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MCCREADY, DUNCAN, editor of the Telegram, was born at Rajahmundry, India, December 24, 1870. His father was inspector of ordnance in the British army, having gone to India at the outbreak of the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. Mr. McCready came to this country in 1883, and received his education at Thiel College, Greenville, Pa. He commenced newspaper work on the Warren Mirror, then he served for a year as night editor of the Johnstown Democrat. In 1894, he became a member of the local staff of the Pittsburgh Leader. He assumed editorial charge of the Sunday Telegram under the new management.


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