The Press: Fact Book

In many and many a place where the New York World was only a name, there was consternation over its passing last year. The paper was to die, a great pity. And what about the World Almanac? Would there be no more Almanac? Would the schoolboy in Great Falls no longer search its pages for the latest figures on anthracite production in Pennsylvania — and pause to examine the fascinating his tory of lynching in the U. S.? Would the farmer in Nebraska no longer be able to find at a glance the...

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