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MAGAZINES

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State Department of Education
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CONTENTS


Page

FOREWORD i

INTRODUCTION 1

ANNOTATED LIST OF MAGAZINES

I. General and Miscellaneous 5
II. Art 11
III. Business and Economics 13
IV. Education 15
V. English 17
VI. Health and Physical Education 19
VII. History and Geography 20
VIII. Home Economics 21
IX. Mathematics 22
X. Modern Languages 22
XI. Music 23
XII. Nursing 23
XIII. Philosophy and Religion 24
XIV. Psychology 24
XV. Science--Biological 25
XVI. Science--Physical 25
XVII. Social and Political Sciences 27
XVIII. Vocational and Technical Arts 29
XIX. Florida Publications 30

APPENDIX I 33

APPENDIX II 35


INDEX








BASIC MATERIALS
FOR
FLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGE LIBRARIES


Reference Books

Magazines


Louis Shores

Dorothy Mae Poteat


To be issued later


Books Science

Books English Language
and Literature

Books History

Books Biography and Geography

Audio Visual Materials and
Equipment


Robert Greene

Katherine Hammond


David Lee

Charlotte Dabbs

Mary Alice Hunt


22CJC-1

22CJC-2


22CJC-3a

22CJC-3b


22CJC-3c

22CJC-3d

22CJC-4


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FOREWORD


This series of bulletins numbered 22CJC is devoted to various list-

ings of Basic Materials for Florida Junior College Libraries. Sponsored'

jointly by the Division of Community Junior Colleges of the State Depart-

ment of Education and by the Library School of Florida State University,

the bulletins are designed to provide convenient, up-to-date materials

lists for Florida's rapidly developing junior college libraries.

Dr. Louis Shores, Dean, and Sarah Reed, Assistant Professor, Florida

State University Library School are the general editors of the series.

Students and faculty of the Florida State University Library School and

the Department of Audio-Visual Education are working under their direction

in preparing the initial lists. The book lists are being prepared by

graduate students in the Library School at Florida State University. After

each list has been completed, it is then circulated among junior college

librarians and faculty members, both in Florida and outside the State.

The list is then compiled on the basis of the pooled judgment of the

respondents and appears as a Materials Bulletin.

These lists should prove useful not only because they are prepared

with the needs of the community junior college curricula clearly in mind,

but also because the two major basic lists, Bertalan's BOOKS FOR JUNIOR

COLLEGES (1954) and Mohrhardt s A LIST OF BOOKS FOR JUNIOR COLLEGE LIBRARIES

(1937), are out of date. It will be appreciated if suggestions as to

additions and deletions are forwarded to the Division of Community Junior

Colleges, State Department of Education, for consideration in subsequent

revisions of these bulletins.







A special word of appreciation goes to the students who have under-

taken these projects and to the librarians and faculty members who by

giving so generously of their time and knowledge have made this series

of publications possible.

I also would like to mention particularly Dr. Louis Shores, Dean of

the Florida State University Library School, Miss Sarah Reed, Assistant

Professor of Library Science, and Dr. James L. Wattenbarger, Director,

Division of Community Junior Colleges, State Department of Education

for their special contributions to this entire series.


of Public Instruction







INTRODUCTION TO BASIC LIST OF MAGAZINES FOR FLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGES


Louis Shores, Dean, Library School
Florida State University
and
Sarah Reed, Assistant Professor, Library Science



In partial fulfillment of the Master's degree at Florida State

University, Dorothy Mae Poteat, Librarian of Emmanuel College, Franklin

Springs, Georgia, prepared an annotated list of 122 magazines for Florida

junior colleges.1 Her list appears here as the second in the series of

Materials Bulletins being sponsored jointly by the Division of Community

Junior Colleges, Florida State Department of Education, and the Library

School of Florida State University. As a basis for her list, Miss Poteat

obtained the pooled judgment of librarians and faculty members in the

thirty-three junior colleges listed in Appendix I. Of the latter, eleven

are from Florida and the remainder from the states of California, Georgia,

Idaho, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New York,

North Carolina, and Texas.

The magazines are arranged in three sections (1) general and mis-

cellaneous, (2) subject areas as determined by a study of the curricula

of the Florida junior colleges, and (3) Florida magazines.2 In tabulating



1Dorothy Mae Poteat, "A Basic List of Magazines for Florida Junior
Colleges" (unpublished Master's Study, Florida State University, 1959).

2The preliminary checklist of Florida magazines was circulated only
to Florida respondents.








the respondents' evaluations, two points were recorded for a magazine

rated as essential; one point, for a magazine rated as desirable but not

essential. In this Bulletin are listed under each subject area all those

magazines which fell among the upper half of the titles on the basis of

number of points received and which at the same time received at least

half of the points possible. As a result, 122 magazines of the 291 titles

on the preliminary checklist appear here on the final list.

The number of titles to be included was influenced by the fact that

the median number of magazines reported by junior colleges in January, 1959,

was 106.1 The range was from 10 in the newly established Juneau-Douglas

Community College to 468 titles at Tarleton State College, Stephenville,

Texas. Of the 171 junior college libraries reporting, 62% subscribed to

125 or fewer magazines. Miss Poteatts final list of 122 titles, therefore,

seems an appropriate listing for first purchase and also of sufficient

scope to render the list useful to those Florida junior college libraries

which are expanding beyond minimal requirements. In presenting her list,

Miss Poteat warns that just as course offerings vary from college to col-

lege, so does the need for particular periodicals. She also calls attention

to such limitations in her procedure as the prejudicial positions of older,

established publications, the variation in the community college concept as

revealed by respondents, and the unfavorable position of the highly spe-

cialized magazines.

Miss Poteat prepared the initial checklist by examining periodicals,

by consulting members of the Florida State University faculty, and by



"IJunior College Library Statistics, 1957-1958," College and Research
Libraries, XX (January, 1959), 60.








checking lists such as the following: Bertalan's1, the magazines especial-

ly recommended for junior colleges in the 1947 edition of The Classified

List of Reference Books and Periodicals for College Libraries issued by the

Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, the magazines given

the highest ratings by the librarians in the medium-budget libraries accord-

ing to June Andersonts survey,2 the 53 magazines read fairly regularly and

enjoyed most by 1% or more of the 13,498 students studied by W. C. Eells,3

and the 111 magazines taken by 1 or more junior college libraries as revealed

in the survey made by H. M. Adams.4 Helpful suggestions were obtained from

various members of the faculty of Florida State University including mem-

bers of the Arts Education faculty; Dr. Victor Oelschlager, Head of the

Modern Languages Department; Miss Louise Richardson and Miss Nancy Bird of

the Library Staff; and Earl A. McIntyre of the Department of Journalism.

Since respondents indicated that the modern language section of the

preliminary checklist might not be adequate, Miss Poteat conferred with

Dr. Oelschlager, who suggested that in addition to the titles on the Basic

List, a library might want to consider the four titles noted in Appendix II.

