Ten Years, 1938-1948: The Standard Data Book

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Ten Years, 1938-1948: The Standard Data Book
Abstract
Includes sections on the history, editorial content and circulation of this Montreal-based weekly newspaper. Originally known as The Montreal Standard, then changed to The Standard, the national weekly pictorial paper was founded by Montrealer Hugh Graham (1848-1938) in 1905. In 1925, Graham sold his newspaper holdings, including The Standard, to J.W. McConnell (1877-1963). The Standard was available in Montreal as a free weekend supplement to the Montreal Star and nationally through subscription and newsstands. In 1951, The Standard was changed to a magazine format and relaunched as Weekend Picture Magazine (later Weekend) that was distributed across Canada as a weekend supplement to local newspapers.
Place
Montreal
Publisher
The Standard
Date
1948
Language
en
Citation
The Standard. Ten Years, 1938-1948: The Standard Data Book. Montreal: The Standard, 1948.
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