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This collection contains miscellaneous items chiefly relating to the Chicago Tribune. Materials include clippings, reprints, correspondence and photographs.
"The Chicago Daily Tribune. The World's Greatest Newspaper. The best now the cheapest. 1 cent in Chicago and suburbs. Better than any and only a penny", 1910
Advertising broadside. Produced during the circulation war with Victor Lawsdon
Reprint of James O'Donnell Bennett's page-one article challenging the reports of German atrocities
Illustrations and articles related to the World's Columbian Exposition. According to the card index to the Chicago Tribune Archive, this issue also contains an article on "fake stories" in the Tribune
This area of the vertical file (series XI-127) contains information about the 1946 experimental facsimile edition of the Tribune, including prints of every known copy. (For a few dates, the collection contains both the original print as well as the copy transmitted by facsimile.) This area also contains information about earlier and later experiments with the technique.
Photographs, clippings, biographies, obituaries, etc.
Selected pages, including the columns "Bright sayings of the Children," "Marion Harland's helping hand," "For and by business girls," "Etiquette," "Does woman ever propose?" "Doris Blake says" [advice], "Real love stories," "The Tribune cook book," and "Before and after marriage;" but may originally have been saved for the embroidery patterns