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American Mercury, The


American Mercury, The: A popular magazine, founded by H.L. Mencken, that published major authors and thinkers of the 1920s and 30s moved its offices to 360 Main Street in 1936, [P9/1936]; was still publishing there in 1938. Paul Palmer of Wilton Road East was editor and publisher in 1937 and Gordon Carroll, also of Ridgefield, was managing editor. (Mr. Carroll was later a founder of Famous Writers School in Westport.)


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Scott House Journal, July 2024

This edition of the Scott House Journal features the Civil War letters of Edwin Darling Pickett who was killed at the Battle of Gettysburg at age 28.

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