Douglas R. McManis (1932–2006), Editor and Scholar

@article{Mikesell2006DouglasRM,
  title={Douglas R. McManis (1932–2006), Editor and Scholar},
  author={Marvin W. Mikesell},
  journal={Geographical Review},
  year={2006},
  volume={96},
  pages={696 - 699}
}
  • M. Mikesell
  • Published 1 October 2006
  • History
  • Geographical Review
Douglas McManis served with distinction for seventeen years as editor of the Geographical Review. He will also be remembered as the author of books and articles devoted to American historical geography and a wide range of other interests. He grew up in Stow, Ohio, had his undergraduate education at nearby Kent State University, and sampled the central-place amenities of Akron. It would be difficult to imagine an environment more notably different from the Midtown Manhattan he experienced and… 

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