Media    From 1912  To 1964

Daily Herald

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Daily Herald

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5 - Bolt Court – The Sun

Bolt Court The Sun {A facsimile of a page of the paper.} Tuesday 15 September...

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St james's Garden - people of London - wood

The garden on this bomb-damaged site was given by the late Viscount Southwood...

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The Sun

The Sun

Launched to replace the Daily Herald. First printed at Bouverie Streeet, south of Fleet Street. The Sun's website refused to let us have a picture of their logo so we went elsewhere for it. Whic...

Media, Journalism / Publishing

2 memorials
Edward Orme

Edward Orme

Engraver, painter and publisher of illustrated books, and property developer in Bayswater. Born Manchester. c.1800-24 he published and sold many books of aquatints and etchings, in his own shops in...

Person, Art, Commerce, Journalism / Publishing, Property

1 memorial
William Thomas Stead

William Thomas Stead

Campaigning journalist and spiritualist. Born Northumberland. Committed to the peace movement, women's rights, civil liberties. As part of his campaign against juvenile prostitution he 'bought' 12 ...

Person, Gender Issues, Journalism / Publishing, Paranormal, Peace, Tragedy

2 memorials
Sir Horace B. Marshall (Junior)

Sir Horace B. Marshall (Junior)

Publisher and newspaper distributor and Lord Mayor of London, 1918–1919.  Born Streatham, son of Sir Horace Brooks Marshall, whose business he joined.  His daughter married J. Arthur Rank.   Searc...

Person, Commerce, Journalism / Publishing, Lord Mayor

2 memorials
The Times

The Times

Newspaper, founded by John Walter on 1st January 1785 as The London Daily Universal Register and renamed as The Times on 1st January 1803. It was the first newspaper to send war correspondents to c...

Group, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial