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Newspaper

Scheduled publication containing news of events, articles, features, editorials, and advertising

A newspaper is a periodical publication containing written information about current events and is often typed in black ink with a white or gray background.

Newspapers can cover a wide variety of fields such as politics, business, sports and art, and often include materials such as opinion columns, weather forecasts, reviews of local services, obituaries, birth notices, crosswords, editorial cartoons, comic strips, and advice columns.

Most newspapers are businesses, and they pay their expenses with a mixture of subscription revenue, newsstand sales, and advertising revenue. The journalism organizations that publish newspapers are themselves often metonymically called newspapers.

Newspapers have traditionally been published in print (usually on cheap, low-grade paper called newsprint). However, today most newspapers are also published on websites as online newspapers, and some have even abandoned their print versions entirely.

Newspapers developed in the 17th century, as information sheets for merchants. By the early 19th century, many cities in Europe, as well as North and South America, published newspapers.

Some newspapers with high editorial independence, high journalism quality, and large circulation are viewed as newspapers of record.

Newspaper Media

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Supplement to the Pennsylvania Gazette, No. 867. Philadelphia, July 25, 1745. Monday evening the General Assembly of this Province met, having been called by the Governor; who the next morning sent them the following message ... Philadelphia: P

Supplement to the Pennsylvania Gazette, No. 867. Philadelphia, July 25...

Franklin 2.; Imprint 3.; Penn. (Colony Governor. George Thomas.; On verso: 2-90-224.15. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. ... More

To the publick. The booksellers of the town of Boston. Unwilling to impose on the publick by printing their private disputes in the newspapers … and at the same time (in justice to themselves) desirous of making their answer to Dr. Ames as publi

To the publick. The booksellers of the town of Boston. Unwilling to im...

Positive Photostat.; Ames, Nathaniel.; Not in Evans. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfol... More

The Pennsylvania journal and weekly advertiser - expiring: in hopes of a resurrection to life again / William Bradford.

The Pennsylvania journal and weekly advertiser - expiring: in hopes of...

Print shows the masthead for The Pennsylvania Journal and Weekly Advertiser with a skull and crossbones representation of the official stamp required by the Stamp Act of 1765, "An emblem of the effects of the S... More

[Britannia frees the dove of peace]

[Britannia frees the dove of peace]

Newspaper masthead illustration showing Britannia freeing the dove of peace. Title devised by Library staff. Illus. in: The Boston Gazette, and Country Journal, no. 769 (1770 January 1), title page. Published i... More

[The coffin of Patrick Carr]

[The coffin of Patrick Carr]

Print shows section of newspaper column with illustration of the coffin bearing skull and crossbones and the initials of Patrick Carr, who died from wounds received during the Boston Massacre. Title devised by ... More

[Four coffins of men killed in the Boston Massacre]

[Four coffins of men killed in the Boston Massacre]

Print shows section of newspaper column with illustration of four coffins bearing skull and crossbones and the initials of those killed: Samuel Gray, Samuel Maverick, James Caldwell, and Crispus Attucks. Title ... More

The Massachusetts centinel

The Massachusetts centinel

Print shows the masthead for The Massachusetts Centinel with illustration of Justice sitting on an obelisk holding a liberty cap on staff in one hand and an olive(?) branch in the other. Title from item. Illus.... More

Notice: I hereby forewarn all persons against crediting my wife, Delilah McConnell ...

Notice: I hereby forewarn all persons against crediting my wife, Delil...

Bilingual notice in English and Cherokee stating that William McConnell will no longer pay the debts of his wife Delilah McConnell as she has left him. Item in: Cherokee phoenix. New Echota [Ga.] : Isaac H. Har... More

[Guardian's notice for determined to be Elizabeth Almy "incapable of managing her estate"]

[Guardian's notice for determined to be Elizabeth Almy "incapable of m...

Notice by John Almy who was the guardian of Elizabeth Almy, published in the Newport Mercury. Item in: Newport Mercury. Newport, R.I. : Printed by J. Franklin, 1835 July 25. (Bound volume 9658). Published in: A... More

[Executrix notice for Rev. Michael Eddy, deceased, Phebe Eddy, Exect'rx]

[Executrix notice for Rev. Michael Eddy, deceased, Phebe Eddy, Exect'r...

