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Revolutions from Grub StreetA History of Magazine Publishing in Britain$

Howard Cox and Simon Mowatt

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780199601639

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Benn’s Press Directory

Newspaper Press Directory

British Library, London

Business & Intellectual Property Centre for Various Marketing Reports

British Newspaper Library, Colindale, London/Boston Spa

Audit Bureau of Circulations figures, various years

Ayer’s American Newspaper Annual and Directory

Mitchell’s Press Directory

Various back issues of British consumer magazines

Companies House, Cardiff

IPC Ltd. Annual Report and Accounts

Mirror Group Holdings (microfiche)

Condé Nast Archive, New York and London

CNAMC Boxes: Various correspondence and data

Design Archives, University of Brighton, Sussex

Alison Settle papers

History of Advertising Trust (HAT), Raveningham, Norwich

HAT 42/4 Readership Surveys

Periodical Press Association (PPA) Archive

IPC Archive, London (Private papers)

Confidential Reports on the Introduction of Computers into Magazine Production

IPC News

London Business School, London

Company Reports collection provided the following Annual Reports where not otherwise specified:

EMAP

Future

IPC

Reed International

St Ives

Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick, Coventry

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London Society of Compositors MSS.39A/CO

NATSOPA MSS.39/NAT

Printing and Kindred Trades Association MSS.39A/5/PK

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SOGAT MSS.39/SO

Typographical Association MSS.39A/TA

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CAB21 Cabinet Office papers

Professional Publishers Association, London

PPA Response to OFT Report on Magazine Distribution by Ian Locks

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BRAD

Newspaper Owner & Manager

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