Robert Ripley (Entrepreneur), born on December 25, 1890 in Santa Rosa, California, USA. Robert Ripley's age 127 years (at death) & Zodiac Sign Capricorn, nationality American (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is White. Let's check, How Tall is Robert Ripley?
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Where did Robert Ripley get his money?
With a $100,000-plus salary from newspaper mogul William Randolph Hearst, beginning in 1929, followed by endorsement deals, speaking engagements, and earnings from his best-selling books, radio shows, movies, and museums, he was earning well over half a million dollars a year during the height of the Depression.
How much is Ripley's worth?
Net Worth:$1 MillionProfession:Entrepreneur, Businessperson, Cartoonist, ActorNationality:United States of America
Who was Robert Ripley reading level?
Published on February 5, 2015Age Group: 8 – 12 yearsReading Level:AR : 5.5 (1.0 Point, Quiz #172019) GLE : 5.5 Lexile® measure: 850L
Is everything in Ripley's Believe It or Not true?
features ALL TRUE stories and exhibits. When you visit a Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium, you will see genuine artifacts, not just photos or replicas of exhibits. Yes, there are photos and a few replica items, but the majority of what you see is THE REAL THING!
Robert LeRoy Ripley was an American cartoonist, entrepreneur, and amateur anthropologist who is known for creating the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! newspaper panel series, radio show, and television show which feature odd facts from around the world. Subjects covered in Ripley’s cartoons and text ranged from sports feats to little-known facts about unusual and exotic sites. But what ensured the concept’s popularity may have been that Ripley also included items submitted by readers, who supplied photographs of a wide variety of small-town American trivia ranging from unusually shaped vegetables to oddly marked domestic animals, all documented by photographs and then depicted by Ripley’s drawings. In 1919 Ripley married Beatrice Roberts. He made his first trip around the world in 1922, delineating a travel journal in installments. This ushered in a new topic for his cartoons: unusual and exotic foreign locales and cultures. Because he took the veracity of his work quite seriously, in 1923 Ripley hired a researcher and polyglot named Norbert Pearlroth as a full-time assistant. In 1926 his feature moved from the New York Globe to the New York Post.Read Full Biography Wikipedia