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August 02, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
Merv Hyman, now 65, went to work for TIME magazine on June 4, 1936 as a copy boy at $15 a week. On his first day, hoping to make a good impression, he went barreling down the hall, turned a corner like Herschel...
November 08, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
Over the years we've taken the "Illustrated" part of our name very seriously. We print a lot of pictures and we shoot a lot of pictures, a whole lot. In fact, in our 28 years we've accumulated a picture collection...
June 13, 1983 | Philip G. Howlett
It has been said in the past that a photograph of the publisher appears in this magazine exactly twice—once when he comes and once when he goes. It was three years ago that my picture first appeared in this space,...
June 25, 1984 | Robert L. Miller
We're used to it now here at the office: Zing, there goes picture researcher Donna Tsufura sprinting down the halls. Tsufura, 24, is intent on getting everything done five minutes ago. It's appropriate therefore that...
September 05, 1984 | Robert L. Miller
Time Inc.'s Corporate Manufacturing and Distribution division, which does everything from arranging for the printing of an issue, to having it bound, to paying-the postal service for delivering it, vests all...