Magazines suggested for first purchase are double-starred; those sug-

gested for second purchase are single-starred. The basis for starring these

titles was a consideration of the returns from respondents, the recognition


'Frank J. Bertalan, Books for Junior Colleges (Chicago: American
Library Assn., 1954).

2"Selective List of Periodicals for Small Two-Year Colleges" (unpub-
lished Master's thesis, Kent State University, 1951).

3"Periodicals Read by Junior College Students," Library Quarterly,
XII (July, 1942), 474-85.
4"Library Periodicals," Junior College Journal, IX (March, 1939),
337-39.







of the number of titles to which a new junior college would probably be able

to subscribe, and the examination of the magazines themselves. Quotations

cited in the annotations were taken from the various mastheads.

Twelve periodical indexes were checked, and whenever a title was found

to be included, that information is indicated by means of the following ab-

breviationst

App.Sci.& T.I. Applied Science and Technology Index.

Art I. Art Index.

B.I. Biography Index.

B.R.D. Book Review Digest

Bus.Per.I. Business Periodicals Index.

Ed.I. Education Index.

Eng.I. Engineering Index.

Int.I. International Index.

L.L. Library Literature.

M.I. Music Index.

P.A.I.S. Public Affairs Information Service.

R.G. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature.






I. General And Miscellaneous


*ALA Bulletin, 1907-

Monthly (bi-monthly July-August). 50 E. Huron St., Chicago 11,
Membership.

The official journal of the American Library Association giving
material of general interest to anyone interested in Library work. An-
nouncements and reports of events in the world of librarianship and news
of the association.

Indexed int Ed.I., P.A.I.S., B.I., L.L.


**Atlantic Monthly, 1857-

Monthly. 8 Arlington St., Boston 16. $7.50.

An authoritative monthly for influential leaders of thought in
literature, religion, economics, politics, and social affairs. Includes
essays, poetry, stories, and reviews of books and records.

Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D., B.I.


*Booklist and Subscription Books Bulletin, 1905-

Semi-monthly (monthly, August). American Library Association, 50
East Huron St., Chicago 11. $6.00

Although they merged in September, 1956, the Booklist section still
lists materials recommended for library purchase, and the Subscription
Books Bulletin section continues to review publications of a reference
nature that are recommended as well as those not recommended. Dewey
classification number, subject headings, and L. C. card number are given
for each book in the classified section. Annual index by author, title,
and subject.

Indexed in: B.R.D., P.A.I.S.


College and Research Libraries. 1939-

Bi-monthly. American Library Association, 1201-05 Bluff St., Ful-
ton, Mo. Subscription included in membership dues to ACRL of $6.00 or
more. Other subscriptions $5.00.

Official journal of the Association of College and Research Libraries,
a division of the American Library Association. Articles by outstanding
authorities in librarianship, news from the field, announcements, listings






of new periodicals, signed book reviews. Library statistics for college
and universities, teachers colleges, and junior colleges appear annually
in the January issue.

Indexed int P.A.I.S., L.L., B.I.


Coronet, 1936-

Monthly. Coronet Building, Boulder, Colo. $3.00.

Articles of popular appeal both in subjects treated and style of
writing. Each issue carries two or more "Pictorial Features."

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


**Current Biography, 19h0-

Monthly (except August). H. W. Wilson Co., 950-972 University Ave.,
New York 52. $S.o0.

Articles on people who are prominent in national and international
affairs, including government, science, art, education, business and
finance. Illustrated. Correct pronunciation of unusual names. Good
cumulative indexes.

Indexed int B.I.


**Harper's Magazine, 1850-

Monthly. 49 East 33rd St., New York 16. $6.00.

Similar in scope and value to the Atlantic but gives more attention
to debatable topics of the day.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


Holiday, 19h6-

Monthly. Curtis Publishing Co., Independence Square, Philadelphia 5.
$5.00.

Beautifully illustrated articles featuring places of interest through-
OUt the world.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.






*HLibrary Journal, 1876-


Semi-monthly (monthly in July and August). R. R. Bowker Co.,
62 West 46th St., New York 36. $9.00

Articles on librarianship by outstanding librarians. Reviews of
books, new films based on books, and recordings. News and events in the
library world; monthly Junior Libraries section.

Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D., P.A.I.S., B.I., L.L.


**Life. V.1, 1936-

Weekly. Time, Inc., $40 North Michigan Ave., Chicago. $7.75.

A profusely illustrated record of the great events of current history
and of the developments in the arts and sciences..

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


Look. v. 1, 1937-

Bi-weekly. Look Building, Des Moines 4. $5.00.

Profusely illustrated articles on national affairs, human relations,
sports, entertainment, fashions, and other topics.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


Nation. v. 1, 1865-

Weekly (except for omission of four summer issues). 333 Sixth Ave.,
New York 14. $8.00.

Analytical commentaries on political, social, literary, and economic
affairs. Contains reviews and evaluations of drama, art, music, books,
and films.

Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D.


*New Republic. v. 1, 1914-

Weekly (except for omissions of four summer issues). 1244 19th
St. N.W., Washington 6, D.C. $8.00.

Articles from a liberal point of view on social, political, and economic
problems. Evaluations of books, movies, theatre, television, music, and
art.








Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D., B.T.


-New York Times Book Review. 1896-

Weekly. Times Souare, New York 36. $h.80.

A section of the Sunday issue of New York Times but may be subscribed
to as a separate. An important weekly book review much used by the general
public. Signed articles. Each issue lists the best sellers for the week.

Indexed in: B.R.D., B.I.


*New York Times Magazine. 1896-

Weekly. Times Square, New York 36. Not available separately.
Subscription to complete Sunday New York Times which includes the Book
Review and Magazine. $15.50.

Concise and interesting articles appealing to the general reader.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


New Yorker, 1925-

Weekly. 25 West 43rd St., New York 36. $7.00.

Fiction, humor, cartoons, and articles appealing to the sophisticated
reader. News and discussions of books, art, the theatre, musical events,
and political reports from abroad.

Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D., B.I.


*Newsweek, 1933-

Weekly. 350 Dennison Av., Dayton 1. $6.00.

The important news of the week is summarized under various headings,
such as national affairs, on-scene international reports, religion and
press. Illustrated. Movie and book reviews.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


Parents' Magazine and Family Home Guide, 1926-

Monthly. Bergenfield, N.J. $3.50.

"On rearing children from crib to college." Includes articles for both







parents and teachers on problems in child training and understanding, and
on family life and living. Reviews books and records. Family movie guide.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


Publishers' Weekly. v. 1, 1872-

Weekly. R. R. Bowker Co., 3rd and Hunting Park Ave., Philadelphia
4o. S.1100

The American book trade journal. Deals with all aspects of the book
trade industry including authors, publishers, dealers, sales, and pro-
motions. Regular features include previews of coming publications, a
list of best sellers, and a list of all books published the week of issue
with descriptive annotations. The spring, summer, and fall announcement
numbers list books to be published that season.

