Rare Book & Manuscript Library

Jason Rogers papers, 1825-1971

Series IV: The Globe, 1910-1924

While much of the collection features records dating from Rogers's time as publisher of the Globe, this series deals specifically with his activities at the paper. These files feature some business documents, and contain several issues of the publication. Several folders are dedicated to the 125th anniversary edition, which was published in 1918. The saga of the Globe's demise – and Rogers's unsuccessful attempt to replace it – unfolds through clippings and correspondence in this series.

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Box 8 Folder 7 Business Documents, 1910-1922

Box 8 Folder 8 Special Advertising Edition, 1915

Box 8 Folder 9 Format Critique, 1916

Box 8 Folder 10 Individual Issues, 1917-1923

Box 9 Folder 1 America's Oldest Daily Newspaper, 1918

125th Anniversary Issue, 1918

Box 9 Folder 2 125th Anniversary Issue, 1918

Box 9 Folder 3 Correspondence, 1918

Box 9 Folder 4 Last Issue, 1923

Box 9 Folder 5 Clippings--Death of The Globe, 1923

Box 9 Folder 6 Clippings--Frank Munsey, 1924-1926

Box 9 Folder 7-8 A Newspaper Like the Old Globe, 1924

Box 13 Slides, undated, (18 slides)