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Here would be a 1-3 sentence summary of the pulp publisher.
**Died:** Dec. 22, 1925>>Here would be an unbiased, detailed history of the pulp publisher. With pertinent Wiki links to pulp editors, artists, fictioneers, etc. Can be as long as necessary. This section can be subdivided as needed. Such as...
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 1]]
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 2]]
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American publisher, built a newspaper and magazine empire in the early 20th century.
**Died:** Dec. 22, 1925>>U.S. newspaper and magazine publisher. He managed a telegraph office before moving to New York City, where he founded Golden Argosy (1882), later renamed Argosy Magazine; and Munsey's Magazine (1889), the first inexpensive, general-circulation, illustrated magazine in the U.S. He acquired several newspapers in Baltimore and New York, some of which disappeared in profitable mergers. He viewed his publications purely as moneymaking enterprises and maintained colourless editorial policies. He left most of his large fortune to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
~- [[http://www.answers.com/topic/munsey-frank-andrew Biography of Frank Munsey]] on [[http://uk.bestessays.com Custom Essays]]
~- [[http://uk.bestessays.com/essay_service.html Essay Writing]] about [[Frank Munsey]]


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American publisher, built a newspaper and magazine empire in the early 20th century.
**Died:** Dec. 22, 1925>>U.S. newspaper and magazine publisher. He managed a telegraph office before moving to New York City, where he founded Golden Argosy (1882), later renamed Argosy Magazine; and Munsey's Magazine (1889), the first inexpensive, general-circulation, illustrated magazine in the U.S. He acquired several newspapers in Baltimore and New York, some of which disappeared in profitable mergers. He viewed his publications purely as moneymaking enterprises and maintained colourless editorial policies. He left most of his large fortune to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
~- [[http://www.answers.com/topic/munsey-frank-andrew Biography of Frank Munsey]] on [[http://uk.bestessays.com Custom Essays]]
~- [[http://uk.bestessays.com/essay_service.html Essay Writing]] about [[Frank Munsey]]
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Here would be a 1-3 sentence summary of the pulp publisher.
**Died:** Dec. 22, 1925>>Here would be an unbiased, detailed history of the pulp publisher. With pertinent Wiki links to pulp editors, artists, fictioneers, etc. Can be as long as necessary. This section can be subdivided as needed. Such as...
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 1]]
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 2]]


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