The Paris Herald

Author: James Oliver Goldsborough
Publisher: Easton Studio Press, LLC
ISBN: 1935212311
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The Paris Herald is the story of many people: of Frank Draper, who fought in the Lincoln Brigade; Byron Hallsberg, who joined the Hungarian uprising; Dennis Klein, researching the Nazi occupation of Paris; Suzy de Granville, searching for ...

Age Of Opulence

Author: Hebe Dorsey
Publisher: Harry N Abrams Inc
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A look at French culture circa 1890 that gives a social history of the Belle Epoque as seen through the pages of the Paris Herald

Paris Herald

Author: Al Laney
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The two New York papers, the Herald and the Evening Telegram, had been
losing money for several years. While the executors were trying to bring some
order out of this situation, the newspapers, including the Paris Herald, were
operated under trustee management. Meanwhile, the profits continued to pour
into the Paris Herald's bank account until, a year after Bennett's death, the sum
totaled about 5,000,000 francs. And then, with the departure of the soldiers from
France in 1919, ...

An American Poet In Paris

Author: Charles L. Robertson
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 9780826213617
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An American Poet in Paris is a literary biography of Pauline Avery Crawford, a remarkable American expatriate who wrote for the Paris edition of the New York Herald Tribune in the 1930s and 1940s.

A Thousand Deadlines

Author: Kevin O’Keefe
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9401576084
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After the turn of the century, as the Times increased its foreign coverage and
gained in circulation, the Herald's stature declined and by 1914 circulation had
dropped to 80,000." But the Herald remained energetic and thorough in its
European coverage. It also gained distinction in society items and shipping
reports. The owner and editor of the Herald, James G. Bennett, Jr., who resided in
Paris, was a flamboyant and internationally-known figure." He also edited and
owned the New ...

The Paris Edition

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It was well read but then came the Chicago Tribune which actually harbored . . .
more of a nest of writers than the Herald Tribune [an anachronism; the Herald did
not become the Herald Tribune until I935]. . . . The Herald Tribune did have some
writers but the Chicago Tribune was more influential.” Whit Burnett, even if he did
think the Tribune was, on its off days, a ghastly mistake , added that it was never
dull, while the Paris Herald was almost always dull. He added that the Herald ...

Americans In Paris

Author: Charles Glass
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101195567
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... the Paris Herald. When the Germans occupied her Versailles villa, she stayed
in her Paris townhouse in the avenue d'Iéna near the American Ambassador's
residence. Other American losses were houses north of Paris belonging to
Harlan Page Rowe and Ogden Bishop, both looted during the battles. The
Luftwaffe bombed American oil and communications facilities on the northern

The Best Paranormal Crime Stories Ever Told

Author: Martin H. Greenberg
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1628732431
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Some were saying—mostly the folks over at the Paris Herald—that an alcoholic
wave was sweeping through the offices of the Paris Tribune, making it damned
impossible to get anything out, let alone a daily paper. Like the deadbeats at the
Herald could talk. What they said about the Trib applied to the Herald as well:
Each and every day, a goodly proportion of the staff was insensate due to drink—
half because it was there and half because it wasn't. Joe Decker didn't drink
when he ...