James Creelman (November 12, 1859 – February 12, 1915), was a reporter during the height of yellow journalism. He was born in Montreal, Province of Canada, the son of a boiler inspector, Matthew Creelman, and homemaker, Martha (neé) Dunwoodie.
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... Creelman married Alice Leffingwell Buell of Marietta, Ohio on December 10, 1891 ... The couple had four children Edward Dunwoodie, James Ashmore, Constance Alice, and Eileen Buell ... Son James went on to become a professional Hollywood screenwriter ...
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