Press, Oct. 10, 1932

Another for Ellmaker

Last week big, plump Publisher Lee Ellmaker walked into the barnlike plant of Woman's World on Chicago's West Side, went upstairs, signed a paper. When he walked out of the building he owned Woman's World, presses, name and building lease.

Last January Publisher Ellmaker parted company with Bernarr Macfadden, to whom he had sold his Philadelphia Daily News (and from whom he later bought it back), and bought Pictorial Review. Pictorial Review's circulation is concentrated in cities of 40,000 & up. By purchasing Woman's World he acquired a 1,100,000 circulation...

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