Indexed in: Bus. Per. I., B.I.


*Reader's Digest. v. 1, 1922-

Monthly. Pleasantville, N. Y. $4.00.

Most articles are condensations from other periodicals, but a few
are original. Each issue also contains a condensation of a bestseller.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


The Reporter. v. 1, 1949-

Fortnightly. 136 East 57th St., New York 22. $6.00.

A liberal journal interpreting the major events of the world. "Views
and Reviews" of movies, theatre, music, and books.

Indexed in: R.G., P.A.I.S., B.I.


Saturday Evening Post. v. 1, 1728

Weekly. The Curtis Publishing Co., Independence Square, Phila-
delphia 5. $6.00.

Carries short stories, feature articles, and serialized novels of a
popular nature. Illustrated.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.








**Saturday Review. v. 1, 1924-

Weekly. 25 West 4th St., New York 36. $7.00

The aristocrat of the book review journals. Includes also articles
on a variety of subjects; travel notes; reviews of music, television,
radio, theatre, and movies.

Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D., B.I.


**Time. v. 1, 1923-

Weekly. 520 North Michigan Ave., Chicago 11. $7.00.

A valuable weekly giving the outstanding news of the world in
articles of moderate length. Biographical sketches of prominent per-
sonalities. Book reviews. Briefly noted listings of movies, TV pro-
grams, and broadway plays.

Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D., B.I.


Travel. v. 1, 1901-

Monthly. 50 West 57th St., New York 19. $5.00.

Subtitle: "The magazine that roams the globe." Articles on places
of interest all over the world. Two regular features "Calendar Jottings
." and "Roaming the Globe with Travel" list and discuss outstanding
shows, festivals, and other events. Armchair travelers and those who
really travel will find this magazine enjoyable and profitable reading.

Indexed in: R.G.


*United States News and World Report. v. 1, 1933-

Weekly. U. S. News Publishing Corp., 2300 N. St., N. W., Washing-
ton 7, D.C. $6.00.

Subtitle: "The Complete News Magazine." Inclined toward longer
news articles rather than many short ones. Articles are frequently in
the form of interviews with experts.

Indexed in: R.G., P.A.I.S., B.I.


*Vital Speeches of the Day. v. 1, 1934-

Semi-monthly. City News Publishing Co., 33 West 42nd St., New
York 36. $7.00.






Publishes the important addresses of t.e recognized leaders of
public opinion. It is the policy of the magazine "to cover both sides
of public questions and to print all speeches in full" unless it is
necessary to condense a speech because of its length. Excellent for
debaters.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


*Wilson Library Bulletin. v. 1, 1914-

Monthly (except July-August). The H. VT. Wilson Co., 950-972
University Ave., New York 52. $3.00.

Helpful articles for the school and public librarian. Regular
features include biographical sketches of current authors, evaluation of
current reference books, publicity ideas, opportunities for librarians,
and obituaries of authors.

Indexed int R.G., Ed.I., L.L., B.I.


Yale Review. v. 1, 1911-

Quarterly. Yale University Press, 28 Hillhouse Ave., New Haven.
$4.oo.

In addition to articles of a high literary quality on a wide range
of subjects, especially in the social sciences, most issues contain a
short story and several poems. Book reviews.

Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D., P.A.I.S., B.I.


II. Art


**American Artist. v. 1, 1937-

Monthly (except July and August). Watson-Guptill Publications, Inc.,
24 West UOth St., New York 18. $6.00.

Critical and historical articles on art and artists. Book notes,
calendar of art events, and annual buyer's guide of selected art and
craft materials.

Indexed in: R.G., Art I., B.I.

The Architectural Forum. v. 1, 1892-

Monthly. Time, Inc., 9 Rockefeller Plaza, New York 20. $6.50.






Contains illustrated articles on buildings and building. Discusses
products, new books, new ideas. Suitable for mature students.

Indexed int B.I., App. Sci. & T.I., Art I., Eng. I., P.A.I.S.


**Art News. v. 1, 1902-

Monthly (except quarterly June-July-August). The Art Foundation
Press, Inc., 32 East Fifty-Seventy St., New York 22. $9.00.

Articles and news items provide a thorough coverage of developments
in the art world. Many illustrations.

Indexed ins Art I., B.I.


Craft Horizons. v. 1, 1941-

Bi-monthly. 29 West 53rd St., New York 19. $4.00.

Excellent illustrated articles on ceremics, jewelry, metalwork,
textiles, and carving. Notices of exhibitions and book reviews. The
May/June issue carries an annual listing of places where handcrafts are
shown and sold and of study opportunities in the field.

Indexed in: Art I., B.I.


*Design. v. 1, 1899-

Bimonthly (except July and August). 337 South High St., Columbus.
$.0oo.

The magazine of creative art for art teachers and craftsmen. Similar
to Craft Horizons but emphasizes art education, painting, and drawing.

Indexed in: R.G., Art I.


School Arts. v. 1, 1901-

Monthly (except July and August.) Printers Building, Worcester 8,
Mass. $6.00.

The art education magazine. Designed primarily for the art teacher
but useful for the home artist and craftsman. Articles on the theory of
art education and on specific things to do or make. News of the National
Art Education Association.

Indexed int R.G., Ed.I., B.R.D.







III. Business and Economics


American Economic Review. v. 1, 1911-

5 times a year. Northwestern University, Evanston. $6.00.

Published by the American Economic Association. Contains scholarly.
articles on all aspects of economics, book reviews, and a classified,
international listing of new books and of periodical articles. The com-
plete papers and proceedings of the Association's annual meeting appear
in the May issue; September issue lists doctoral dissertations in political
economy completed and in progress in American colleges and universities.

Indexed in: Int.I, B.R.D., P.A.I.S.


Business Education World. v. 1, 1920-

Monthly (except July and August). 330 West h2nd St., New York 36.
$4.oo.

Formerly The Key and The American Shorthand Teacher. Contains articles
and suggestions for the business teacher. Includes shorthand, typing,
bookkeeping, and salesmanship.

Indexed in: Ed.I.


*Business Week. v. 1, 1929-

Weekly. 330 West 42nd St., New York 36. $6.00

Accurate coverage of the business world including departments on
finance, industry, labor, management, marketing, and production.

Indexed in: R.G., Bus.Per.I., P.A.I.S., B.I.


Changing Times. v. 1, 1947-

Monthly. 1729 HSt., N.W., Washington 6, D.C. $6.00.

Short readable articles of popular appeal on such topics as business
and economic affairs, education, and homemaking.

Indexed in: R.G., P.A.I.S.


Federal Reserve Bulletin. v. 1, 1915-

Monthly. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washing-
ton 25, D.C. $6.00.







