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DOE, Charles Henry, journalist, born in Charlestown, Massachusetts, 28 November 1838. He was graduated at Harvard in 1860, and, after a year's trial in business pursuits in New York City, devoted himself to journalism, beginning on the "Brooklyn Times," and later going to the Boston "Daily Advertiser," where he was assistant editor from ]862 till 1868. A year later he became editor and publisher of the Worcester, Massachusetts, "Evening Gazette." In 1876 Mr. Doe invented the map type in use in newspaper offices for diagrams and maps. In addition to stories that appeared in the "Knickerbocker" and "Galaxy" magazines, under the pen name of "Samuel Blotter," he has published a novel, first as a serial in the Boston "Sunday Courier," entitled "Buffets" (Boston, 1875).
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