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Catalog Number 10645-1543
Title Newspaper; Cooper Greene Company; Ink; Philadelphia: The Sesqui-Centennial City; 1926
Object Name Newspaper
Description Special one-off newspaper made by the Cooper Greene Company titled "Philadelphia: The Sesqui-Centennial City". The newspaper is a pictorial presentation of insitutions, people, and scenes of life in Philadelphia. Sixty-two pages of black and white photography and illustrations with accompanying text that names and describes the image. The special newspaper is priced at 25 cents on the cover. The cover has an illustration of Native Americans meeting with colonials under a tree. In the distance are the buildings of Philadelphia in a progression from cabins to skyscrapers.
Date 1926
Year Range from 1926
Year Range to 1926
Material Paper, Ink, Tape, Staples
Medium Ink
Made Cooper Greene Company
Place of Origin USA: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Height (in) 16.25
Width (in) 11.125
Other Name Newspaper
Credit line John P. Falter, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania
Collection Falter, John P. Collection