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THE SPRINGFIELD UNION, Springfield, Massachusetts, November 7, 1935
* Billy Sunday death (1st report)
* Famous baseball player and evangelist
This 16 page newspaper has one column headlines on the front page: "'BILLY' SUNDAY, AGED 72, DIES IN CHICAGO HOME", "Well Known Evangelist and Former Big League Ball Player Succumbs to Angina Pectoris" with photo of Sunday. (see)
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LEOMINSTER ENTERPRISE, Massachusetts, March 12, 1964
* Jimmy Hoffa guilty of bribery
* Jail sentence imposed
This 14 page newspaper has a two column headline on the front page: "Hoffa Sentenced To Eight Years".
Other news of the day. Light browning, otherwise in good condition.
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THE DAY, New London, Connecticut, March 17, 1930
* Chicago beer baron - gangster boss
* Al Capone Pre release from prison
* Illegal gun possession
This 16 page newspaper has a small one column headline on the front page: "Capone Release Papers Signed by Governor".
Tells of Al Capone's release from prison after serving 10 months for illegal gun possession.
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THE BETHLEHEM GLOBE, Pennsylvania, February 4, 1924
* Death of President Woodrow Wilson
This 20 page newspaper has a three column headline on the front page: "FUNERAL OF WOODROW WILSON WILSON TO TAKE PLACE ON NEXT WEDNESDAY" with subheads that include: "WHOLE NATION MOURNS DEATH OF WOODROW WILSON" and much more with nice black bordered photo of Wilson.
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THE NEW REPUBLIC, Westerville, Ohio, January 15, 1915
* Prohibition newspaper
An interesting Prohibition newspaper from early in the 20th century. The content within these four pages have an overwhelming bias against the sale of alcohol in all forms.
This issue has a variety of Prohibition-related content, a cause which would win its fight in 1919 (effective in 1920), only to be end... See More
THE SPRINGFIELD UNION, from Springfield, Massachusetts, dated December 22, 1931
* Assassination of Jack 'Legs' Diamond
* New York City Gangster
* Prohibition era
This 24 page newspaper has one column headlines on the front page:
* N. Y. GANGSTERS IN ALBANY WHEN 'LEGS' WAS SLAIN
* New York Police Furnish Names of Two and Tell How Pair Took Auto from Garage
with smaller subheads.
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LEOMINSTER DAILY ENTERPRISE, Massachusetts, May 28, 1925
* Babe Ruth returns to the team (photo)
* New York Yankees
This 12 page newspaper has a one column photo of Babe Ruth with caption: "Babe Ruth Back in Old Uniform" with text underneath. (see)
Photo was taken shortly after his release for the hospital.
News of the day throughout. Light browning wit... See More
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* Prohibition article
* Colored Ads
The color cover of this issue is of a father and son selling their goods at the growers market (see photos). There is no related article on this inside.
This issue contains an article entitled "Prohibition's Swan Song" which was written by Bernarr MacF
THE BELLINGHAM HERALD, Bellingham, Washington, May 26, 1934
* Outlaw John Dillinger hunted
* Two months before death
This 8 page newspaper has a one column headline on page 7: "East Chicago Combed In Hunt for Dillinger".
Other news of the day. Light browning with minor margin wear, otherwise in good condition.
THE NEW YORK TIMES, June 12, 1939 This 36 page newspaper has two column headlines on page 24: "Centennial Today Depicts Stages In Evolution of Modern Baseball" "Notables to Attend Dedication of Museum, Hall of Fame and Doubleday Field at Cooperstown--10,000 Expected" with smaller subheads.
Other news of the day throughout. Light browning with little margin wear, otherwis... See More
ALBANY EVENING NEWS, New York, February 3, 1934
* Penns Grove NJ New Jersey
* Outlaw Charles 'Pretty Boy' Floyd the culprit ?
This 14 page newspaper has one column headlines on the front page:
* FLOYD SOUGHT IN N.J. HOLDUPS
* Pretty Boy's Name Enters $130,000 Robbery at Penns Grove Bank
Other news of the day throughout. Light browning with little spine wear, otherwise good.... See More
THE DAY, New London, Connecticut, September 23, 1930
* New York City gangster
* Jack 'Legs' Diamond
This 16 page newspaper has one column headlines on the front page: "Diamond Told To 'Leave' in Hour At Philadelphia", "Was Deported from Germany---Says He Will Go to New York City".
Other news of the day throughout. A few small binding holes along the spine, otherwise i... See More
SPRINGFIELD REPUBLICAN, Massachusetts, March 6, 1917
* President Woodrow Wilson second inauguration
* On the brink of World War I
This 14 page has front page headlines that include: "PRESIDENT WILSON TAKES OATH" "Firm Stand for Armed Neutrality" "Nation Poised On Verge Of War" "Big Parade" and more. Continues on page 2 with nice two ... See More
LEOMINSTER DAILY ENTERPRISE, Massachusetts, April 13, 1934
* John Dillinger
* Homer Van Meter
* Police station raid & escape
This 8 page newspaper has a two column headline on the front page: "DILLINGER TRAIL LEADS THROUGH SEVERAL STATES OF THE SOUTH" "Officers Trying to Head Off Flight of the Desperado."
Other news of the day throughout.
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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE, Omaha, Nebraska, March 13, 1927.
* President Coolidge...
* Prince Goran Hasselrot...
The banner headline of this issue reads: "Coolidge Planning No Third Term". An addition subhead elaborates stating that "Duty Only Would Lure Him".
The front page of this issue features a photograph of the christening party of Goran Hasselrot, so
FITCHBURG SENTINEL, Massachusetts, dated April 6, 1926
* Gangster Gerald Chapman executed (hanged)
This 12 page newspaper has a nice banner headline on the front page: "BANDIT CHAPMAN'S BODY IS LAID AT REST" with subheads and one column photo of Gerald Chapman with caption: "Executed".
Other news of the day. Lite browning with little margin wear, otherwise good.... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, March 23, 1912
The front page of this issue is a photo of "A New Masterpiece For America."
This issue has an illustration of "The Issue" by Kemble and photos of "One Kind of Recall" which says that "Judge Thornton Massie, Attorney William Foster and Sheriff Lew Webb were shot down and killed in the county court-house at Hillsv... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, October 21, 1911
This issue has a full, color cover before the front page. The front page of this issue is a photo of "The Most Talked-Of Living Novelist."
This issue is has photos of "Julia Sanderson"; "The Advent of the Irish Players"; "Grace George"; "Popular Actors in New Roles"; "Hazel Dawn"; &quo... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, September 23, 1911
The front page of this issue is an illustration of "The Ruling Passion" by Anton Otto Fischer.
This issue has an illustration of "In the Enemy's Country" by Kemble. There are photos of "Leading Contestants in the International Golf Tournament" and "Two Land leviathans in Equal Conflict." The double ... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, July 15, 1911
This issue has a full, color cover before the front page. The front page of this issue is a photo of "Royalty At Its Best."
This issue has an article of "A Talk with Governor Baldwin" and there are photos of "With Mr. Howells at Kittery Point." There is an illustration of "The Aviator" by J. Lawrence Stone a... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, May 20, 1911
The front page of this issue is a photo of "Marching on to Suffrage."
This issue has an illustration of "A Gallery of Golf Enthusiasts--I.--The Laird of Skibo" by Kemble. There are photos of "The March of 3,000 Women" and "Six Hundred Bankers from all America Consider the Newest Aspect of the Trust Question."... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, May 13, 1911
There is a full color cover page on this issue. The front page of this issue is a photo of "Bangor's $10,000,000 Fire."
This issue has a double page illustration of "An Achievement of the Medal of Honor--Private John Kennedy...awarded....for distinguished bravery....He remained at his gun and resisted with its implements the adva... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, March 18, 1911
The front page of this issue is a photo of "Our Representative at the Coronation."
