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GUILD, Curtis, journalist, born in Boston, Massachusetts, 13 January, 1827. He was educated in the Boston public schools, and at sixteen years of age entered a merchant's office, but in 1847 became connected with the Boston "Daily Journal," and has since devoted himself to journalism. He founded in 1859 the Boston "Commercial Bulletin," and since that date has been its editor-in-chief. Mr. Guild was president of the Boston commercial club in 1882-'3, and has been president of the Bostonian society since 1882. For more than forty years he has contributed to almost every department of current literature. He is the author of "Over the Ocean," a series of sketches of European travel. first published in the "Commercial Bulletin" (Boston, 1871); and "Abroad Again" (1876).
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