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Courtesy Library of Congress. James O’Shaughnessyâ•›—â•›Star Reporterâ•‡29 1894. At the same time, he also acted as an advance agent, interpreter, and press agent in Europe for “Pawnee Bill,” who had earlier worked for the more famous “Buffalo Bill” Cody. “Pawnee Bill” from Illinois brought his traveling show and “Indian camp” to the world fair in Antwerp and took it on tour to the Netherlands. ”11 In a news release vaunting his later attendance at the international advertising convention in London in 1924, the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World would write about James O’Shaughnessy, “For a while he did correspondence from Europe for a syndicate of American newspapers.
James, for his part, made a name for himself as an eager and competent journalist. ” In fact, as it transpired later that night, Harry S. Truman had won. Henning and James O’Shaughnessy worked at that time in an old fivestory brownstone at the corner of Madison and Dearborn streets occupied by Tribune staff. It had been erected after the Chicago fire of 1871: “In the James O’Shaughnessyâ•›—â•›Star Reporterâ•‡39 center of the building was a spacious wrought iron stairway ascending to the fourth floor, where the principal editorial departments were located.
46 In 1931 the assistant editor of the Pathfinder in Washington DC asked O’Shaughnessy for a few biographical notes to include in a short article about him. 47 Hearst’s Chicago American James O’Shaughnessy left the Tribune and took a job at William Randolph Hearst’s new Chicago American, launched on July 4, 1900. His work was greatly appreciated by its editor, Charles Edward Russell (1860–1941): Arthur Sears Henning, a leading correspondent of the Chicago Tribune. ” Courtesy Anne Sears. Charles Edward Russell, editor Chicago American, co-founder NAACP.
An Irish-American Odyssey: The Remarkable Rise of the O'Shaughnessy Brothers by Colum Kenny