Press: Leaning Post

Cyrus Hermann Kotzschmar Curtis' New York Evening Post has long been anything but robust. In the past year its circulation slipped from 102,632 (smallest in Manhattan) to 100,833. Down went its advertising lineage until only Macfadden's tabloid pornographic ranked below it.* The men at the Post have worked valiantly to keep up with their lusty competitors, the Sun and World-Telegram. (Hearst's Journal, "America's Greatest Evening Newspaper," is for a different class of reader.) They advertised heavily the able writings on Russia of Correspondent Hubert Renfro Knickerbocker. They reproduced facsimilies of their front pages in...

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