The Press: Personality

One hundred and ten text pages, plus some advertisements and a colored cover has just issued from the Doubleday, Page presses in the shape of a magazine called Personality. Three hundred and seventy-seven copies of this sample have been printed and distributed to friends of the publishers.

In the editorial announcement inserted are certain credos: "American readers have proved . . . their absorbing interest in records of success from all phases of life. ... In a country where preferment awaits those who help themselves, a record of success becomes a lesson...

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