This issue has an illustration of "Dame Columbia: "Gracious Me, How that Boy Does Grow!"' by Kemble. There is a photo spread of "Twenty Thousand U. S. Troops for Police Duty" and a full page illustration of "The Doorway t... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York City, October 8, 1910
This issue's front page is an illustration of "The Political Chantecler" by Kemble.
This issue has illustrations of "At the Conventions" by Kemble and full page photos of "The Democrats' Choice for Governor of New York" and "The Roosevelt Candidate for Governor." There are photos of "A Me... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, July 10, 1909 The front page of this issue has an illustration of "Disturbers of Traffic" by G. J. Perrett.
This issue has a photo spread of "The Senate Studies the Problem of Flight"; "Cincinnati's Novel Attempt at Nocturnal Baseball"; "A Prisoner of Science"; "The United States Open Golf Championship at Englew... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, December 18, 1909 There is a color cover on this issue. The front page of this issue has a photo of "An Exponent of Surgical Advance."
This issue has an illustration of "Congress at Work Once More--"I Wonder if the Pesky Critters are Going to Sting Me Again"" There is an article with photos of "Surgery on the Conscious"... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, July 31, 1909 There is a color cover on this issue.The front page of this issue has a photo of "The Man Who Flew Across the English Channel."
This issue has articles of "Mountain-Climbing by Balloon" by Joseph K. Hutchinson; "The World Mechanism of the Wheat" by Herbert N. Casson and there is a photo of "A Transplanted... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, July 17, 1909 The front page of this issue has an illustration of "The Old Guard" by Hy. S. Watson.
This issue has a photo spread of "Celebrities Do Honor to Champlain"; "A Triumph for American Sport"; "The Winning of the American Polo Cup in England"; and there is "A Recent Portrait of Mr. August Belmont.&qu... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, April 10, 1909 There is a color cover on this issue called "Industrial Number". The front page of this issue has a photo of "Mr. Harriman's Optimistic Return."
This issue has many articles including "The Development of the Transatlantic Steamship" by Gustav H. Schwab and "An Elk herd that Invaded a Town" by A.... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, February 27, 1909 There is a color cover on this issue. The front page of this issue has an illustration of "Around the World and Home Again" by L. A. Shafer.
This issue has photos of "Niagara's Might Chained in Ice" and a double page illustration of "The Grub Ride" by Frank Craig. There is also an illustration of "... See More
This issue has photos and an article of "The Latest Drama of the Sea." There is a double page illustration of "In 1902 - Still At It" and a full page illustration
Photos in this issue include "The New Theatre and its Managers"; Notifying Mr. Taft of his Nomination for the Presidency"; Farman's Aeroplane in Flight at Brighton Beach"; "Independence and Prohib
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, June 25, 1910 Full front page photo: Citizen Roosevelt Welcomes America. Shows Teddy Roosevelt riding in a barouche through New York, waving his hat re. his return from traveling the world. Mark Twain, E.W.Kemble, and J.M. Flagg prints are present as well. This issue also contains firefighting content and NY skyline content.
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* Color cover
* Prohibition article
* Columbia Grafonola color ad
* Many Photos
Taking all of the front page is a color illustration of girl traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday. This issue is loaded with stories and photos. Also has a color Columbia Grafonola (record player) ad on the back cover as well. Ni
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, March 7, 1908 There is a front pg. illustration, "Butting In" by W. A.. Rogers. There is a small article with several photos of "The Tribulations of the Suffragettes" and an illustration of "Moles of Manhattan" which was drawn by G. W. Peters. Also included in this issue is a small photo of "The Final Act of Por... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, December 7, 1907
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, July 20, 1907
* Charles Lindbergh Jr. Baby
* Kidnapper Taken In
This 32 page newspaper has a three line, two column headline on the front page: "HAUPTMANN TAKEN TO JAIL IN JERSEY; APPEAL REJECTED" with subheads that include: "Court Holds Testimony He Was in Jersey on March 1 Sufficient" "Prisoner Remains Stolid" and more. More n
* Halloween cover
* Charles Boyer
* Attorney Thomas E. Dewey
* Colored Ads
The color cover of this issue has a very nice print of a young lady wearing her Halloween outfit (see photos). There is no related article on this inside.
