Definition of James edmund scripps
1. Noun. United States newspaper publisher and half-brother of Edward Wyllis Scripps (1835-1908).
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1. "WWJ--The Detroit News": The History of Radiophone Broadcasting by the by Detroit news (1922)
"... August 23, 1873, when james edmund scripps took the first copy of The News from the press, were not surprised when on its forty-seventh birthday, ..."
2. History of Detroit, a Chronicle of Its Progress, Its Industries, Its by Paul Leake (1912)
"james edmund scripps. One of the eminent men of Detroit who has left an indelible stamp upon the history of this fair city, and one whose name will be ever ..."
3. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"... james edmund scripps (1835-1006); with Milton A. McRae (b. 1858) he formed the Scripps-McR« Press Association of Cleveland and the Scripps-McRae League, ..."
4. The City of Detroit, Michigan, 1701-1922 by Clarence Monroe Burton, William Stocking, Gordon K. Miller, S. J. Clarke Publishing Company (1922)
"THE DETROIT NEWS "The Evening News", as the present "Detroit News" was first called, was first issued August 23, 1873 by james edmund scripps, the founder, ..."
5. The Detroit News: Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-three, Nineteen Hundred and by Lee A. White (1918)
"Out of this league of newspapers ulti- mately grew a powerful organization with extensive holdings, but james edmund scripps decided that there was abundant ..."
6. Landmarks of Detroit a History of the City by Robert Budd Ross, George Byron Catlin, Clarence Monroe Burton (1898)
"A son of his was a bookbinder in London, and was the father of James Edmund Scripps, the subject of this sketch. The bookbinder came to America with his ..."