The April (2018) Newsletter from Rare & Early Newspapers…

April 21, 2018 by  
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Each month the staff of Timothy Hughes Rare & Early Newspapers sends out a newsletter to our members which includes special offers, discounts, alerts to new inventory, and information related to the rare newspaper collectible.

The April, 2018 newsletter:

Welcome to the April edition of our member’s newsletter – with a special welcome to all of our new friends who have joined the collecting family. This month we have expanded last month’s offering of issues being offered at 50% off to include an additional 125 items. Also shown are new listings, a set titled, “Not For The Faint Of Heart,” along with links to both our recent catalog and the latest posts on the History’s Newsstand blog. Please enjoy.

Discounted Newspapers (50% off) Greater than 250 items (over 100 new additions) have been *discounted by 50% through May 15, 2018. The items already reflect the discount. The available content includes: a biography of Daniel Boone, several early maps, a Union paper printed in South Carolina, the funeral of “Buffalo Bill” Cody, the Nazi’s capture Guernsey Island, the capture of the bandit Tiburcio Vasquez, a print of the Mormon city of Nauvoo, Sugar Ray Robinson’s debut, update of Nelly Bly’s trip around the world, and more.

Catalog 269 – Enjoy the remaining items from our latest catalog of historic newspapers.


Recent Listings – Over 350 items have been listed within the last 20 days, many of which will never appear in catalogs. Some of the new items include: The Boston Marathon Bombings, the Chernobyl Disaster, the deaths of serial killer Andrew Phillip Cunanan, the famous designer Giovanni Versace, and Ben Hogan – one of the greatest golfers to ever play the game, a religiously-themed German language CW-era paper from St. Louis, several covering the (Thalia) Massie Affair, and more.

 Not For The Faint Of Heart – What do Albert Fish, Dell Sorenson, Helen Geisen-Volk, Ed Gein, Jane Toppan, and Harry Powers all have in common? To find out, go to the link shown.


History’s Newsstand Blog – Some of the recent posts include: “Snapshot 1817 (Slavery Edition),” “Baseball’s longest scoreless game,” “Snapshot 1969 (Teddy Kennedy Edition),” “The DNC must make decision re: the KKK,” “Slavery is not a respecter of race, color, or creed,” etc… These and more may be viewed at the link shown.

Thanks for collecting with us.


Guy & The Rare & Early Newspapers Team

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