Notice by Phebe Eddy, executrix of Rev. Michael Eddy, published in the Newport Mercury. Item in: Newport Mercury. Newport, R.I. : Printed by J. Franklin, 1835? August 29. (Bound volume 9658). Published in: Amer... More

[Guardian's notice by Abby Maxson for two children]

[Guardian's notice by Abby Maxson for two children]

Notice by Abby Maxson who was appointed guardian of Ann C. Maxson and James N. Maxson, children of the deceased John S. Maxson, published in the Newport Mercury. Item in: Newport Mercury. Newport, R.I. : Printe... More

[Administratrix notice for estate of James Taylor and Ann Taylor, Adm'x]

[Administratrix notice for estate of James Taylor and Ann Taylor, Adm'...

Administratrix notice for estate of James Taylor, "druggist and apothecary" by administratrix Ann Taylor, published in the Newport Mercury. Item in: Newport Mercury. Newport, R.I. : Printed by J. Franklin, 1835... More

[Executor's notice for will of Anna Carpenter and administrator's notice for estate of Mrs. Frances Woodman]

[Executor's notice for will of Anna Carpenter and administrator's noti...

Executor's notice for will of Anna Carpenter by executors Stephen Gould and Edward W. Lawton and administrator's notice for estate of Mrs. Frances Woodman by administrator John Stevens, both published in the Ne... More

[Probate notice for Mary Pitman, single woman]

[Probate notice for Mary Pitman, single woman]

Probate notice from the Court of Probate, Newport, Rhode Island, published in the Newport Mercury. Item in: Newport Mercury. Newport, R.I. : Printed by J. Franklin, 1835 April 6. (Bound volume 9658). Published ... More

To married women - Madame Restell, female physician

To married women - Madame Restell, female physician

Advertisment in the New York herald newspaper for "preventative powders for married ladies, whose health forbids too rapid increase of family." Item in: New York Herald. New York [N.Y.] : James Gordon Bennett, ... More

Mrs. Bird, female physician To the Ladies--Madame Costello.

Mrs. Bird, female physician To the Ladies--Madame Costello.

Two advertisments from the New York sun newspaper. Mrs. Bird offers pills for treatment of menstrual irregularity and Madame Costello offers help to women who want to be treated for "obstruction of their month... More

Surveyor of customs

Surveyor of customs

Drawing shows a customs agent, seen from behind, reading a newspaper identified only as "Herald." Bayard Taylor traveled extensively in Europe between 1844 and his death in 1879. Gift; Charles F. Heartman; 1922... More

French periodical pills - Warranted to have the desired effect in all cases

French periodical pills - Warranted to have the desired effect in all ...

Advertisment by Dr. L. Monroe in the Boston daily times newspaper for "French periodical pills" for regulation of "the monthly turns of females." Advertisement advises that "ladies married should not take them ... More

... The undersigned would respectfully beg leave to inform his friends and the public that he proposes to establish in Washington a general reading and news room, which will be daily supplied with the principal newspapers published in this count

... The undersigned would respectfully beg leave to inform his friends...

Clephane, James. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 198, Folder 17.

Prospectus Montis Sion

Prospectus Montis Sion

Gift; Louise McDanell Browne; 1948. Title from item. Stamped on verso: Gift from Louise McDanell Browne in memory of her husband C.A. Browne, April 27 1948. The Library of Congress. Print torn on edges and bott... More

[Portrait of seated man holding the Charleston Zeitung, possibly the owner of the newspaper company, Franz Melchers]

[Portrait of seated man holding the Charleston Zeitung, possibly the o...

Title devised by Library staff. Purchase; Dennis A. Waters; 2014; (DLC/PP-2014:147). Forms part of: Daguerreotype Collection (Library of Congress). Vender : Dennis A. Waters.

How illustrated newspapers are made

How illustrated newspapers are made

Ten illustrations showing editorial rooms, engravers' room, artists at work, engraving tools, etc., at offices of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, v. 2, 185... More

[Front page of Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper with picture of John Brown]

[Front page of Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper with picture of Jo...

