Marshall Field III
In 1941, Field established the Chicago Sun, selling nearly 900,000 copies on the paper’s first day. Within five years, the Sun’s daily circulation was 400,000 with a Sunday circulation of 450,000. Field also published Parade, a weekly pictorial supplement, which in 1946 had a circulation of 3.5 million and is still today a core element of many Sunday newspapers.

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  • Military Service: Army