New York Daily Graphic

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This article is about the 20th century paper. For the 19th century illustrated New York newspaper, see Daily Graphic.

New York Daily Graphic was publisher of the New York Graphic the evening tabloid newspaper in New York City. It was located at 350 Hudson Street (Manhattan).[1] The business became bankrupt in July 1932 during the Great Depression. Its $3,132,521 in liabilities was contingent upon multiple libel actions against the company.[2] $2,908,479 was owed to MacFadden Publications, Inc.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Graphic's Liabilities Are Put At $3,132,521, New York Times, July 9, 1932, pg. 17.
  2. ^ Daily Graphic Bankruptcy, Wall Street Journal, July 11, 1932, pg. 8.