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Jewish Daily Post and Express

Jewish Daily Post and Express

The building's listing entry says: “Having been established in 1926, the Jewish Daily Post ceased circulation in August 1935 shortly after the refurbishment.”  Elsewhere we have read that the Jewish Post and Express was already a London evening paper in 1920.  The difference is probably explained by the mergers and renamings that go on in the newpaper industry.

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Jewish Daily Post and Express

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The building's listing entry describes this sign, 1934-5 designed by Arthur S...

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St Bride Foundation Institute

St Bride Foundation Institute

Established to meet the educational, cultural and social needs of a community working within the burgeoning print industry of the Victorian era.  The Londonphile has visited and photographed the in...

Group, Journalism / Publishing, Museums / Libraries, Theatre

1 memorial
Henry Brooks Adams

Henry Brooks Adams

Apart from the fact that he won a Pulitzer for "Education of Henry Adams," 1919, all that the web can supply for him is quotations. You might have better luck. We published this plaque in 2009 and...

Person, Education, History, Journalism / Publishing, USA

1 memorial
William Caxton

William Caxton

Probably born Tenterden, Kent. Printer, in 1474, producing the first book printed in English "The Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye". Died Westminster.

Person, Craft / Design, Journalism / Publishing

3 memorials
William Rees-Mogg

William Rees-Mogg

Editor of The Times 1967-81. Also High Sheriff of Somerset in the late 1970s. Chairman of the Arts Council in the 1980s. Vice-Chairman of the BBC Board of Governors. In 1988 he became Baron Rees-Mo...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Politics & Administration

1 memorial