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London Paper Sold on Wall Street 2 Days After Publication

Item is a photograph of a newspaper vendor selling an "Evening Standard". Photograph is annotated " London Paper sold on Wall St., 2 days after publication, New York, N.Y.. For the first time in history the London Evening Standard is sold on Wall St., in the heart of New York's financial district, but two days after it first appeared for sale in London. A batch of the newspapers were part of the half-ton of cargo flown here aboard the Mercury, Imperial Airways pick-aback plane, which flew from Foynes, Ireland, to Port Washington, N.Y., in 25 hours and 7 minutes. This particular copy is a July 19th edition, and was on sale in Wall St., 7:p.m., July 21.

Press room, The World, Vancouver, B.C.

Photograph shows several employees of the World Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd. standing in front of and sitting on machinery in the press room of the World Building at 500 Beatty Street.

Provincial Court House, Vancouver, B.C.

Photograph shows the News-Advertiser building to the left and a part of Central School to the right. Men identified (left to right): unidentified, Thomas Shirley, A.E. Beck, unidentified, Colin Campbell, unidentified, unidentified.

Spring 1920...street set on new Metro lot, Hollywood

Caption on the verso of the print reads: "Left to right: Carl Wilmore, Boston Post; Ted Taylor, Metro news director; Herbert Howe, representative Picture Play; Antonio Moreno, Vitagraph serial star; Alice Lake, Screen Classic featured player; Howard Strickling, Metro news department; and S.F. Jacobs, London Picture Show. The scene is the New York street at the Metro studio."

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