2 edition of Moberly Bell and his times found in the catalog.
Moberly Bell and his times
F. Harcourt Kitchin
American edition (G. P. Putnam"s sons, New York) has title: The London "Times" under the managership of Moberly Bell.
|Statement||by F. Harcourt Kitchin ("Bennet Copplestone")|
|LC Classifications||PN5129.L7 T55 1925|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 298 p.|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||25022027|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kitchin, F. Harcourt (Frederick Harcourt), Moberly Bell and his times. London, P. Allen & Co., BELL, CHARLES FREDERIC MOBERLY (–), manager of 'The Times,' born in Alexandria on 2 Aprilwas youngest child of Thomas Bell, of a firm of Egyptian merchants, who was on his mother's side first cousin of.
The Life and Letters of C. Moberly Bell. By his daughter E. Moberly Bell. (The Richards Press. 15s.) MOBERLY BELL'S life is largely a history of the Times during forty eventful years, and his daughter has provided us with a book of great interest which will be invaluable to all students of British journalism in the closing years of the last century and in the first decade of.
Charles Frederic Moberly Bell, (born April 2,Alexandria, Egypt—died April 5,London, England), British journalist who played a significant part in the management of The Times (London) during a troubled period.
Moberly Bell and his times book Educated privately in England, Bell returned to Alexandria in to work for a commercial firm but soon established an informal connection. Moberly Moberly Bell and his times book. and his Times.
By F. Harcourt Hitchin (Philip Allan. 12s. 6d.) MR. Krivoi-ars biography of Moberly Bell of the Times newspaper is a remarkable piece of work. As a. Bell, Enid Hester Chataway Moberly. Life & letters of C.F. Moberly Bell. London, The Richards press Ltd., (OCoLC) Named Person: C F Moberly Bell; C F Moberly Bell; C F Moberly Bell: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Enid Hester Chataway Moberly Bell.
His success with the Britannica reprint caused The Times to appoint Moberly Bell and his times book advertising director.
Inwith the aid of the British journalist C.F. Moberly Bell, he organized the Times Book Club. Shortly after Baron Northcliffe (afterward Moberly Bell and his times book Viscount Northcliffe) became proprietor of The Times inHooper left the. Contact Information; Kwix Rd Moberly, MO Phone: Fax: Special Services: Special Services Fax: After Pearson withdrew his offer, The Times was sold for £, to Northcliffe (or, technically, to Moberly Bell, acting as Northcliffe’s agent to keep Moberly Bell and his times book name out of it) on Mawith guarantees of editorial independence and continuity of staff.
Times Newspapers also publishes The Times. It is the current publisher of The Times, The Sunday Times and The Sun newspapers and its former publications include the Today, News of the World and The London Paper newspapers.
It was commissioned by the British newspaper The Times in and conceived by Stanley Morison, the artistic advisor to the British branch. The life and letters of C. Moberly Bell / by his daughter ; introd. by Sir Valentine Chirol: 8 illust London Wikipedia Citation Moberly Bell and his times book see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
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