Russell Doubleday (born May 26, 1872 in Brooklyn - died June 14, 1949 at Glen Cove, Long Island) was an American author, editor and publisher.
He served in the naval militia in the Spanish-American War. From 1909 to 1912, he was the advertising manager for the publishing firm, Doubleday. Later, he was its vice-president, secertary and a director. For much of his career, he was director of the editorial department. For a time after 1928, he edited the magazine, World's Work.
- A Gunner Aboard the Yankee (1898)
- Cattle Ranch to College (1899)
- A Year in a Yawl (1901)
- Stories of Inventors (1904)
- Photography is Fun (1938)
- Long Island (1939)
- Tree Neighbors (1940)
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