Press: Little One, Big Ones

The New York Woman, a 15¢ weekly for metropolitan women, with a smart colored photographic front & back cover, suspended publication last week after eight rocky months in business. At one time it exceeded 100,000 readers. President William E. Wheeler, a high-powered Manhattan adman, thought he had found new support when suddenly the New York State Bureau of Securities descended on him for permitting the sale of New York Woman stock within two weeks of the magazine's coma. Publisher Wheeler, who had asked permission to reorganize under Section 776 of the National Bankruptcy Act,...

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