Three-quarter length portrait of Brown accompanies text describing the insurrection at Harper's Ferry.

Sawyer. Renshaw

Sawyer. Renshaw

Portrait of a soldier & gentlemen.

The Methodist : the largest and best paper in the denomination / John A. Gray, Printer, Stereotyper, and Binder, Cor. of Frankfort and Jacob Sts., New York.

The Methodist : the largest and best paper in the denomination / John ...

Print shows a large advertisement for "The Methodist" a denominational newspaper published in New York; includes portraits of Rev. Henry Slicer, D.D., of the East-Baltimore Conference, Rev. George Peck, D.D., o... More

Notice. The subscriber respectfully informs merchants, publishers or newspapers and the public generally, that he has established a collecting agency for New England and parts adjacent, and gives his personal attention to the collection of bills

Notice. The subscriber respectfully informs merchants, publishers or n...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 67, Folder 26.

Reading the war news in Broadway, New York / /from a sketch by our special artist.

Reading the war news in Broadway, New York / /from a sketch by our spe...

Illustration from: Illustrated London news, 1861.

General Joseph R. Hawley, president of the Chicago convention Hon. Edward H. Durell, of Louisiana. Reading the news of the nomination of General Grant in the country / / sketched by W.B. Baird.

General Joseph R. Hawley, president of the Chicago convention Hon. Edw...

3 illustrations in: Harper's weekly, 1868 June 6, p. 364.

A thirsty crowd Newspapers for the Army. The race for camp E. Forbes

A thirsty crowd Newspapers for the Army. The race for camp E. Forbes

Print shows two scenes, at top, a large group of soldiers, many of them zouaves, crowding at the entrance to a stone springhouse waiting to get a drink of water, a covered wagon exits on the left; at bottom, th... More

[Cartoon showing Puck pointing at New York Herald and Staatszeitung newspaper buildings and saying to large female figure "Nemesis": "These proud edifices have helped to rear that one! (Madame Restell's medical office building). Your task is not yet completed". Cartoon shows editorial opposition to newspapers which permit classified ads for female doctors, who cater to females ("Frauenärztin") and for lurid amusement personals]

[Cartoon showing Puck pointing at New York Herald and Staatszeitung ne...

Lithograph by J. Keppler. Illus. in: Puck, 1878 April 10, pp. 8-9. Ref. copy may be in LOT 4399. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: NY NYC Misc.; Newspapers...; ... More

The New Northwest

The New Northwest

Masthead for the New Northwest newspaper, Portland, Oregon. Item in: The New Northwest, Portland, Or. : Mrs. A. Duniway, 1879 Nov. 27. Published in: American women : a Library of Congress guide for the study of... More

Dottie and Lottie. Why Dottie, I thought you'd be all ready for church ...

Dottie and Lottie. Why Dottie, I thought you'd be all ready for church...

Preparatory sketches for "Dottie and Lottie." Gift; Mrs. Peter Grant; 1940; (DLC/PP-1940:008). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress).

The sun goes into eclipse

The sun goes into eclipse

No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860221.

Hyenas at work / Gillam.

Hyenas at work / Gillam.

Print shows a pack of hyenas labeled "N.Y. Commercial, N.Y. Sun, N.Y. Herald, Washtn. Post, The Rosecrans Letters, [and] 306" crowded around a sepulchral monument to James A. Garfield labeled "Fame"; those hyen... More

Representative religious journals & journalists of America

Representative religious journals & journalists of America

10532 U.S. Copyright Office. General information about the Popular and Applied Graphic Art print materials is available at: https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.pga Title information compiled by Junior Fellows, 2005-... More

No longer a welcome visitor

No longer a welcome visitor

Man standing next to woman and child chasing person dressed in a New York Daily Press newspaper, printed with scandalous headlines, away from his house. Variant title on verso: The only way to make him mind his... More

The workingman will support Cleveland

The workingman will support Cleveland

Includes clippings from London papers. No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

The returned prodigal shows signs of relapse : Old Observer (who has several other aliases)--"what is the fatted calf to a party that has eaten husks for twenty years. Give him the whole herd"

The returned prodigal shows signs of relapse : Old Observer (who has s...

