This comprehensive feature, dated and ascribed to The Knickerbocker Press, is invaluable for its portrayal of the young Ed Roman as a poet and local musician. It references the genesis of "Blue Moon" being that evening of moonlit skating on a pond, and is the primary evidence we have for that aspect of the song's creation. It quotes him in his own words about sending the song to New York music broker Jack Mahoney.
This piece was likely published in a Troy, New York, newspaper, because the city isn't included in the reference to Roman's address. Newspaper style would call for including the city if the paper were published elsewhere than in Troy.
A fragment from a lengthy article in the Sunday Mirror magazine section (King Features Syndicate, Inc.), dated March 16, 1952, about litigation in the music business was found in the attic. It references Ed Roman by name and includes the only published account we have of the amount of the settlement.
The name of publication and the date were noted on the backside of the fragment, enabling us to source the complete article and access its title.