Magazine entrepreneur Frank J. Munsey had a magazine named after himself. OK, named after his publishing company. Lot of good stuff in it. Wikipedia says "Munsey's Weekly, later known as Munsey's Magazine was a thirty-six page quarto magazine founded by Frank A. Munsey in 1889. Munsey aimed at 'a magazine of the people and for the people, with pictures and art and good cheer and human interest throughout'...In October, 1929, it was merged with Argosy." A fine introduction to Munsey and his magazines can be found on the excellent Argonotes blog.
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