Each issue carries one or more articles on some phase of economic
conditions plus such regular features as "Current Events and Announce-
ments" and "National Summary of Business Conditions." The bulk of each
issue consists of financial and business statistics both national and
international.

Indexed int Bus. Per. I., P.A.I.S.


**Fortune. v. 1, 1930-

Monthly. Time, Inc., $40 North Michigan Ave., Chicago 11. $10.00.

Colorful, well-written articles on social, economic, and political
trends and their implications for business. Contains reliable studies
of large industrial and commercial enterprises.

Indexed in: R.G., Bus.Per.I., P.A.I.S.


Monthly Labor Review. v. 1, 1915-

Monthly. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C.
$6.25.

Published by the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, each issue con-
tains articles and summaries of studies and reports pertaining to labor.
Regular departments: "The Labor Month in Review," "Significant Discus-
sions in Labor Cases," "Chronology of Recent Labor Events," "Develop-
ments in Industrial Relations," "Book Reviews and Notes," and "Current
Labor Statistics."

Indexed in: R.G., Bus. Per.I., P.A.I.S.


*Nation's Business. v. 1, 1912-

Monthly. 1615 H. St., N.W., Washington 6, D. C. $18.00 for 3
years.

Official organ of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Re-
views and interprets political events from the viewpoint of business.
Articles on current business conditions and outlook for the future.

Indexed in:t R.G., P.A.I.S., B.I., Bus. Per.I.


Rotarian. v. 1, 1911-

Monthly. 1600 Ridge Ave., Evanston. $2.00

Official publication of Rotary International. Carries authoritative







notices and articles on the organization as well as articles on economics
and business, social concepts, and community planning.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


Survey of Current Business. v. 1, 1921-

Monthly. U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C.
$4.oo.

Published by the Office of Business Economics of the U. S. Department
of Commerce. A monthly review of trends in business with one or two
feature articles. Over half of each issue is devoted to "Monthly Business
Statistics." Subscription price includes a weekly supplement of business
statistics.

Indexed in: Bus. Per.I., P.A.I.S.


IV. Education

Higher Education. v. 1, 1945-

Monthly (except June-August). U. S. Government Printing Office,
Washington 25, D. C. $.75.

Published by the Higher Education Division of the U. S. Office of
Education. Contains news of and articles on higher education. Lists
new publications in the field.

Indexed in: Ed.I., P.A.I.S., B.I.


Journal of Educational Psychology. v. 1, 1910

Bimonthly. American Psychological Assn., 1333 Sixteenth St.,
N.W., Washington 6, D. C. $8.00.

"Publishes original investigations of problems of learning, teaching,
and the psychological development of the individual. It contains articles
on . the psychology of school subjects; experimental studies of learn-
ing; the development of interests, attitudes, personality, social relations,
and vocational orientation . ; emotion, motivation, and character;
mental development; and methods."

Indexed in: Ed.I.


Journal of Higher Education. v. 1, 1930-

Monthly (except July-September). Ohio State University Press,
Columbus 10. $6.00.







"The editorial staff seeks nine times a year to bring to its constitu-
ency reports of significant investigations in the instructional, adminis-
trative, personnel, and curricular problems in all branches of higher
education." News of developments in colleges and universities. Book
reviews.

Indexed in: Ed.I.


**Junior College Journal. v. 1, 1930.

Monthly (except June-August). 1785 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.,
Washington 6, D. C. $h.00.

Official organ of the American Association of Junior Colleges. Articles
on all phases of the junior college program by outstanding junior college
educators and by others interested in junior college work. News from
junior colleges all over the nation.

Indexed in: Ed.I., B.I.


**National Education Association Journal. v. 1, 1913-

Monthly (except June-August). 1201 16th St., N.W., Washington
6, D. C. Membership.

Official journal of the National Education Association. News of the
association, general articles on education, and helpful suggestions for
the classroom teacher.

Indexed in: R.G., Ed.I.


Personnel and Guidance Journal. v. 1, 1921-

Monthly (except June-August). 1605 New Hampshire Ave., N.W.,
Washington 9, D. C. $7.00.

Formerly Occupations. Official publication of the American Personnel
and Guidance Association. "Designed as a publication medium for articles
dealing with significant practices in personnel and guidance work, current
problems in the field, trends in training personnel and guidance workers,
and theory and research that give promise of practical application." News
of the field, Association activities, book reviews.

Indexed in: R.G., Ed.I.


*School and Society. v. 1, 1915-

Biweekly (except July and August). Society for the Advancement of
Education, Inc., 1834 Broadway, New York 23. $7.50








Articles on various phases of education by outstanding leaders in
the field, news of events and personalities, reports of educational
research, and selected booklists.

Indexed ins R.G., B.R.D., Ed.I., B.T.


School Life. v. 1, 1918-

Monthly (except June-August). U. S. Government Printing Office,
Washington 25, D. C. $1.00.

Official journal of the U. S. Office of Education. Reports legisla-
tion and Federal programs and activities affecting education. Articles
on education at home and abroad. Statistical information of national
interest.

Indexed in: R.G., Ed.I., P.A.I.S., B.I.


V. English

American Literature. v. 1, 1929-

Quarterly. Duke University Press, Durham, N. C. $5.00.

"A journal of literary history, criticism, and bibliography." In
addition to scholarly articles on American writers and writings, each
issue contains "Notes and Queries," book reviews, a list of disserta-
tions on American literature completed and in progress, and "Articles
on American Literature Appearing in Current Periodicals."

Indexed ins Int.I., B.I.


**College English. v. 1, 1939-

Monthly (except June-September). National Council of Teachers of
English, 704 South Sixth St., Champaign, Ill. $4.00.

An official organ of the National Council of Teachers of English ad-
dressed to college teachers of English. Articles on the teaching of
English and on general literary subjects, news of the NCTE, and book
reviews.

Indexed int Ed.I., B.I.


Modern Language Association of America Publications. v. 1, 1884-

Five times a year. 6 Washington Square North, New York 3. $12.00








Erudite articles (some in a language other than English) on literature
and languages from medieval times to the present. The special April
issue is devoted mainly to proceedings of the national and regional modern
language associations, and "Annual Bibliography" international in scope,
and a biennial listing of book-length projects and doctoral dissertations
in progress. The September supplementary issue gives foreign language
entrance and degree requirements, a list of the members of the Modern
Language Association, and a selected list of fellowships and grants.

Indexed in: Int.I., B.I.


Poetry. v. 1, 1912-

Monthly. 1018 North State St., Chicago 10. $5.00.

Devoted, almost exclusively, to new and experimental poetry of both
younger and established poets. Critical book reviews and an occasional
essay on poetry.

Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D., B.I.


Quarterly Journal of Speech. v. 1, 1915-

Quarterly. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge 3. $5.50.

Published by the Speech Association of America. Articles on great
speakers and outstanding actors and actresses, case studies and research,
and techniques in speechmaking. Covers a variety of topics from grammar
to the theatre. News of the Association and book reviews.

Indexed ins Ed.I., B.I.


**Theatre Arts. v. 1, 1916-

Monthly. 1421 East Main St., Saint Charles, Ill. $7.50.

Articles on the theatre and theatre personalities. Reviews of current
plays with numerous photographs from current productions. Each issue
gives the full text of a current Broadway play and news of the theatre.

Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D., B.I.


The Writer. v. 1, 1887-

Monthly. 8 Arlington St., Boston 16. $.00.

"The oldest writers' magazine." Experienced writers give straightfor-
ward advice to young writers. "The Poetry Column" prints and criticizes








poems by beginners. Each issue contains an up-to-date list of suitable
markets for writers and announcements of prize offers and awards. A good
magazine for use in creative writing courses.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


VI. Health and Physical Education

*Journal of Health-Physical Education-Recreation. v. 1, 1896-

Monthly (except bimonthly May-June; not pub. July-August). 1201
Sixteenth St., N.W., Washington 6, D. C. $10.00.

Official organ of the American Association for Health, Physical
Education, and Recreation. Contains articles, news, and announcements
of the Association, audio-visual aids, listings of new books, and
answers to health questions in physical education.

Indexed int Ed. I.; B.I.


Recreation. v. 1, 1907-

Monthly (except July and August). 8 West Eight St., New York 11.
$4.00.

"The magazine of the recreation movement" published by the National
Recreation Association. Concerned with all phases of recreation for
groups and individuals. Lists magazine articles, books, and pamphlets
for further reading. Book reviews.

Indexed in: R.G., P.A.I.S., B.I.


Sports Illustrated. v. 1, 195h-

Weekly. Times, Inc., 540 North Michigan Ave., Chicago 11. $7.50.

Contains well-illustrated articles on all types of sports and related
subjects. Feature stories on outstanding sports heroes. "Scoreboard" is
a weekly roundup of sports information. "Coming Events" lists time and
place of outstanding sports events of the coming week.


**Today's Health. v. 1, 1923

Monthly. 535 North Dearborn St., Chicago 10, $3.00.

Formerly Hygeia. Published by American Medical Association. Popular,
authoritative artices on physical and mental health, diseases, safety,








and recreation. Regular features are "That's a good question" and
"Helpful hints for better living."

Indexed int R.G., P.A.I.S., B.I.


VII. History and Geography

American Heritage. v. 1, 1949-

Bi-monthly. 551 Fifth Ave. New York 17. $12.50.

"The magazine of history." Beautifully illustrated articles on all
aspects of American history. Each issue is bound in a hard cover and is
a handsome example of exquisite bookmaking. Book reviews.

Indexed ins R.G., B.I.


*American Historical Review. v. 1, 1895-

Quarterly. The MacMillan Co., 60 Fifth Ave. New York 11, $7.50.

Official journal of the American Historical Association. Scholarly
articles on history, and an extensive listing of articles from other
publications arranged by periods and by geographical areas. A section
called "Historical News" is a regular feature. Invaluable as a bibliograph-
ic tool in history.

Indexed in: B.I., B.R.D., Int.I.


Journal of Geography. v. 1, 1902-

Monthly (except June-August). 3333 Elston Ave., Chicago 18. $4.00.

"For teachers of elementary, high school, and college geography."
Official organ of the National Council for Geographic Education. Articles
on all aspects of geography--social, economic, and physical--and on
methods of teaching geography. Book reviews.

Indexed in: Ed.I., P.A.I.S.


**National Geographic Magazine. v. 1, 1889-

Monthly. 16th and M St., N.W., Washington 6, D. C. $8.00.

Official journal of the National Geographic Society. Articles with
beautiful colored illustrations on places and people. Valuable maps
accompany some issues.








Indexed in:


VIII. Home Economics

*Better Homes and Gardens. v. 1, 1922-

Monthly. Meredith Publishing Co., 1716 Locust St., Meredith
Building, Des Moines 3. $3.00.

"The family idea magazine." Ideas for better home-making, indoors
and out. Beautifully and lavishly illustrated.

Indexed in: R.G.


**Consumer Reports. v. 1, 1936-

Monthly. Consumers Union of U. S., Inc., 256 Washington St.,
Mount Vernon, N. Y. $5.00.

Every type of consumer product is tested and rated. Also contains
articles of general interest to the consumer. The December issue con-
tains a "Summary-Index" for the year.
Similar in purpose is Consumer Bulletin (v. 1, 1931-Consumers'
Research, Inc., Washington, N. J. $5.00), formerly Consumer's Research
Bulletin.

Indexed in: R.G., P.A.I.S.


Good Housekeeping. v. 1, 1885-

Monthly. The Hearst Corp., 57th St. at 8th Ave., New York 19. $3.50.

Contains short stories, poems, and articles on home-making. Regular
departments on beauty, food, needlework, and fashions.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


House Beautiful. b. 1, 1896-

Monthly. 250 West 55th St., New York 19. $5.00.

Profusely illustrated articles on home decoration and architecture,
cooking, gardening, and other aspects of the art of home making and
gracious living. Very similar and preferred by some is House and Garden
(v. 1, 1901- Greenwich, Connecticut. $5.00.)

Indexed in: R.G.


R.G., B.I,








*Journal of Home Economics. v. 1, 1909-


Monthly (except July and August). American Home Economics Assn.,
1600 Twentieth St., N.W., Washington 9, D. C. $6.00.

Official organ of the American Home Economics Association. News,
notes, new books, and excellent articles on home economics. Abstracts
of magazine articles covering the field of home economics. -The annual
"Research Issue" reports important research projects and gives abstracts
of doctoral theses relating to the subject.

Indexed int Ed.I., P.A.I.S., B.R.D., B.I.


Mademoiselle. v. 1, 1935-

Monthly. 304 East L4th St., New York 17, N. Y. $5.00.

Articles and occasional stories for teen-age girls with sections on
fashion, beauty, college and careers, and travel.

Indexed int R.G., B.I.


IX. Mathematics

*The Mathematics Teacher. v. 1, 1908-

Monthly (except June-September). National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics, 1201 Sixteenth St., N. W., Washington 6, D. C. $5.00.

The official journal of the National Council of Teachers of Mathe-
matics. "Devoted to the interests of mathematics teachers in the Junior
High Schools, Senior High Schools, Junior Colleges, and Teacher Education
Colleges." New ideas for teachers and book reviews.

Indexed ins Ed.I., B.I.


X. Modern Languages

*The Modern Language Journal. v. 1, 1916-

Monthly (except June-September). 450 Ahnaip St., Menasha, Wise. $4.00.

