Five decades at the Press : an insider tells his story of legendary editor Louis B. Seltzer and a lifetime of working at The Cleveland Press

Ray De Crane

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Table of Contents

Intro

pp 1-2; 2 pages
 

Preface

pp 3-3; 1 page
 

Table of Contents

pp 4-4; 1 page
 

Part I: The Seltzer Way

pp 5-14; 10 pages
 

1. The Seltzer spirit: Boundless energy, in touch with community

pp 6-6; 1 page
 

2. Seltzer service: Help the reader, from cradle to grave

pp 7-7; 1 page
 

3. Seltzer power: Why he was called "king maker"

pp 8-9; 2 pages
 

4. Seltzer style: Impeccable dress, down-to-earth relations with staff

pp 10-11; 2 pages
 

5. Marion Seltzer: Guardian of good taste

pp 12-12; 1 page
 

6. Changing of the guard: End of the Seltzer era

pp 13-14; 2 pages
 

Part II: Other Stories to Tell

pp 15-34; 20 pages
 

1. A visit to Ninth & Rockwell: What it was like to work at The Press' longtime home

pp 16-21; 6 pages
 

2. Every paper has its characters; The Press was no exception

pp 22-24; 3 pages
 

3. Why and how a newspaper union got started - at The Cleveland Press

pp 25-28; 4 pages
 

4. Ray De Crane tells of his early years at The Press - starting at age 10 - and how he later learned the ropes as a reporter on the police beat

pp 29-33; 5 pages
 

5. Ray De Crane: Biographical information

pp 34-34; 1 page
 






Book Details

Title
Five decades at the Press
Subtitle
an insider tells his story of legendary editor Louis B. Seltzer and a lifetime of working at The Cleveland Press
Author
Ray De Crane
Publisher
Cleveland Memory Project
Print Pub Date
2010-07-01
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Language
English
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Pages
34
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