The Press: For the Carriage Trade

In his 22 years of writing and editing, Wilder Hobson, 44, has specialized in the good things of life. Long a member of the staffs of TIME and FORTUNE (off & on from 1928 to 1949), he is an enthusiastic judge of such high-priced consumer goods as yachts, racing cars and evening gowns (none of which he owns), is also a trombone-playing musicologist (American Jazz Music) and novelist (All Summer Long).

Last week Yaleman Hobson moved into a job well calculated to suit a carriage-trade taste. He became managing editor of Harper's Bazaar (circ....

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