Arthur Brisbane

Fifth Avenue at 101st Street

Arthur Brisbane (1864 - 1936) was a New York journalist who worked for The Sun, the New York World and, most notably, for Hearst's New York Journal, a gossip-filled tabloid that marked the beginning of "Yellow Journalism". This monument was designed by the firm of Shreve, Lamb and Harmon and dedicated in 1939. The low-relief effigy of Brisbane carved into the monument is by sculptor Richmond Barthe (1901 - 1989). (reference)

Arthur Brisbane 1864 - 1936
American Editor and Patriot
He spread before all a panorama of the events of his
times. He was the champion of work and peace before
all mankind. He gave to the people a clear under-
standing of the history of the ages. He imparted
to millions an appreciation and love of the literature,
art and religion which have ennobled the world.

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