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Issues of a miniature newspaper published in Cleveland in 1960, containing selected articles from the three Cleveland newspapers of 1860, the Cleveland plain dealer, the Daily herald, and the Leader.
|Statement||Edited by Louis M. Bloch, Jr.|
|Contributions||Bloch, Louis M. ed.|
|LC Classifications||F499.C6 N4|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||61009925|
Download Cleveland newspaper selections, September-December 1860.
OCLC Number: Language Note: English. Notes: Issues of a miniature newspaper published in Cleveland incontaining selected articles from the three Cleveland newspapers ofthe Cleveland plain dealer, the Daily herald, and the Leader. Cleveland morning leader.
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Cleveland Public Library. Revised January 1, (Originally published File Size: KB. Painesville Telegraph Microfilm Stebbins Index - A-Z Index to Painesville Teleraph Microfilm Notice Selections, Chronological Order - by Judy J.
Stebbins (below). Gives name, type of article, and newspaper citation. Each refers to the book of Notice Selections. Go to Index. Paper copy at Morley Library. Full-text searching of all issues of the Cleveland Call and Post published between and (An index to issues from to and full text for issues from to present is available in the Ethnic Newswatch database.) Cleveland’s longtime African American newspaper, the Call & Post was formed in by the merger of the Call and the Post.
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In four Cleveland newspapers passed from the cradle to the grave, the Daily Morning News, founded by George M. Shippen; the Palladium of Liberty, anti slavery, founded by Rev.
Butts, and of which it has been said that when it ceased to function, liberty was left without a palladium; the Eagle Eyed News Catcher, which caught more news. Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure—popularly known as Fanny Hill (possibly an anglicisation of the Latin mons veneris, mound of Venus) —is an erotic novel by English novelist John Cleland first published in London in Written while the author was in debtors' prison in London, it is considered "the first original English prose pornography, and the first pornography to use the form of the Author: John Cleland.
Emerging from the Civil War as Cleveland's leading daily, the Leader was organized as a joint stock company on 3 July Its evening edition, begun in as the Evening Leader, was renamed the Evening News in By its circulation of 13, was double that of the Herald and 5 times that of the PLAIN DEALER.
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This source does not provide salary averages. This is a list of online newspaper archives and some magazines and journals, including both free and pay wall blocked digital archives. Most are scanned from microfilm into pdf, gif or similar graphic formats and many of the graphic archives have been indexed into searchable text databases utilizing optical character recognition (OCR) technology.
Some newspapers do not allow access to the OCR. Clipping found in The Pittsburgh Press in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Oct 4, Cleveland. Cleveland, Charles Dexter, A compendium of English literature: chronologically arranged from Sir John Mandeville to William Cowper: consisting of biographical sketches of the authors, selections from their works, with various criticism: designed as a text book for the highest classes in schools and for junior classes in colleges.
The Cleveland News was a daily and Sunday American newspaper in Cleveland, was published from until when it was absorbed by the rival paper The Cleveland Press. History. The Cleveland News traces its antecedents towhen The Cleveland Leader titled its late edition the Evening a rival newspaper, the Cleveland Herald, ended publication inthe Leader Ceased publication: Records of ante-bellum southern plantations from the Revolution through the Civil War [microform] Accompanied by printed reel guides, compiled by Martin Schipper.
Contents: ser. Selections from the South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina (2 pts.) -- [etc.] --ser. Selection from the University of Virginia Library (2 pts.)File Size: KB. - Newspaper clipping describing Cleveland's inauguration, The Baltimore Sun, March 5,in Grover Cleveland's Scrapbook.
- Original document scanned in for the former American Memory presentation “I Do Solemnly Swear”: Presidential Inaugurations (retired ). The CLEVELAND PRESS was the flagship of the communications chain founded by EDWARD W. years after helping his brother James start the Detroit News, Scripps came to Cleveland, where he started the Penny Press on Frankfort St.
on 2 Nov. A small, 4-page afternoon daily, it reflected Scripps's predilection for news condensation and announced its independence of party politics.
