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Louisville Herald-Post

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Louisville-Herald Post
TypeDaily newspaper
FormatBroadsheet
Owner(s)James Buckner Brown, 1925-1930;
bankruptcy receiver 1930-1931;
John B. Gallagher
1931-1933;
Walter H. Girdler
1933-1936
Founded1925
LanguageEnglish
Ceased publication1936
HeadquartersLouisville, KY

The Louisville Herald-Post was a newspaper that was published in Louisville, Kentucky.

Origins

The Herald-Post was created in 1925 from the merging of the old Louisville Herald and Louisville Post newspapers. Louisville financier James Buckner Brown (1872-1940)[1] sought to operate the paper as a counter to the positions of the Bingham newspapers the Louisville Times and the Courier-Journal. The Louisville Post's former editor Lewis Craig Humphrey became associate editor of the Louisville Herald-Post.

Brown invested nearly five million dollars in the combined newspapers.[2]

Bankruptcy and new ownership

Brown lost his fortune in 1930 when his bank holding company BancoKentucky failed. After the BancoKentucky's failure, Brown had to reduce the newspapers expenditures and it suffered in quality as a result.[3]

John B. Gallagher

In December 1930 The Herald-Post was put into bankruptcy.[4] John B. Gallagher, a New York City advertiser purchased the newspaper in a bankruptcy receiver's sale for $315,000.[5]

Walter H. Girdler

Walter H. Girdler, Sr. President of Girdler Corporation purchased a large portion of the stock in The Herald-Post in 1933 and took over control of the newspaper.

Bankruptcy and closure

The paper went bankrupt again in 1936 and this time it ceased publication and was closed.[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ Kleber, John E. (1992), The Kentucky Encyclopedia, Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, pp. 127–128, ISBN 0-8131-1772-0
  2. ^ Time (September 21, 1931), Banker's Sideline, New York, NY: Time Life
  3. ^ Time (September 21, 1931), Banker's Sideline, New York, NY: Time Life
  4. ^ Time (September 21, 1931), Banker's Sideline, New York, NY: Time Life
  5. ^ Time (September 21, 1931), Banker's Sideline, New York, NY: Time Life
  6. ^ Kleber, John E. (2001), The Encyclopedia of Louisville, Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, pp. 655–656, ISBN 0-8131-2100-0

Bibliography

  • History of The Herald-Post from the University of Louisville Libraries.
  • Herald-Post Collection from the University of Louisville Photographic Archives.
  • Kleber, John E: The Kentucky Encyclopedia pages 127–128, (1992).
  • Kleber, John E: The Encyclopedia of Louisville pages 655–656, (2001).
  • New York Times, JAMES B. BROWN, KENTUCKY BANKER; Former Bookkeeper Who Rose to Be Head of $50,000,000 Banco Corp. Dies at 68 LOST FORTUNE IN CRASH Publisher of the Old Louisville Herald-Post Had Been Tax Receiver for the City page 15, (October 26, 1940).


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