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Daily Mirror newspaper

Tabloid newspaper. Created by Alfred Harmsworth, initially as a paper for women by women but the following year he changed it to be a picture paper with a male editor and he fired all the female journalists. In 1913 he sold the paper to his brother Harold.

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Daily Mirror newspaper

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Hippodrome - Harry Houdini

The plaque refers to the London Daily Mirror newspaper which challenged Houdi...

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Baron Paul Julius Reuter

Baron Paul Julius Reuter

Pioneer of telegraphy and news reporting. Born Kassel, Germany as Israel Josaphat. He set up a pigeon post service between Aachen and Brussels. Attracted by the establishment of the Dover-Calais...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, France, Germany

1 memorial
Proprietors of the Quiver

Proprietors of the Quiver

The Quiver was "a magazine for Sunday and general reading" published around 1876-1925 in New York and London.

Group, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial
Richardson Evans

Richardson Evans

Civil servant, journalist and author. He served in the Indian Civil Service, for North-Western Provinces from 1867 to 1876, after which he worked in London as a journalist. From the 1880s onwards, ...

Person, Community / Clubs, Journalism / Publishing, Belgium, India

1 memorial
Sunbeam

Sunbeam

Children's comic published by James Henderson and Sons. It featured 'Dr Rhino's Jolly Jungle Boys' and 'Willie And Winnie And Wuffles The Pup'. Originally called 'Sparks' it went through various ch...

Fiction, Children, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial
News Shopper

News Shopper

A local newspaper in South London and Kent, once owned by Rupert Murdoch.

Group, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial