The Press: Panorama

Mrs. Anne Urquhart Stillman, 48, wife of a rich man who was once a banker, has long had dealings with reporters. She has thrown crockery at them, which has served only to make them come closer. At last, she has taken some of them into her pay, for she has financed and founded Panorama, "New York's Illustrated News Weekly." The first red-covered issue appeared last week. About half of it consisted of good-to-excellent photographs, and half, of poor-to-passable articles. Neither photographs nor articles were apropos anything in particular.

Panorama says, in its masthead, that it is "founded on a belief in...

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