The Press: New Product

Whenever wealthy Meatpacker Henry Blackman Sell picks up a magazine, he has a great yen to rewrite the stories, rearrange the pictures. Henry Sell is the inventor of Sell's Liver Pate and a dozen other fancy canned meats, but he was once literary editor of the Chicago Daily News, editor of Harper's Bazaar, and editor-in-chief of a string of Butterick Publishing Co. magazines—and he never quite got over it. Now, says Sell, "every time I go through a magazine I'm like an old fire horse. When I hear the bell, and see the smoke and flame, it always gets me up."...

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