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New York Daily News [calendar for 1888]

New York Daily News [calendar for 1888]

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Advertisement poster and calendar for the year 1888 for New York Daily News, showing a busy street scene near the "Daily News" building; and interior view of a residence announcing the " Daily and Sunday Edition", and newsboys competing with each other to make a sale, also a newsboy at top; with calendar on lower left.
S33541 U.S. Copyright Office.
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Caption continues: Circulation larger than that of any other daily in the United States.
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Copyright stamp, date, and number appear on right.
Stamped and inscribed in pencil on right: Library of Congress, City of Washington. Copyright Jan 6 1888 33541Sp1s.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).

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