The Press: Mr. Munsey Buys

Frank A. Munsey has bought an-other evening newspaper, The Globe and Commercial Advertiser, commonly known as The New York Globe. He thereby becomes the owner of the largest circulation in New York City, with the exception of William Randolph Hearst.

Mr. Munsey's New York papers are: The Herald, which he bought from the Bennetts and in which he submerged The Sun, which he had previously acquired (and in which he had previously submerged The Press); The Sun, which he made over from the old Evening Sun; and The Telegram. Munsey papers are...

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