Published by the National Federation of Modern Language Teachers
Association, Inc. "Devoted primarily to methods, pedagogical research,
and to topics of professional interest to all language teachers." News
and signed book reviews. Annual listing of doctoral degrees granted in
modern languages during the previous year.


Indexed in: Ed.I.







Reader's Digrst (French edition) Selection du Reader's Digest. v. 1, 1947-

Monthly. 1015, Cote du Beaver Hall, Montreal, Quebec. $4.00.

Selections in French from the English edition of Readerts Digest.


Reader's Digest (Spanish edition) Selecciones del Reader's Digest. v. 1,
194o.
Monthly. Calle 23 #105, Vedado, Havana, Cuba. $3.85.-

Suitable selections for Spanish-speaking readers are taken from the
English edition of Reader's Digest.


XI. Music

*Musical America. v. 1, 1898-

Monthly (except semi-monthly Nov., Dec., & Jan.). 34 North Crystal
St., E. Stroudsburg, Penn. $$.00.

Devoted to news and discussions of the world of music including
concerts, performers, and the works performed. New recordings are listed
and discussed. Special yearbook issue in February includes an interna-
tional survey of music, a directory of the outstanding musical organiza-
tions in the United States and Canada, and an international directory of
orchestras.

Indexed int R.G., M.I., B.I.


Musical Quarterly. v. 1, 1915-

Quarterly. G. Schirmer, Inc., 3 East 43rd St., New York 17. $4.00.

A scholarly music quarterly with articles on the technical, historical,
and biographical aspects of music. Contains reviews of books and records
and a "Quarterly Book List."

Indexed int Int. I., M.I., B.I.


XII. Nursing

The American Journal of Nursing. v. 1, 1900-

Monthly. 10 Columbus Circle, New York 19. $5.00.

Official magazine of the American Nurses' Association. Contains arti-
cles of general interest to the nurse and also information of a clinical









and technical nature. Treats of nursing education and gives news about
nursing.

Indexed int P.A.I.S.


XIII. Philosophy and Religion

*Christian Century. v. 1, 1884-

Weekly. 407 South Deaborn St., Chicago 5. $6.50.

Nondenominational, "liberal" religious magazine. Timely articles on
social, political, and religious affairs showing their relationship to
Christianity. "News of the Christian World" and book reviews are regular
features.

Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D., B.I.


Commonweal. v. 1, 1924-

Weekly. 386 Fourth Ave., New York 16. $8.00.

"A weekly review of public affairs, literature, and the arts" from
the point of view of the liberal Catholic layman. Reviews book, plays,
and films.

Indexed int R.G., B.R.D., B.I.


XIV. Psychology

Journal of Applied Psychology. v. 1, 1917-

Bimonthly. American Psychological Assn., 1333 Sixteenth St.,
N. W., Washington 6, D.C. $8.00.

Reports of studies and original investigations in applied psychology
"except clinical and consulting psychology."


Mental Hygiene. v. 1, 1917-

Quarterly. 10 Columbus Circle, New York 19. $6.00.

Published by the National Association for Mental Health. Includes
"Notes and Comments" on the Association and book reviews. Articles by
outstanding authorities treat of every phase of mental problems in non-
technical language.








Indexed in


XV. Science-Biological

Audubon Magazine. v. 1, 1899-

Bimonthly. 1130 Fifth Ave., New York 28. $5.00.

Published by the National Audubon Soc-ety and "devoted to the conser-
vation of the wildlife, plants, soil, and water," with emphasis on bird life.
Reviews of both adult and children's books.

Indexed in: R.G.; B.I.


*-Natural History. v. 1, 1900-

Monthly (bimonthly, June-September). The American Museum of Natural
History, Central Park West at 79th St., New York 24. $5.00.

Incorporated Nature Magazine. The magazine of the American Museum
of Natural History. Treats of all aspects of natural history. Articles
are well-illustrated, readable, and authentic. A regular department,
"Sky Reporter," gives the positions of planets and a monthly sky map.

Indexed in: R.G.; B.I.


XVI. Science-Physical

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. v. 1, 1945-

Monthly (except July and August). 5750 Ellis Ave., Chicago 37. $5.00.

"A magazine of science and public affairs," containing articles treat-
ing of the influence of scientific developments on society. News notes
and book reviews.

Indexed in: R.G.; P.A.I.S.


Chemical and Engineering News. v. 1, 1923-

Weekly. 1155 Sixteenth St., N.W., Washington 6, D. C. $6.00.

"The newsmagazine of the chemical world," published by the American
Chemical Society. Articles on new developments in chemistry of interest
to both the practicing chemist and the student. Quarterly list of chemi-
cals and their current prices. Book lists and reviews.


P.A.I.S.







Indexed in: App.Sci.& T.I., B.I., B.R.D.


Journal of Chemical Education. v. 1, 1924-

Monthly. 20th and Northampton Sts., Easton, Penn. $4.00

Official organ of the Division of Chemical Education, American Chemi-
can Society. Articles treat historical aspects of chemistry, new develop-
ments, and chemistry education. Good book reviews.

Indexed int Ed.I., B.I.


Popular Science Monthly. v. 1, 1872-

Monthly. 355 Lexington Ave., New York 17, $3.40.

Popular scientific articles and information and tips for the handyman,
the amateur craftsman, the automobile owner, and the photographer. Very
similar in format and contents in Popular Mechanics (v. 1, 1902- 200
East Ontario Street, Chicago, Illinois. $3.50). Popular with boys.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.

Science. v. 1, 1883-

Weekly. 1515 Massachusetts Ave., N. W., Washington 5, D. C. $8.50.

Now combines with Scientific Monthly. Published by the American
Association for the Advancement of Science. Articles, news of science,
book reviews, and abstracts of scientific reports. Suitable for the more
mature science students.

Indexed in: R.G., Eng. I.

Science Digest. v. 1, 1937-

Monthly. 200 East Ontario St., Chicago 11. $3.50.

Popular scientific articles most of which are condensed from other
publications. Short news items.

Indexed in: R.G.; B.I.

**Science News Letter. v. 1, 1921-

Weekly. Science Service, Inc., 1719 N St., N. W., Washington 6,
D. C. $5.50.

"The weekly summary of current science." Popularly written short
articles on all phases of science. The "Books of the Week" section







regularly annotates new books in science.


Indexed int R.G., Eng. I., B.I.


**Scientific American. v. 1, 1845-

Monthly. 415 Madison Ave., New York 17. $6.00.

Authoritative well-written articles in the biological and physical
sciences including both current and historical aspects and some articles
on the psychology of man's behavior. One long book review and several
short ones in each issue.

Indexed int R.G., App. Sci. & T.I.


XVII. Social and Political Sciences

American Journal of Sociology. v. 1, 1895-

Bimonthly. University of Chicago Press, 5$70 Ellis Ave., Chicago
37. $6.00.

