AbeBooks

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