Paul Dana (journalist)

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Paul Dana (August 20, 1852 – April 7, 1930) was an American journalist, the son of Charles Anderson Dana, born in New York City and educated at Harvard and Columbia universities. He joined the staff of the New York Sun in 1880 and in 1897 succeeded his father as editor. He retired in 1903. During World War I, he was stationed at Namur from May to June, 1915 as a member of the Committee for Relief in Belgium.

Further reading[edit]

  • O'Brien, Frank Michael. The Story of The Sun: New York, 1833-1918 (1918)