Circulation Meeting on Behalf of the Periodicals, June 8, 1937

Address, in part, by Ernest C. Sherburne, Editor, Weekly Magazine Section, The Christian Science Monitor

The Weekly Magazine Section editorship of The Christian Science Monitor was handed to me on the first of last November. I had the advantage of stepping into an organization that had been ably headed by Mr. Lewis Rex Miller for three years. It was merely for me to carry on the work he had so admirably conducted before taking up his duties as head of the Monitor's Pacific Coast news bureau. For seven years before that I had been the Monitor's art and theater correspondent in New York Cityy, going there in 1929 after service in various capacities on the Monitor in Boston for twenty-one years, or ever since it was founded by Mrs. Eddy in 1908. Before that I worked for The Christian Science Publishing Society for ten years as a printer, starting with the first issue of the Sentinel in 1898.

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