Bibliography

Books by Julien H. Bryan

AMBULANCE 464: Encore des Blesses, Introduction by Lyman Abbott. The MacMillan Company, New York, 1918.

SIEGE, Introduction with Captions by Maurice Hindus: Illustrated with photographs by author. Doubleday, Doran and Co., New York, 1940. 1940 by Julien Bryan.

WARSAW: 1939 Siege, 1959 Warsaw Revised. Polonia Publishing House, Warsaw, Poland, 1959-1960.

Articles by Julien H. Bryan

"Exploring with the Leica". THE LEICA MANUAL, chapter 27, Morgan and Lester, New York, 1938 - 1939.

"Exploring With a Movie Camera". SCHOLASTIC vol. 34 (May 13) 1939.

"Last Days of Warsaw". LIFE, October 23, 1939.

"Hitler's Lightening War". LOOK, December 5, 1939.

"Cameraman at the Front". POPULAR MECHANICS, vol. 73; March, 1940.

"War Is, Was, and Always Will Be, Hell". Originally published in U.S. Camera. February-March 1940. Reprinted in THE DOCUMENTARY TRADITION, two editions, selected and arranged by Lewis Jacobs, W.W. Norton, New York, 1971; 1979.

"Last Days of Warsaw". READER'S DIGEST, vol. 36, April, 1940.

"Face to Face (documentaries can promote international understanding)". SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE, vol. 32, April 9, 1949.

"Adventures of a Roving Cameraman". Originally published in June, July 1939 issues of POPULAR MECHANICS. Reprinted in several anthologies, e.g. BEST LIKED LITERATURE, Book Two, Boston, 1951.

"Friendship is a Passport". First printed in THIS I BELIEVE, edited by Edward R. Murrow, Simon Schuster, 1952.

"The 1958 Kenneth Edwards Memorial Address". University Film Producers Association Journal, vol. II, pages 4 - 7, Fall, 1958.

"Poland Then and Now". LOOK, September 1, 1959.

Unpublished manuscripts by Julien H. Bryan

ADVENTURES AMONG THE REINDEER PEOPLE OF SIBERIA, 5200 words: 11/52

RUSSIAN WINTER (1946 - 1947), mss and notes

HUMAN ADVENTURES OF A ROVING CAMERAMAN / REPORTER, sent to NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (?), July, 1939

Articles about Julien H. Bryan

Lee, Rohama, "He Visualized the Family of Man". A monograph in the American Archives of the Factual Film Series, Iowa State University, printed May 23, 1984.

Hyatt, Hanna, "Julien Bryan, Internationalist". FILM LIBRARY QUARTERLY, Winter, 1970 - 1971.

Trease, Nancy A., "Julien Bryan, Portaits of Educational Leaders". Social Education, National Council for the Social Studies, April, 1972

Kelly, Fred, "A Close-up, My Friend Julien Bryan", Black Book for lectures.

Rotha, Paul, "Julien Bryan". DOCUMENTARY FILM, Sabar & Sabar, London, 1966.

Loy, Jane M., "The Present as Past: Assessing the Value of Julien Bryan's Films as Historical Evidence". Latin American Research Review, vol. 12, no. 3, 1977, pages 103 - 128. Published by The Latin American Studies Association.

Princeton Alumni Weekly, "Princeton Miniatures III, Julien Bryan '21"

EFLA BULLETIN, "Who's Who in Filmmaking, Julien Bryan", vol. xxii, no. 8, June, 1964.

Sage, James, "Making The Ancient Peruvian", Media & Methods, vol. 6, no. 3, pages 63 - 64, 82. November, 1969.

"About Julien Bryan", IFF catalogue (Also, must have been okayed by JB -SB)

After, JB's death on October 20, 1974, there were obits and tributes in THE NEW YORK TIMES, Princeton Alumni Weekly, Variety, Bronxville Review-Press and Reporter, and several state Audio-Visual organizations.

Lee, Rohama, "Julien H. Bryan", Film News, vol. 31, no. 4, 1974.

Jones, Emily S., "Julien H. Bryan", Sightlines, vol. viii, no. 2, Winter, 1974 - 1975.

Books about Julien Bryan

Sawicki, Jacek and Thomasz Stempowski (editors), "Siege of Warsaw in the photographs of Julien Bryan", Instytut
Pamieci Narodowej, Warsaw, 2010.

"The Colors of War: The Siege of Warsaw in Julien Bryan's Color Photographs", Oseoodek Karta and Instytut
Pamieci Narodowej, Warsaw, 2010, 2014

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