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JUDGE magazine, New York, January 21, 1893 Judge magazine was founded in 1881 by a group of artists, headed by James Albert Wales, who left the staff of the popular comic weekly Puck. The magazine featured bold satire and good political drawing with chromolithographic front and back covers and center spread.
After a strong start, the magazine found itself struggling to compete with its very... See More
THE SPORTING NEWS, St. Louis, Missouri, January 21, 1991
Certainly the premier newspaper/magazine for the sporting world, its 40+ pages are simply filled with the latest news in American sports, including a front page photo which was the highlight of the week. The top names and events of all American sports eventually found their way in the pages of The Sporting News.
* Brett Hull
The fro... See More
TRANSCRIPT.....EXTRA. Inaugural Seech of His Excellency JOHN DAVIS, Delivered in Convention -- This Morning -- January 21, 1834.
The front page and almost half of the back page of this broadsheet is comprised of the Inaugural Speech to "Fellow Citizens of the Senate and of the House of Representatives" and is close by "JOHN DAVIS" with the date line Boston, January 21, 1834.... See More
SPRINGFIELD DAILY REPUBLICAN, Springfield, Massachusetts, January 21, 1915
* 1st Dirgible attack on England
* World War I original
This 20 page newspaper has one column headlines on the front page:
* ESCAPE OF AIRMEN
* IN RAID ON ENGLAND
* SIX TOWNS BOMBARDED
* Four of Five Persons Killed--Accuracy Shown by Aircraft
This was the very 1st successful attack on England by German zepp... See More
Here are a pair of the USA TODAY newspapers on the election and inauguration of Barrack Obama. A great set to have!
The first issue is dated November 5, 2008 and reports the election of Obama with headlines and photos throughout this complete 48 page issue.
The second is dated January 21, 2009 which covers his inauguration with headlines and photos throughout as well. This issue has 52... See More
PM DAILY, New York, N.Y., dated January 21, 1944.
Headlines on the frontpage read "Victory On the Home Front -- Senate Committee OKs Federal Soldiers' Vote Bill & Senate Committee OKs Curb on War Profits" "West Coast's Lynch Campaign" "Poor Franco!" "Nazis Turn on Charm for Poles" "Soviets Smash Toward Estonia". The paper features other wa... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 21, 1911
The front page of this issue is a photo of "William F. Sheehan."
This issue has an illustration of "Uncle Sam: "What Do You Fellows do in this Short Session of Congress?" Statesman: "Oh, Jest Set Around and Think." Uncle Sam: "Is That All?" Statesman: "Oh No; Sometimes We Jest Set."" b... See More
THE MADISONIAN, Washington DC, Jan. 21, 1840.
* General William Henry Harrison for President
* Whitewater Canal tunnel
A page 3 item from a Cincinnati paper says that Gen. Harrison was seen for the first time since the nomination, and that he was involved in the contract of a tunnel along the Whitewater Canal that passes through his farm at North Bend. Mentions that: "We have never se... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, N.Y., Jan. 21, 1888 Fullpg. has a halfpg. exterior view of the Art Institute Of Chicago and two quarter page illus. of the interior. Has an archival mend to a minor tear in the right & left margins.
THE REPUBLICAN, from Red Wing, Minnesota, dated January 21, 1882. This newspaper has news of the day with several interesting advertisements, many which are illustrated.
This complete 8 page issue is slightly browned, otherwise in nice, clean condition. See photos for details.
source: wikipedia: In the early 1850s settlers disembarking from Mississippi River steamboats came to Red Wing to f
* Timothy Dwight Death
* 1817 Yale University
* Hartford Connecticut
Page 3 has a report announcing the death of Rev. Timothy Dwight, the President of Yale College, plus details about his funeral. Top and bottom of this report are black-bordered in recognition of his death. Other news of the day includes: "Spanish Patriots" "Latest
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 21, 1905
LIBERTY magazine, New York, January 21, 1939. This is the complete issue of this popular title with a nice color cover showing a close-up of a lady skiing (see photo). The back page has a nice color ad for Chesterfield cigarettes. Very nice condition, a bit of loss at the spine, and measuring about 8 1/4 by 11 1/2 inches.
