Magazines: Harper's Bazaar

In the four years since John Cowles Jr., 35, succeeded his father as editor of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune, he has added luster to the family name and papers. Intense and Harvard-educated, he also helped vitalize his community, led the campaign that raised $2,300,000 to build the handsome new Tyrone Guthrie repertory theater. Last week Editor Cowles branched out, geographically as well as culturally by acquiring a half-interest in Harper's.

The 114-year-old monthly, which has been owned all these years by the respected book-publishing house of Harper & Brothers (in 1962 it became Harper & Row), will henceforth be...

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