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-- Manuscript Group 803, Joseph B. Gilder (1858 - 1936), Journalist, Banker, Letters, 1872 - 1873

803.  GILDER, JOSEPH B. (1858- 1936), journalist, banker.

           Letters, 1872-73. 20 items.

        Written by Gilder as a midshipman at the United States Naval

      Academy to his family in Newark. Born in New York, Joseph

      Gilder and his family later moved to Bordentown. He entered the

      Naval Academy in 1872, but after two years resigned and went to

      Newark to become a reporter. After working for newspapers in

      Newark and New York, he and his sister, Jeanette L. Gilder,

      founded the <1New York Critic>1 He served as co-editor of this critical

      journal from 1881 to 1902. Subsequently he became editor of

<1      Putnam's Monthly Magazine,>1 editor of the <1New York Times Book>1

<1      Review,>1 and literary advisor for the <1Century Magazine,>1 which was

      edited by his brother, Richard Watson Gilder. In 1911 Joseph left

      journalism for banking.

        Purchase, 1973.



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