I have an October 28, 1945 newspaper insert titled Picture Parade. It is from t

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    DrCapuanoposted 7 years ago

    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

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    onegoodwomanposted 7 years ago

    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.

 
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