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The Washington Herald
Washington Herald
was an American daily newspaper in Washington, D.C., from October 8, 1906, to January 31, 1939. History[edit]

December 25, 1922 edition.

The paper was founded in 1906 by Scott C. Bone, who had been managing editor of The Washington Post
The Washington Post
from 1888 until that paper was taken over by John Roll McLean
John Roll McLean
in 1905. Clinton T. Brainard, president of the McClure Newspaper Syndicate, bought the paper in 1913. William Randolph Hearst, who already owned the Washington Times, took over the paper in November 1922.[1][2] Though he consolidated the operations of the papers, they still published separately except for a joint Sunday edition. Cissy Patterson
Cissy Patterson
was appointed editor by Hearst in 1930.[3] The Herald was merged with the Times on February 1, 1939, with the combined publication becoming known as the Washington Times-Herald. In 1954, the Times-Herald was purchased by and merged with The Washington Post. Fictional depictions[edit] The Washington Herald
Washington Herald
appears as a fictional newspaper in the 1993 film The Pelican Brief, in The X Files (3x15) 1996, the 1996 film Eraser, and in the 2013 political drama series House of Cards.[4] References[edit]

^ About The Washington herald. (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, chroniclingamerica, Retrieved 17 February 2014 ^ (18 November 1922). Washington Herald
Washington Herald
Is a Hearst Newspaper, The Fourth Estate, p.2 ^ Chambers, Deborah et al. Women and Journalism, p. 45 (Routledge 2013) ^ "Debating 'House of Cards': What the Show Gets Right and Wrong About Journalism". The New York Times. Retrieved 1 March 2013. 

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