Scholarly articles on various aspects of sociology and social
psychology. Contains critical book reviews and a listing of current books.
News from universities and societies. The July issue lists both higher
degrees in sociology granted during the previous year and doctoral
dissertations in progress.

Indexed int B.R.D., Int. I., B.I.


American Political Science Review. v. 1, 1906-

Quarterly. 1726 Massachusetts Ave., N. W., Washington 6, D. C.
$10.00.

Journal of the American Political Science Association. Contains
scholarly articles on political science and news and notes of professional
conferences. The section entitles "Book Reviews, Notes, and Bibliographies2
is quite extensive and includes articles and documents as well as books.
An annual classified listing of doctoral dissertations in progress and
dissertations completed appears in the September issue.

Indexed in t Int. I., P.A.I.S., B.R.D., B.I.


American Academy of Political and Social Science Annals. v. 1, 1890-

Bimonthly. 3937 Chestnut St., Philadelphia 4. $7.00.








Each issue is devoted to some current political or social problem and
has its own individual index. Contains an extensive book review section
with reviews arranged by broad subject classifications. Scholarly but
readable.

Indexed inl R.G., P.A.I.S., B.R.D.


*Congressional Digest. v. 1, 1921-

Monthly (except July-ugust). 1631 K St., N. W., Washington 6,
D. C. $8.50.

Each issue treats of a major controversial subject of current
national import, giving, first, information on the history and background
of the subject and then arguments pro and con by outstanding political
leaders. A regular feature is the monthly summary of major actions of
Congress.

Indexed int R.G., P.A.I.S.

Congressional Record. v. 1, 1973-

Daily while Congress is in session. U. S. Government Printing
Office, Washington 25, D. C. $1.50 per month.

A record of the proceedings of Congress. Revised and issued in bound
volumes with a complete index. Although included in the index, the
appendices do not at presnet appear in bound volumes but only in the
daily issues. Includes useful "History of Bills and Resolutions."

**Current History. v. 1, 1941-

Monthly. Events Publishing Co., Inc., 1822 Ludlow St., Philadelphia
3. $7.00.

"The monthly magazine of world affairs." Each issue is devoted to a
current problem, domestic or international. A regular feature is "The
month in review" covering the most important events of the previous month.

Indexed in: R.G., B.R.D., P.A.I.S., B.I.

Department of State Bulletin. v. 1, 1939-

Weekly. U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. $8.50.

"Provides the public and interested agencies of the Goverment with
information on developments in the field of foreign relations and on the
work of the Department of State and the Foreign Service." Includes in-
formation on treaties and international agreements, press releases on
foreign policy, statements and addresses made by the President and by the
Secretary of State.







Indexed int R.G., P.A.I.S., B.I.


*Foreign Affairs. v. 1, 1922-

Quarterly. 58 East 68 St., New York 21. $6.00

Articles by outstanding educators, statesmen, and businessmen
presenting a variety of opinions on foreign affairs. Lists recent
books, briefly annotated, and source materials on international affairs.

Indexed in: R.G., P.A.I.S., B.R.D., B.I.


United Nations Review. v. 1, 1954-

Monthly. Columbia University Press, 2960 Broadway, New York 27.
$4.50o.

Supersedes United Nations Bulletin. Published by United Nations
Office of Public Information. "Covers a range of interest as wide as
the Organization and related agencies whose work it mirrors. It is
designed to advance public understanding of all aspects of this work."
Besides accurate, comprehensive, readable articles, regualr features
include "The News in Revies," "United Nations Digest," and notices of
international meetings.

Indexed in! R.G., P.A.I.S., B.I.


XVIII. Vocational and Technical Arts

Aviation Week. v. 1, 1916-

Weekly. 330 West 42nd St., New York 36, N. Y. $7.00.

Does a thorough job of assembling and publishing reliable information
on aeronautics and space technology for the constructor, engine maker,
aviator, and sportsman.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


Electronics World. v. 1, 1919-

Monthly. 4h3 South Wabash Ave., Chicago 5. $4.00.

Formerly Radio and TV News. Covers electronics from talking books to
T.V., including radio, stereo and tape recording. Much practical material
with good illustrations and charts.

Indexed in: R.G., Eng. I.







Industrial Arts and Vocational Education. v. 1, 1914-


Monthly (except July and August). 400 North Broadway, Milwaukee 1,
Wisconsin. $3.75.

"The shop teachers' professional magazine." Each issue carries
general articles and a section entitled "Problems and Projects" which
gives drawings and descriptions of things to make. All phases of in-
dustrial arts and education are included. Annotated list of new publi-
cations.

Indexed int R.G,, Ed.I., B.I.


Popular Photography. v. 1, 1937-

Monthly. 4h3 South Wabash Ave., Chicago 5. $4.00.

"Includes Camera and American Photography. World's leading photo-
graphic magazine.- Includes both still and motion-picture photography.
Notices of contests.

Indexed in: R.G., B.I.


XIX. Florida Publications

Economic Leaflets. v. 1, 1941-

Monthly. College of Business Administration, University of Florida,
Gainesville. Free on request.

Published by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research of the Uni-
versity of Florida. "Signed articles are by members of the Faculty of the
University of Florida or by guest contributors." The one article in each
issue is usually on economic or educational conditions in Florida. Fre-
quently gives statistics.

Florida's Business. v. 1, 1955-

Monthly. Drawer 7, Indian Rocks Beach. Rates upon request.

"Florida's leading newspaper of business and industry." Mostly adver-
tisement, but each issue carries a good article or two on business condi-
tions in Florida.


*Florida Historical Quarterly. v. 1, 1908-

Quarterly. Convention Press, Jacksonville. Membership in Florida
Historical Society.








Published by the Florida Historical Society. Gives authentic articles
on Florida history, "News and Notes" of the Society, book reviews.


*Florida Libraries. v. 1, 1949-

Quarterly. Health Center Library, Medical Sciences Building,
Gainesville. $2.00.

Official journal of the Florida Library Association published with
the cooperation of the Florida State Library. News of the Association
and of Library developments in Florida. A few articles of general interest.


Florida Naturalist. v. 1, 1927-

Monthly. Florida Audubon Society, Corner South Lake Sybelia Drive
and East Street, Maitland. $5.00.

Articles on birds. "News of the Society and current problems from
the world of Natural History, Conservation, Education, Legislation, and
allied information." Signed book reviews.


Florida School Bulletin. v. 1, 1938-

Quarterly. State Department of Education, Tallahassee. Free.

Varied articles and reports of education in Florida mostly written by
members of the State Department of Education. Each issue gives a "Calendar
of Events."


Florida Wildlife. v. 1, 1947-

Monthly. Florida Game and Fresh Water Commission, Tallahassee. $2.00.

"The Florida magazine for all Sportsmen." Dedicated to the conservation
and protection of Florida's game and fish. Many illustrations.

**Journal of the Florida Education Association, v. 1, 1923-

Monthly (except June-August). 208 West Pensacola St., Tallahassee.
$3.00.

News of the Association and of education in Florida, as well as
general articles on education.


Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences. v. 1, 1936-








Quarterly. University of Florida, Gainesville. $$.00.


"A journal of scientific investigation and research." Contributors
are mostly faculty members of Florida universities.








APPENDIX I


JUNIOR COLLEGES COOPERATING IN THE STUDY


STATE


COLLEGE


ENROLLMENT


CALIFORNIA
1. San Bernardine Valley
2. Yuba College
3. Citrus Junior College

GEORGIA
4. Abraham Baldwin College

IDAHO
5. Boise Junior College

ILLINOIS
6. Wright Branch, Chicago City
Junior College
7. Joliet Junior College

MASSACHUSETTS
8. Bradford College

MICHIGAN
9. Henry Ford Community College

MISSISSIPPI
10. Perkinston Junior College


8,151
2,935
80o


512


VOLS. CONTROL


37,000
10,000
10,300


Public
Public
Public


9,017 Public


2,567 20,554 Public


7,696
1,414


57,543
1U.UU6


Municipal
Public


311 25,528 Private


7,165 10,781 Public


572


8,434 Public


MISSOURI
11.
12.


Joplin Junior College
Cottey College


NEW YORK
13. Briarcliff Junior College

NORTH CAROLINA
14. Brevard College
15. Louisburg College
16.. Warren Wilson College


TEXAS
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.


Arlington State College
Blinn College
Kilgore College
San Angelo College
San Antonio College
Texas Southmost


534 11,764
285 12,000


Public
Private


241 15,811 Private


470
224
155


4,965
538
2,383
787
5,021
578


17,106
12,000
14,722


l1,470
9,000
18,410
11,002
21,472
18,740


Church
Private
Church


Public
Public
Public
Public
Public
Public








FLORIDA
1. Central Florida Junior College
2. Chipola Junior College
3. Daytona Beach Junior College
4. Florida Christian College
5. Gulf Coast Community Junior College
6. North Florida Junior College
7. Orlando Junior College
8. Palm Beach Junior College
9. Pensacola Junior College
10. St. Johns River Junior College
11. St. Petersburg Junior College







APPENDIX II


ADDITIONAL MODF1RN LANGUAGE TITLES1

French Review. v. 1, 1927-

6 times a year. Mount Royal and Guil'ord Avenues, Baltimore 2. $4.00.

Published by the American Associatior of Teachers of French. Articles
on French literature, French life and customs, and the teaching of French,
from primary grades through college. Professional news. Book reviews.
In French and English.

Indexed in: Ed.I.


German Quarterly. v. 1, 1928-

Quarterly. Van Rooy Printing Co. South Memorial Drive, Appleton.
$h.oo.

Published by the American Association of Teachers of German. Articles
in both German and English on the German languages and literature and on how
to teach German. News of the Association. Signed book reviews.

Indexed in: Ed.I; B.I.


Hispania. v. 1, 1918-

Quarterly. Depauw University, Greencastle, Ind. $5.00.


The official journal of The
and Portuguese. "Devoted to the
languages from elementary school
book reviews, teaching aids, and
panic languages and literatures.


American Association of Teachers of Spanish
interests of the teaching" of these two
through college. Announcements and news,
an annual list of dissertations in the His-
Some articles are in Spanish and Portuguese.


Indexed in: Ed.I.; B.I.


Reader's Digest (German edition) Das Beste Aus Reader's Digest. v. 1, 1948-

Monthly. Stuttgart W, Paulinenatrasse 44, Germany

The best of Reader's Digest for German readers.


ISuggested by Prof. Victor Oelschlager, Head of the Modern Languages
Department, Florida State University.








INDEX


ALA Bulletin 5

American Academy of Political and Social Science. Annals. 27

American Artist 11

American Economic Review 13

American Heritage 20

American Historical Review 20

American Journal of Nursing, The 23

American Journal of Sociology 27

American Literature 17

American Political Science Review 27

Architectural Forum, The 11

Art News 12

Atlantic Monthly 5

Audubon Magazine 25

Aviation Week 29

Better Homes and Gardens 21

Booklist and Subscription Books Bulletin 5

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 25

Business Education World 13

Business Week 13

Changing Times 13

Chemical and Engineering News 25

Christian Century 24

College and Research Libraries 5







College English 17

Commonweal 24

Congressional Digest 28

Congressional Record 28

Consumer Reports 21

Coronet 6

Craft Horizons 12

Current Biography 6

Current History 28

Department of State Bulletin 28

Design 12

Economic Leaflets 30

Electronics World 29

Federal Reserve Bulletin 13

Florida's Business 30

Florida Historical Quarterly 30

Florida Libraries 31

Florida Naturalist 31

Florida School Bulletin 31

Florida Wildlife 31

Foreign Affairs 29

Fortune 14

French Review 35

German Quarterly 35

Good Housekeeping 21

Harper's Magazine 6








Higher Education 15

Hispania 35

Holiday 6

House Beautiful 21

Industrial Arts and Vocational Education. 30

Journal of Applied Psychology 24

Journal of Chemical Education 26

Journal of Educational Psychology 15

Journal of Geography 20

Journal of Health Physical Education Recreation 19

Journal of Higher Education 15

Journal of Home Economics 22

Journal of the Florida Education Association 31

Junior College Journal 16

Library Journal 7

Life 7

Look 7

Mademoiselle 22

Mathematics Teacher, The 22

Mental Hygiene 24

Modern Language Association of America. Publications 17

Modern Language Journal, The 22

Monthly Labor Review 14

Musical America 23

Musical Quarterly 23









Nation 7

National Education Association Journal 16

National Geographic Magazine 20

Nation's Business 14

Natural History 25

New Republic 7

New York Times Book Review 8

New York Times Magazine 8

New Yorker 8

Newsweek 8

Parents' Magazine and Family Home Guide 8

Personnel and Guidance Journal 16

Poetry 18

Popular Photography 30

Popular Science Monthly 26

Publishers' Weekly 9

Quarterly Journal of Speech 18

Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 31

Reader's Digest 9

Reader's Digest (French edition) Selection du Reader's Digest 23

Reader's Digest (German edition) Das Beste aus Reader's Digest 35

Reader's Digest (Spanish edition) Seleciones del Reader's Digest 23

Recreation 19

Reporter, The 9

Rotarian 14








Saturday Evening Post 9

Saturday Review 10

School and Society 16

School Arts 12

School Life 17

Science 26

Science Digest 26

Science News Letter 26

Scientific American 27

Sports Illustrated 19

Survey of Current Business 15

Theatre Arts 18

Time 10

Today's Health 19

Travel 10

United Nations Review 29

United States News and World Report 10

Vital Speeches of the Day 10

Wilson Library Bulletin 11

Writer, The 18

Yale Review 11




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