History of the City of Manitowoc, Wisconsin from to / by Caroline Hubbard. History of the City of Manitowoc: its pioneers and early industries prior to / by Otto Gass. Official program of Manitowoc County Centennial, June July 5, “Illuminating and well-written Deserves a place in the highest ranks of Civil War scholarship.” —The Cleveland Plain Dealer In Novembertelegraph lines carried the news that Abraham Lincoln had been elected president.
Over the next five months. Search this collection to find newspaper articles about the presidential election of A selection of articles on the presidential election includes: gifted orator and three-time presidential candidate was born on Main Salem, Illinois.
Inhe defeated incumbent President Grover Cleveland to win the Democratic. Other articles where Cleveland Press is discussed: Edward Willis Scripps: (Ohio) Penny Press (afterward the Cleveland Press), and by he also controlled papers in St.
Louis, Missouri; Detroit; and Cincinnati, Ohio. Inwith his half brother George H. Scripps and Milton Alexander McRae, he formed the Scripps-McRae League of Newspapers, and in he established another chain, the. Read Cleveland Gazette Newspaper Archives,p.
1 with family history and genealogy records from Cleveland, Ohio [Cleveland, Ohio]: Published by the Cleveland Museum of Art in cooperation with Indiana University Press, Mentioned and Reproduced: p. Henning, Edward B.
Creativity in Art and Science. From its founding as a modest dry goods emporium to its heyday as Cleveland’s premier department store, The Higbee Company became indelibly embedded in Cleveland consciousness.
Decades of intriguing promotions, sparkling events in the store’s 10th floor community spaces, and distinctive dining in The Silver Grille made the Higbee. Folded book with illustrated frontispiece; gold and silver on paper (mulberry) Book: x cm (8 1/8 x 17 3/16 in.); Each page: x 11 cm (8 1/8 x 4 5/16 in.).
Career. Cleveland was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. Cleveland moved to Hollywood in and went on to work in films via acting, producing and directing. Cleveland is perhaps best remembered today as George "Gramps" Miller in the early years of the long running US series Lassie.
The early seasons in which Cleveland appeared were retitled Jeff's Collie for syndicated reruns and DVD release. Sharon Springs, New York Union Free School District No. 1; Record Book, Sheet Metal Workers' International Association, Local 83; Records, Shill, Gertrude; Papers, Sporting News Dope Book.
pages, Has Joe DiMaggio on the cover. Has major and minor league statistics Has schedules as well as team records and major league records etc. Has histories of each team and a ball park diagram for every team as well as many factoids & stats you cannot find in any other publication.
Book of the Second American Chess Congress, Held at Cleveland, Ohio, December, (Dubuque: O. Brownson, Jr., ca. ), by American Chess Congress (page images at HathiTrust) The Book of the Sixth American Chess Congress: Containing the Games of the International Chess Tournament Held at New York in (c), ed.
by William Steinitz. BRENNER CUYAHOGA COUNTY OHIO: CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST 2/23/ CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST 7/4/ Death Of George A Benedict Dies Of Injuries Decem Opening Of A Barber Shop Decem People involved in tunnel accident: Cleveland, OH () Two Sisters Drowned - Thorne June 9, Harris-Elmore Public Library Digital Collections - News Articles Harris-Elmore Public Library Digital Collections - Obituaries Harris-Elmore Public Library Digital Collections - Photographs.
Read Cleveland Gazette Newspaper Archives,p. 3 with family history and genealogy records from Cleveland, Ohio President Cleveland's veto of Congress' attempt to provide seeds to Texas farmers was a testament to his devotion to the spoils system. Identify the arguments made by Charles Darwin in his book On the Origin of Species.
- The selection of a pro-gold nominee drove many southern farmers to the Republican party. Southwest corner of E. nd St. and Euclid showing the Fannie Farmer candy company, Euclid; Sidney Schwartz's millinery shop, 1/2 Euclid; and the Clear Silk Hosiery Co., Euclid.
THE CLEVELAND HERALD, Ohio, Sept. 20, Keep in mind that James Garfield is from a suburb of Cleveland, making this report significant in a Cleveland newspaper.
The top of a middle column on the front page has a stack of heads including quotes from the Bible: "STRICKEN!Groveland artists Michael Banning and Andrew Wykes are featured in the book, Artists of the Midwest, by E.
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