Edward George Warris Hulton

Sir Edward George Warris Hulton (lahir 29 November 1906 – meninggal 8 Oktober 1988 pada umur 81 tahun) adalah seorang penulis dan penerbit majalah asal Inggris.[1][2][3]

Edward George Warris Hulton
Lahir(1906-11-29)29 November 1906
Harrogate, Inggris
Meninggal8 Oktober 1988(1988-10-08) (umur 81)
London, Inggris
PekerjaanPenerbit majalah
Dikenal atasPionir fotojurnalisme
Pendiri Hulton Archive
Suami/istriKira Goudime-Levkovitsch (m. 1927)
Princess Nika Yourievitch (m. 1946)
KerabatEdward Hulton (kakek)
Sir Edward Hulton, 1st Baronet (ayah)
Sir Jocelyn Stevens (keponakan)
Serge Yourievitch (mertua)

Kehidupan awalSunting

Hulton lahir dari pasangan Sir Edward Hulton, 1st Baronet, seorang penerbit surat kabar dan pemilik kuda balap yang berasal dari Manchester, dan istri keduanya, artis balai musik Millicent Warris, yang juga dikenal dengan nama panggung Millie Lindon.[1][4]


  1. ^ a b Seymour-Ure, Colin. "Hulton, Sir Edward George Warris (1906–1988), magazine publisher and writer". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/40161. Diakses tanggal 24 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "Sir Edward Hulton, founder of Picture Post, dies". Associated Press. 9 October 1988. Diakses tanggal 27 August 2013. 
  3. ^ "FreeBMD – Search". Diakses tanggal 24 August 2013. Births Mar 1907 – Surname: Hulton, Given Name: Edward George W, District: Knaresborough, Volume: 9a, Page: 92 
  4. ^ Baker, Richard Anthony (25 October 2005). "Music hall of fame – Millie Lindon". The Stage.co.uk. Diakses tanggal 26 August 2013. Millie then married the Manchester newspaper magnate Sir Edward Hulton, who founded The Daily Sketch, bought and enlarged the London Evening Standard and then sold his empire to Lord Beaverbrook for £6 million. They had two children – a daughter who died at the age of 22, and a son, Edward George Warris [sic]. 

Bacaan tambahanSunting

  • Harrison, Graham (2008). "The Life and Times of Albert Hardy (1913–1995)". Photo Histories. Diakses tanggal 29 August 2013. Bert Hardy was the star troubleshooting photojournalist on Picture Post, Britain's most influential picture magazine. But a story he shot in 1950 during the Korean war seemingly precipitated its decline and fall. On the seventieth anniversary of the launch of the mass-market weekly Graham Harrison turns back the pages of photographic history and looks forward to a reassessment of Hardy's career. 

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