The Fannie Hurst Papers.
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IV. Printed materials and magazines [series]: (17 items)   
Scope: Includes essay collections and periodicals containing articles by and about Hurst, offprints and transcripts of radio programs for which Hurst was a panelist.

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IV.1 Magazines
America's Town Meeting of the Air. New York, NY.
No. 9. (December 26, 1935). Transcript with introductory notes for America's Town Meeting of the Air [radio program], for which Hurst was a panelist.
Family Weekly. New York, NY.
(June 25, 1967). Contains article by Hurst entitled What's behind the teen takeover?.
Guideposts. New York, NY.
Vol. 8, no. 8. (October 1953). Contains article by Hurst entitled Do you like you?.
Les Oeuvres Libres. Paris.
Vol. 56, no. 282. (January 1951). Contains abridged French translation of Hurst's Humoresque.
Perfect Home. Cedar Rapids, IA.
(August 1959). Contains Hurst's article entitled This is my house.
(May 1967). Contains Hurst's article entitled This is my house.
The Sight-giver. New York, NY.
Vol. 3, no. 2. (February 1934). Contains Hurst's article entitled World of the Taken-For-Granted.
Tuesday. The Bronx, NY.
Vol. 39, no. 17. (October 25, 1955). Contains article about Hurst as program speaker for next meeting.
Yale University Library Gazette. New Haven, CT.
Vol. 26, no. 3. (January 1952). Contains article by Carl Van Vechten mentioning Hurst; inscribed by Van Vechten.
Vol. 35, no. 1. (July 1960). Contains Hurst's article entitled Zora Hurston: a personality sketch.
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IV.2 Printed materials
A panel discussion on Dumbarton Oaks. Washington, DC: Women's Division, Democratic National Convention, 1945. booklet. Transcript of panel discussion, containing Hurst's presentation, Women's responsibility and the International Court of Justice.
Presenza della Donna nella civilta attuale. Turin: Civilta delle macchine, 1963. offprint. Offprint from Civilta delle macchine, No. 4, 1963: July-Aug; contains article by Hurst in English and translated into Italian.
The Works Progress Administration's nationwide staff meeting of the air. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1936. booklet. Transcript of radio program for which Hurst was a panelist.
Hurst, Fannie.
This is my house. Cedar Rapids, IA: Stamats Publishing Co., 1959. offprint. Framed offprint, inscribed to Lois and Ralph Toensfeldt, signed and dated 1966.
Visitor in the afternoon. New York, NY: Montefiore Hospital for Chronic Diseases, [1939]. booklet. Tear sheet of article, with cover from Montefiore Digest from Montefiore Hospital for Chronic Diseases.
New York, NY: Harper and Brothers, 1928. wrappers. contains Auto. notes by Lois Meier Toensfeldt.
New York, NY: Harper and Brothers, [n.d.]. offprint pamphlet. Sketch is essay from the collection, Fannie Hurst, New York: Harper and Brothers, 1928.
Fannie Hurst Visits Montefiore. New York, NY: William Bradford Pressbooklet. Contains essay by Hurst with same title as collection.