Man standing next to Uncle Sam, possibly Grover Cleveland; man in center wrapped in tiger skin; two men at left wrapped in newspapers, "The Sun" and "Louisville Courier-Journal."

North Custer County, Nebraska.

North Custer County, Nebraska.

summary: Note: The man pictured appears to be reading a newspaper original size: 6x8

The Sunday World Nov 15

The Sunday World Nov 15

Poster shows an illustration of people reading the "The Sunday World" newspaper. Title from item. Artist not identified. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Signed with an uniden... More

Isaac Ware, Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Isaac Ware, Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

summary: Note: Mr. Ware proudly holds a copy of the ALLIANCE INDEPENDANT, a Populist newspaper published in Lincoln, Nebraska. The name was changed to the ALLIANCE INDEPENDANT on 30 June 1892, so this photogr... More

Wanted--Male help; Wanted--Female help

Wanted--Male help; Wanted--Female help

Help wanted advertisments from the Chicago Tribune arranged in separate sections by gender. Item in: Chicago tribune. Chicago, Ill. : Tribune Co., 1892 January 10 (Bound newspaper no. 7635). Published in: Ameri... More

A X-mas dream

A X-mas dream

No accession number. Published in: Washington post. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

The New York Sunday World Sunday, July 7

The New York Sunday World Sunday, July 7

Poster shows an illustration of a woman, on a swing, with a large bird sitting on her lap smoking a cigar. Title from item. Artist not identified. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congr... More

The black list of states

The black list of states

Listing of states which allowed girls younger than eighteen to legally marry. Includes Delaware (seven years) and North Carolina, South Carolina and Alabama (eight years). Item in: The courier-journal. Louisvi... More

Women's edition (Buffalo) Courier / ARG ; the Courier Litho. Co., Buffalo, N.Y.

Women's edition (Buffalo) Courier / ARG ; the Courier Litho. Co., Buff...

Woman, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, with roses in her hair and a ribbon encircling her head. Poster advertising the women's edition of the Buffalo Courier published May 8, 1895. Published in: Amer... More

The New York Sunday World, Sunday, July 28.

The New York Sunday World, Sunday, July 28.

Poster shows an illustration of a woman, standing at the bow of a sailboat, wearing a long dress with oversized puffy sleeves, extra long and pointy collar, and a sailor's cap with the word "World" written on t... More

The Boston Sunday Hearld - ladies want it Feb. 24 / Boston Eng. Co. ; E. Reed.

The Boston Sunday Hearld - ladies want it Feb. 24 / Boston Eng. Co. ; ...

Print shows a portrait of a woman, half-length, right profile, sitting, reading a newspaper, with flowers in the background. Possibly a self-portrait by artist Ethel Reed. Title from item. Exhibited: "Craft and... More

The New York Sunday Herald Feb. 9th '96

The New York Sunday Herald Feb. 9th '96

Poster shows newspaper cover design including article titles. Title from item. Artist not identified. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal: U.S. D41. 1896 Gift; J... More

New York Sunday Herald Oct - 4th 1896

New York Sunday Herald Oct - 4th 1896

Poster shows an illustration of a woman, wearing a white gown and laurel wreath in her hair, holding a copy of the New York Herald newspaper over her head. Title from item. Artist not identified. Forms part of ... More

The Sunday World Oct. 25th

The Sunday World Oct. 25th

Poster shows an illustration of a woman, in a colorful dress and hat, dancing among footballs while holding a long stick with a wooden head attached. Title from item. Artist not identified. Forms part of the Ar... More

The New York Sunday World Feb. 23rd.

The New York Sunday World Feb. 23rd.

Poster shows an illustration of a woman wearing a broad brimmed plumed hat pulling up her dress and screaming after being frightened at the sight of a mouse.

The New York Sunday World March 22nd.

The New York Sunday World March 22nd.

Poster shows an illustration of a woman, wearing a broad brimmed plumed hat and feathered boa, slightly pulling up her dress as she dances. Title from item. Artist not identified. Forms part of the Artist poste... More

The New York Sunday World April 19th.

The New York Sunday World April 19th.

Poster shows an illustration of a woman, wearing a long black dress, lying on a chaise, reading "The Sunday World". Title from item. Artist not identified. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library... More

The Sunday World Aug 9th

The Sunday World Aug 9th

Poster shows an illustration of a woman, at the beach, wearing a bathing suit pointing to the story titles in The Sunday World newspaper; another woman, fully clothed, stands in background; two clowns with fish... More

The Sunday World Sept. 27th

The Sunday World Sept. 27th

Poster shows an illustration of a man standing on a bridge with a copy of "The World" tucked under his arm as he looks across the water towards the city; a bright light shines from a building saying "8 funny pa... More

The Sunday World Sept. 13 Edge

The Sunday World Sept. 13 Edge

Poster shows a person reading newspaper labeled "8 Funny Pages", seated, leaning against a fence in which there is a large hole through which a bulldog is passing; broadsides on the fence advertise the Sunday W... More

The New York Sunday World March 8th.

The New York Sunday World March 8th.

Poster shows an illustration of a woman, holding a black mask, wearing a broad brimmed plumed hat with fur trimmed coat wrapped partially around her body; an angel in background.

New York Sunday Herald Nov - 8th 1896

New York Sunday Herald Nov - 8th 1896

Poster shows an illustration of a young woman, smartly dressed, standing on the street, holding a stack of New York Sunday Herald newspapers. Title from item. Artist not identified. Forms part of the Artist pos... More

New York Sunday Herald Oct - 18th '96

New York Sunday Herald Oct - 18th '96

Poster shows an illustration of a woman, wearing a matching coat and plume hat, walking a dog. Title from item. Artist not identified. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promoti... More

[William Randolph Hearst, full-length portrait, facing front, seated with legs crossed, left shoe labeled "The Examiner" and right shoe labeled "The Journal", with a copy of the "The Examiner" extending from the right pocket of his coat and a copy of "The Journal" extending from the left pocket] / Davenport, New York '96.

[William Randolph Hearst, full-length portrait, facing front, seated w...

William Randolph Hearst took charge of his father's paper, the San Francisco Examiner in 1886 when he was 23. In 1895, he acquired the New York Morning Journal. Hearst was instrumental in the development of w... More

Sunday World May 17th

Sunday World May 17th

Poster shows illustrations of a woman wearing a red dress and hat, a man in top hat and coat carrying a walking stick, and two clowns. Title from item. Artist not identified. Forms part of the Artist poster fil... More

The "new journalism" beats him / Ehrhart.

The "new journalism" beats him / Ehrhart.

Print shows a bespectacled man wearing a top hat and over coat, holding a book titled "Old Sleuth the Detective", standing on the street where young children are reading the newspapers labeled "Daily Scandal Mo... More

Restless Athens - waiting for the newspapers - War of 1897, Greece

Restless Athens - waiting for the newspapers - War of 1897, Greece

Large crowd of people in street. Stereo copyrighted by Underwood & Underwood (J.F. Jarvis, publisher). This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Crowds; Gr. Athens 1897... More

Anything for a scandal / J.S. Pughe.

Anything for a scandal / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows President William McKinley standing at the edge of a mudhole labeled "Slander" and "Abuse", his right hand raised to a "stop" gesture, and he holds a mud-splattered American flag in his left hand. T... More

N.Y. Journal despatch yacht "Buccaneer" /

N.Y. Journal despatch yacht "Buccaneer" /

"Shows the despatch boat of the "New York Journal" steaming through the water, having aboard the war correspondents. This is one of the fastest yachts engaged in the business. She approaches rapidly and as she ... More

Newspaper war bulletins, Park Row, New York

Newspaper war bulletins, Park Row, New York

44765 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright 1902 by R. Y. Young. Title from item.

War correspondents /

War correspondents /

"Shows a phase of the war excitement as it affects newpaper men at Key West, Florida. About a dozen war correspondents of the different New York papers are running up the street in a bunch to get to the cable o... More

Puck to the rescue / Keppler.

Puck to the rescue / Keppler.

Print shows a female figure sitting on a stone bench writing a list of names in a large book, including "McKinley, Dewey, Sampson, Schley, Hobson and his crew, Wainwright, Clark, Miles, Shafter, Wheeler, Roosev... More

[A series of statistical charts illustrating the condition of the descendants of former African slaves now in residence in the United States of America] American Negro newspapers and periodicals.

[A series of statistical charts illustrating the condition of the desc...

Diagram shows number of magazines and newspapers published by African Americans. Title from LOT 11931, no. 37; part title from item. Chart prepared by Atlanta University students for the Negro Exhibit of the Am... More

Our beloved German-American / D.K.

Our beloved German-American / D.K.

Illustration showing a well-dressed man sitting in a chair, reading a newspaper with the headline "American Politics", through large spectacles labeled "Made in Germany"; he is smoking a cigar(?) through a larg... More

The cleansing of New York / Dalrymple.

The cleansing of New York / Dalrymple.

Illustration showing a large hand labeled "LAW" holding up by the collar newspaper publishers Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst, with view of New York City in the background. Title from item. Caption:... More

Photograph of the Newspapers & Current Periodicals Reading Room, Library of Congress

Photograph of the Newspapers & Current Periodicals Reading Room, Libra...

Another copy may be in: U.S. GEOG FILE - WASHINGTON, D.C. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS JEFFERSON BUILDING INTERIOR OFFICES SERIAL RECORDS DIVISION. This record contains unverified data from caption card.

The subsidized newspaper / J.S. Pughe.

The subsidized newspaper / J.S. Pughe.

Illustration shows a large group of citizens reading the latest news of a stock boom and rushing off to the stockbroker to purchase the hot commodity; in the background, the broker is seen paying off the newspa... More

Delivering newspapers /

Delivering newspapers /

The film shows a group of about fifty pre-adolescent boys running and crowding around a one-horse paneled newspaper van that pulls up in the foreground of the picture. On the side of the van is a sign reading "... More

The official scapegoat / Keppler.

The official scapegoat / Keppler.

Illustration shows an unidentified man sitting in a chair in a cell at Sing Sing Prison, he has changed out of his prison uniform, into a business suit, and is doling out money by the scoop-ful in return for "B... More

The war with Japan / L.M. Glackens.

The war with Japan / L.M. Glackens.

Illustration shows Theodore Roosevelt wearing military uniform with the Japanese Imperial seal on the hat, holding a rifle, and standing behind the "Park Row Earth Works", as two rolled-up newspapers labeled "S... More

The Lucrezia Borgia of journalism

The Lucrezia Borgia of journalism

Illustration shows William Randolph Hearst, wearing a bright yellow dress, as Lucrezia Borgia painting poison from pots labeled "Slander, Riot, Scandal, Malice, [and] Spite" on various newspapers labeled "San F... More

Women strikers selling newspapers for a living. New York shirt waist workers strike

Women strikers selling newspapers for a living. New York shirt waist w...

Photo by Bain News Service, N.Y.C. Title and other information transcribed from unverified, old caption card data and item. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Caption card tracings: Shelf.

John Gibson, Newsboy, 13 years of age. Selling newspapers 7 years. Average earnings $1.25 per week. Selling newspapers own choice. Smokes. Visits saloons. Works 9 hours per day. John's brother is a messenger who directed investigator to a number of houses of prostitution, on Tatnall and Orange Sts. Investigator, Edward F. Brown. Location: Wilmington, Delaware Photo by Lewis W. Hine., May, 1910

John Gibson, Newsboy, 13 years of age. Selling newspapers 7 years. Ave...

Title from NCLC caption card. In album: Street trades. Hine no. 1522. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. General information about the ... More

I'm worried : whatter yer worried about? : I'm worried about Europe

I'm worried : whatter yer worried about? : I'm worried about Europe

Cf. CAI - Herford, no. 261 (A size). No publication information. Gift; Mrs. Peter Grant; 1940; (DLC/PP-1940:008). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress).