The Press: Bigger Chicagoan

More and more does Chicago become conscious of its obligations to itself as a great city. With an eye to the World's Fair of 1933 it is learning to wear a silk hat and carry a gold-headed stick. Last week was added a new note of Chicago elegance.

Created in the image of The New Yorker, five years ago The Chicagoan first appeared, drawing its inspiration from the East, its pocket money from the West. Publisher was Martin Quigley, a hardworking, red-headed newspaper man who had made enough money out of cinema trade magazines (Motion Picture Almanac, Herald and Daily, Better Theatres,...

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