Milestones: Milestones

^ The New York Times, which since 1936 has been disposing of its subsidiaries—Mid-Week Pictorial (now defunct), Current History, the Annalist, its rotogravure plant—last week disposed of Wide World Photos, Inc. The buyer: A.P., whose picture service now has only two major competitors, Acme and International. ^ Current History has been through a series of mergers in which it became the graveyard of such once famous magazines as Century and the Forum, last week was merged again with the monthly Events.

TIME, August 4, 1941

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