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Robert L. Reynolds

Robert L. Reynolds joined the staff of American Heritage in 1958, starting as an Assistant Editor and by 1963 he was named Managing Editor. In 1970 he was hired by Reader's Digest in Pleasantville, NY, working primarily in their condensed book division.

Mr. Reynolds was born on February 12, 1924 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1949, first majoring in Engineering and later switching to English. He started his career working for Today Magazine in Chicago and later for Jubilee, a Catholic themed magazine based in New York City. He died in 1981 after a long illness. He was 57 years old and had lived in Ossining, N.Y.

Articles by this Author

Canyonlands, October 1967 | Vol. 18, No. 6
In the red-rock country of southeastern Utah is a new national park, a quarter-million acres of silence, brilliant color, and vistas unmatched anywhere on Earth.
In an era when political morality had sunk low, an immigrant, Carl Schurz, helped rally the republic to its ancient ideals
In his sixties, John Frost took up his brushes to record—in brilliant colors and childlike style—the proud past of his native Marblehead. But at first no one cared
When the anthracite miners downed tools in 1902, economic feudalism went on trial
In Alaska a much-abused Secretary of State saw a fabulous bargain, and what might have been a Russian beachhead became instead our forty-ninth state