The Press: Curtis Follows Hearst

Hearst Curtis Coolidge Long Schuler

About Calvin Coolidge's name last week swirled the names of two great publishers and two editors. Mr. Coolidge was, as usual, impassively the centre. He was the author. His job had been to write a story for each editor. He did, and each paid him well.

Of the editors, one was stocky Ray Long, whose April Cosmopolitan appeared early in March galvanized by a Coolidge-penned story, swift, personal, moving. The other was Loring Ashley Schuler, whose April Ladies' Home Journal...

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