This issue features an article entitled: "Attorney for the People - The Li
* Jack 'Legs' Diamond Released
* Acquittal For Torture
This 44 pages newspaper has a two line, one column headline on the front page: "DIAMOND ACQUITTED OF ASSAULT CHARGE" with subheads that include: "Jury Frees Gangster in Less Than Two Hours After a One-Day Trial in Troy" and more. Tells of Jack 'Legs' Diamond Acquittal for torture. This issue
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, September 2, 1905 Front page "The Gateway of Peace" by W. A. Rogers; The First Photographs Taken of the Recent Meeting of the Zemstvoists in Moscow, Held in Defiance of the Police; Snap-Shots of Some of the Japanese and Russian Representatives at Portsmouth During the Peace Conference; The National Shooting Tournament at Sea Girt; Double pag... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, March 4, 1905
NEW YORK TIMES, March 5, 1934. Front page 3 line, 1 column headline: Dillinger Eludes Hunt In 4 States; Kill Order Issued & subheads: Cordon Is Thrown Over Roads To Ohio, Missouri, Illinois & Indiana Police Search Chicago Underworld--Investigation of Jail Break Is Begun & a few others. 34 pages in good condition except for usual browning at the margins.... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, July 26, 1902 Frontpage photo England's New Prime Minister Arthur Balfour; fullpage photos The Amateur Soldier in the Field; fullpage photos The United States and the Pope in the Philippines; fullpage photos The Matinee Club; fullpage illustration The Dumas Centenary; The Roof Garden: Its Function and Its Shortcomings; photos of The Poeple of the Green Mount... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, July 12, 1902 Frontpage photo "Down South"; The Wheat Crop of 1902 with photos; fullpage photos John Kendrick Bangs at Home; In the Adirondacks; fullpage photo Driving Home the Cows; The Last Cable Laid (Brooklyn Bridge); fullpage photo Mrs. Anthony Drexel; fullpage "The Auto-Riches and Thier Game-Preserve" by Rogers; fullpage illustration &q... See More
NEW YORK TIMES, Sept. 27, 1934 Front page 3 line, 3 column head: "Hauptmann Is Indicted As Lindbergh Testifies; More Ransom Cash Found" & subheads: "Extortion Is The Charge" "$840 & Pistol In Garage" "Autopsy Showed Death of Child Could Have Been Due to a Bullet, Official Says". Rag edition.
THE OMAHA NEWS, May 26, 1930 One column front page headline that reads "Asserts Day Law Crushes State Power", with a lengthy report to follow. This issue also includes front page coverage of the following front page headlines: "Urges Fight For Ideals of Martyrs", "Shaylers on Europe Tour", "300 Danes to Visit in Omaha", and much more! This is a complete issue with some spine ... See More
THE TOPEKA DAILY CAPITAL, Topeka, KS., May 21, 1927. Nice Bold Headline: "Secretary Andrews Out". Includes subheads: "Roy A. Haynes Also Resigns from Dry Job", "Andrews Will Be Succeeded As Boss of Prohibition Forces by Seymour Lowman, Former Lieutenant Governor of New York", "James Doran Replaces Haynes". Nice condition! See photo for additional details.
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, June 12, 1858 The front page article "A Visit to Captain Howes, of The Schoonoer 'Mobile'" also features a half-page illustration "The British Officer Boarding the 'Mobile' and a smaller illustration 'Side of the 'Mobile,' Showing the Mark of the Rifle-Ball". A text article on "Luncan's Light". "... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, April 5, 1873 The front page features a fullpage illustration: "The Right Hon. William Evart Gladstone, Premier of England". One-quarter page: "The Church of St. Augustine, Kalamazoo, Michigan". Halfpage: "Patrick Bunbury at Home" shows two boys playing baseball: one boy with a bat and the other pitching to him; this also features ... See More