In 1905 all of these well-known writers will continue with McClure’s. Ida M. Tarbell will contribute an extraordinary character sketch of John D. Rockefeller; Ray Stannard Baker, more of his authoritative labor articles, and Lincoln Steffens, the political stories of Rhode Island, Montana, and other states. Samuel Hopkins Adams, a new member of the staff, will write on Modern Surgery, Tuberculosis, Typhoid Fever, and Pneumonia.
The New York World says that “the fiction of McClure’s is of the brightness readers expect and always find.” In 1905 there will be at least six stories in every number, by Stewart Edward White, George Madden Martin, Myra Kelly, Josephine Daskam Bacon, Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews, Henry Wallace Phillips, O. Henry, Alice Brown, Eugene Wood, Marion Hill, Alice Hegan Rice, Rex E. Beach, Mary Stewart Cutting, and others.
Edwin LeFevre, author of the “Wall Street Stories,” will soon have a serial in McClure’s—“The Golden Flood”—an exciting mystery story of a man who deposits a million dollars a day. Booth Tarkington, author of “The Gentleman From Indiana,” has a great series of political stories to tell. James Hopper will give McClure’s the first literary product of the Philippines. He is going to do for the Philippines what Jack London did for the Klondike. Henry Harland, author of “The Cardinal’s Snuff-Box,” is working on a new serial for McClure’s.
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