The Press: Fish Story

Strange and wonderful are the things to be read in the American Weekly, a magazine supplement inserted in each & every one of William Randolph Hearst's 17 Sunday newspapers and claiming the world's largest circulation (6,036,686). If, as often happens, not enough miracles, scientific discoveries, prince-&-chamber-maid romances occur to fill its pages, Editor Morrill Goddard and his staff retreat to a nearly inexhaustible morgue of fact & fable, dust off old material as fresh offerings.

Last week the American Weekly retold as current news the fascinating story of Charles Lange of Port Townsend,...

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