He founded the Boston Post in 1831 and conducted it until 1875.
Twenty-two years old at the time, he was reporting on the tense situation in the region for The Boston Post.
In the 1870s, Hoyt became musical and dramatic critic of the Boston Post.
Frothingham was a proprietor, and from 1852 to 1865, a managing editor of, The Boston Post.
Hale became a critic in 1890, beginning his career by working for the Boston Post.
After graduation, Roberts spent eight years working as a newspaperman for the Boston Post.
He took over the Boston Post in October 1891.
He started working at a office of the Boston Post at age 16.
After an arm injury, he began a newspaper career with the sports department at The Boston Post.
Or, as the Boston Post puts it: "Many a wife has made her own marital grave with a series of little digs."