New York Daily Graphic

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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]

References[edit]

  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.