The Press: Return to Paris

There was a great, nostalgic stirring in Paris last week as veteran bureau men of the U.S. press moved happily back into their old offices. Some doubt remained about how many offices would be allowed to reopen, how many correspondents allowed to remain. But newsmen, mostly constitutional sentimentalists, were carried away for the moment by the loyalty of their old French friends and employes.

At 37 rue de Caumartin, the New York Times's Frederick Graham, Gene Currivan and Harold Denny found bureau furniture scattered throughout the building. But some typewriters and the expensive...

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