On April 21, 1867, the first occurrence of a baseball game was taken into account by the Houston Post.
In 1951, as a student, he wrote his first articles for the Houston Post.
And, last week, it was blamed for the closing of The Houston Post.
The Houston Post described the book as a "case study."
The Houston Post did not carry an article about his death or a regular notice in the obituary section of the newspaper.
He died after a lengthy illness, The Houston Post said.
"And what The Houston Post brings to the party is instant 300,000 circulation."
However, his writing and drawings had caught the attention of the editor at the Houston Post.
He returned to the Enterprise after leaving office and was asked in 1924 to take over as the president of the Houston Post.
The Houston Post commented that "a new meaning has been given to the word controversial.