Press: Harris Up

Julian LaRose Harris had the perfect entree to Southern journalism as the son of Joel Chandler ("Uncle Remus") Harris. He cashed in on it so brilliantly that at 23 he was managing editor of Henry Grady's Atlanta Constitution.

Just before the War he moved on to Manhattan and James Gordon Bennett's Herald. In the War Harris won the rank of captain of military intelligence, returned to Paris as editor and general manager of the Herald's European edition. When the Heralds were sold to Frank Munsey in 1920, Harris drifted back to his native...

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