LIBERTY magazine, New York, January 21, 1933. This is the complete issue of this popular title with a nice color cover showing a girl in summerwear wearing snowshoes in the snow (see photo). The back page has a nice color ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes. Very nice condition, and measuring about 8 1/4 by 11 1/2 inches.
THE SPRINGFIELD UNION, Massachusetts, January 21, 1969. This 36 page newspaper is in nice condition and has a two line, six column headline on the front page: "Nixon Asks Nation to Strive For Peace at Home, Abroad" with subhead: "Given Oath As 37th President" with related photos.
THE SUNDAY CLEVELAND NEWS-LEADER, January 21, 1923, from Cleveland, Ohio. This is the "22nd Automobile Show Public Auditorium" issue and the front cover is printed in color. The front page has a mend, the lower right corner and upper left corner is missing, otherwise is in good condition. See photos for full details.
THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, January 21, 1936, from Cincinnati, Ohio. 3 headline "England Mourns King George V; Prince of Wales is Edward VIII; Parliament Takes Oath Today" with subhead "Monarch was 70, Had Ruled Since 1909". "New King - Is First Bachelor" and other news of the day. This is the outer leaf only and is in good condition. See photos for details.
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GARDINER HOME JOURNAL from Gardiner, Maine, dated Jan. 21, 1891. See the photo below for the nice front page article titled: "Meerschaum Pipes--From Lumps of White Clay to Artistic Bowls". This interesting and very detailed article takes over a full column of text! Great reading. You get the complete, 4 page issue which is in nice condition save for some irregularity at the blank spine margin.
HARPER'S WEEKLY January 21, 1899. Front full pg. illus. of "Paris - The Last Session of the American and Spanish Peace Commissioners." Inside is a full pg. of illus. of "Boston - The great South Railway Station - The Largest in America." 1/2 pg. illus. of "Havana - Scenes Attending the American Occupation."
Doublepage centerfold of "Havana - Scenes Attending... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Jan. 21, 1893 Full ftpg. boating scene: 'Call Away the Life Boat!'. Fullpg. with 6 photos: 'Scenes on the Shrewsbury River During the Cold Spell'. Halfpg: 'Ice Jam in the North River'. Photo of Nantucket's Coskata Life Saving Service crew.
Complete in sixteen pages.
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 21, 1888 (with Supplement) Full front pg. illus. of "Not Even Handed Justice." by W.A. Rogers. Inside is a full pg. illus. containing three illus. pertaining to "The Art Institute of Chicago." Full pg. illus. of "Grape and Hop Culture in California." Full pg. illus. of "The Pennsylvania Strike-Miners Calling a Meeting",... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 21, 1882 Front full pg. portrait of "Daniel Webster." Inside are two 1/4 pg. portraits of "The Late Richard H. Dana" and "The Late Hon. Edwin W. Stoughton." 1/2 pg. illus. of "Ruins of Havemeyer & Elder's Sugar Refinery, Williamsburg, Long Island." 1/2 pg. Nast illus. of "Innocence Abroad." Full ... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, Jan. 21, 1871 Nice fullpg: 'Cared For' shows what looks like a Red Cross worker caring for a wounded soldier. Nice halfpg: 'Map Showing the Route of the Northern Pacific Railroad' fullpg. Nast: 'America Sympathizes With the Pope' 'School or Jail?' 'Interior of the Academy of Music'
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Jan. 21, 1865 The full front page is a print: "View of General Butler's Dutch Gap Canal Before the Explosion of the Bulkhead". Inside has a full page print: "The Union Army Entered Savannah on the 21st December and on the 24th the First Number of the 'Loyal Georgian' Was Issued."
Other prints within include: "Rear-Adm... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Jan. 21, 1860 The full front page shows: "Ruins of the Pemberton Mills, At Lawrence, Massachusetts...". The doublepage centerfold has has 12 comic vignettes titled: "A Broadsheet of Good Things, by John Leech". Also a three-quarter page print: "The Ball at Tammany Hall, New York...In Commemoration of the Anniversary of the Battle of New... See More
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, January 21, 1882 This issue has much invention news and illustrations including front page illustration(s) headed: "THE MANUFACTURE OF HEMLOCK SOLE LEATHER - BRUNSWICK TANNERY OF HOYT BROTHER, NEW YORK". These illustration(s) also have related text as well. This issue is 16 pages and in nice condition.