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Record 21/57
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Call# Boston Traveler
Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Summary Boston Traveler, 8 issues, 1923-1933

June 30, 1923, "'Minuteman of Lexington Still Lives in Hut with Smart Collie Under Monadnock's Shadow," 18.5 x 22.5, p. 13-20

July 12, 1924, "Lexington's Revolutionary History Being Filmed Under Yale and Harvard Professors' Supervision," 18.5 x 22.75, p. 3-4

April 18, 1925, Concord and Lexington Ready for Celebration, 18.5 x 22.75, p. 1-4; 1-12 (duplicates 1-2)

July 6, 1925, 100th Anniversary Issue, 18 x 23, p. 1-16 (3 copies)

March 3, 1933, "1500 Dead in Great Japanese Tidal Wave… Hope Pervades Capital on Eve of Inauguration," 18 x 23, p. 1-16

March 4, 1933, "Bank Holiday Declared All Over United States: Two-Day Halt in Mass., Stock Markets Closed," 17.75 x 22.5 , p. 1-16

March 7, 1933, "U.S. Prepares for Scrip to Speed Up Recovery," 18 x 22.75, p. 1-20

March 8, 1933, "New U.S. Currency Will Make Scrip Unnecessary," "Federal Raiders Ignore Speakeasies," 17.75 x 22.5, p. 1-16
Object ID Worthen.2020
Object Name Newspaper
People Roosevelt, Franklin Delano
Pub Place Boston MA
Search Terms Battle of Lexington commemorations
Battle of Lexington Sesquicentennial, 1925
Subjects Newspapers
Banking industry
Banking
Banks
Banking
Inaugurations, Presidential
Title Boston Traveler
The Edwin B. Worthen Collection, Cary Memorial Library

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