"M.E.S.," his book, a tribute and a souvenir of the twenty-five years, 1893-1918, of the service of Melville E. Stone as general manager of the Associated Press

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"Fifteen hundred copies ... have been printed from type by Harper & Brothers, and the type distributed." "Compiled in pursuance of a resolution of the Board of directors of the Associated Press."--Introductory note Introductory note.--"My dear Mel," a letter from V.F. Lawson.--Melville E. Stone, a biographical sketch, by J.P. Gavit.--Melville Stone as I have known him, by F.B. Noyes.--A servant of press and public, a personal tribute, by F.B. Jennings.--Property in news, an article and a tribute by Hon. P.S. Grosscup. Property in news, a letter from M.E. Stone to Hon. F.W. Lehmann.--Is the Associated Press a trust? an address by F.W. Lehmann.--Articles and addresses by Melville E. Stone (p. 87-[292])--Stone and the linotype, sketch of the part played by M.E. Stone in the development of the Mergenthaler typesetting machine.--Verses by and about M.E.S.--Appendix: A. A directory of the officers and directors of the Associated Press since 1892: Illinois corporation, 1892-1900; New York corporation, 1900-1918. B. List of officers, directors, and members, 1917-1918. C. Certificate of incorporation, by-laws, and resolutions of the Associated Press.--Index
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