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Hiram Fuller (1814–1880)

Fuller, Hiram. An American journalist; born in Plymouth County, MA, 1814; died in 1880. Together with N. P. Willis and George P. Morris he published the New Mirror. The three subsequently established the Daily Mirror, which Mr. Fuller edited for fourteen years. He resided for a number of years in London and Paris, and on his return wrote ‘Grand Transformation Scenes in the United States; or, Glimpses of Home after Thirteen Years Abroad’ (1875).