I have an October 28, 1945 newspaper insert titled Picture Parade. It is from the Philadelphia...
Inquirer. It is 4 pages titled Navy Day 1945 Must Long Be Remembered. The article itself begins "Jap surrender ceremonies...the U.S.S. Missouri.
There are a few faults such as; a hirozontal tear at the upper portion of the page, no pieces are missing, just a tear. There is a hole at the bottom of the picture on the front page, again, no pieces missing. It is yellowed but not faded. It was used as insulation under carpeting in a house I just bought. There are literally PILES of papers from this period I am in possesion of. Ther other ones are in much better condition as I have been ca
I have no idea, but it is surely worth a great deal to someone. Perhaps a veteran, a collector, a historian.
Consult an auction house, antique dealer ( search out a reputatable one), or even perhaps the people who are mentioned in the articles.
Someone born on that date may also be interested.
by darlaz51307 years ago
How much is a 1944 & 1945 newspaper worth featuring Hitler and also featuring the atomic bomb
by sandy27m7 years ago
I need to know how to insert more than one picture along with the text?I used all the arrow keys given in the page before publishing my work. Somebody kindly help me?sandy
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