Skip to main content

Chicago Daily Tribune 1926-1996

The Chicago Daily Tribune / Chicago Tribune was a daily newspaper published in Chicago, Illinois, United States, from 1847. It was the first newspaper to publish the Complete Works of Abraham Lincoln. The paper achieved international fame for its multi-faceted and objective reporting style, earning the nickname "The World's Greatest Newspaper". The Tribune was the first newspaper to use the telegraph, and it also published the first daily weather report. The paper's motto, "An American Paper for...


rss RSS
DESCRIPTION
The Chicago Daily Tribune / Chicago Tribune was a daily newspaper published in Chicago, Illinois, United States, from 1847. It was the first newspaper to publish the Complete Works of Abraham Lincoln. The paper achieved international fame for its multi-faceted and objective reporting style, earning the nickname "The World's Greatest Newspaper". The Tribune was the first newspaper to use the telegraph, and it also published the first daily weather report. The paper's motto, "An American Paper for Americans", was displayed in the upper left-hand corner of its front page. The Tribune was founded by James Kelly, John E. Wheeler, and Joseph K. C. Forrest, publishing its first edition on June 10, 1847.    [automatically generated by OpenAI 11/4/2022, editted]

This collection contains microfilm is an incomplete copy of the Tribute 1926 to 1996.

ACTIVITY

Created on
June 27
2022
dfukumori
Archivist
ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTORS
VIEWS

Total Views 46,840 (Older Stats)

ITEMS

Total Items 10,316 (Older Stats)

TOP REGIONS (LAST 30 DAYS)

(data not available)