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Record 14/57
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Call# Boston Herald
Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Summary Boston Herald, 20 issues, 1858-1942

April 9, 1858, "Conveyances, Public Houses," 16.25 x 22.5, p. 1-4

November 11, 1872, "Boston's calamity: terrible conflagration," 19x24, p. 1-4

November 12, 1872, Fire: "The Conflagration… The Latest Phases and Results..." 18.5 x 24.25, p. 1-2

April 20, 1875, "Centennial: Lexington and Concord… Noble Deeds Grandly Commemorated… A Memorable Anniversary," 18.5 x 25, p. 1-4

June 15, 1875, "Celebration: Centennial Anniversary, Battle of Bunker Hill," 19x25, p. 1-8

June 18, 1875, "Bunker Hill: The Centennial Celebrated… How It Was Done in 'the Hub,'" 18.5 x 24, p. 1-8

July 24, 1879, "The Ball Opened… Large Republican Rally at Portland," 18.5 x 24, p. 1-4

April 19, 1894, "The Bay State's New Holiday Auspiciously Inaugurated: Anniversary of the First Fight for National Liberty Fittingly Ushered in with Patriotic Exercises," 18.75 x 11.75 , p. 1-2, 5-10

April 20, 1894, "Captured by the Cyclers: Thousands of Wheelmen Ride to Lexington and Concord," 18.5 x 24, p. 4-5

April 20, 1894, "Spirit of Fathers Was Abroad: Patriot's Day Crowned and Placed in the Galaxy of Holidays… Most Elaborate Celebration at Historic Lexington," 19 x 25, p. 1-8

April 20, 1925, "Revere and Dawes Ride Again Today for Climax of Great Celebrations: …Vice-President Is to Cover Route His Ancestor of 1775 Galloped Over," 18.25 x 22.75, p. 1-4

March 4, 1933, "Roosevelt to Call Congress in Session Immediately; Nation Awaits Inaugural," 18 x 22.75, p. 1-20

March 6, 1933, "U.S. Banks Closed for 4 Days: Roosevelt Calls Congress to Meet Thursday… State to Await U.S. Action," 18 x 22.5, p. 1-18

March 8, 1933, "U.S. Now Planning New Currency: Treasury Abandoning Scrip in Favor of Reserve Notes," 18 x 23.25, p. 1-18

March 9, 1933, "Banks to Re-open Tomorrow: Congress Pledges Roosevelt to Act Today," 17.75 x 22.75, p. 1-20

March 10, 1933, "Roosevelt Extends Bank Holiday: President Ready to Reopen 5000 Sound Banks; Signs Bill," 18 x 22.75, p. 1-28

March 11, 1933, "California Quake Kills 121… Sound Banks Open Monday; Pay Slash Up Today," 18 x 22.75, p. 1-18

March 12, 1933, "Boston Reserve Banks Open Monday... Nation Musters Its Forces for Quake Relief," 18 x 23 1, p. 2, 7, 8

April 19, 1941, "Minute Man Vigilance of '75 Finds Lexington Ready in '41," 16.25 x 22.5, p. 11, 31-32

November 29, 1942, "370 Die As Flames and Panic Trap Cocoanut Grove Crowd: Night Club Fire Worst in Boston History, Priests, Nurses, Sailors Aid in Rescues," 16.25 x 22.75, p. 1, 2, 17, 18
Object ID Worthen.2013
Object Name Newspaper
People Roosevelt, Franklin Delano
Pub Place Boston MA
Search Terms Battle of Lexington Centennial, 1875
Battle of Lexington commemorations
Battle of Lexington reenactment
Battle of Concord commemorations
Battle of Lexington Sesquicentennial, 1925
Battle of Bunker Hill
Subjects Newspapers
Bankers
Banking
Banking industry
Banks
Title Boston Herald
The Edwin B. Worthen Collection, Cary Memorial Library

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