The Resource Philadelphia inquirer

Philadelphia inquirer

Label
Philadelphia inquirer
Title
Philadelphia inquirer
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Note
Merged with: Public ledger (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1927), to become: Philadelphia inquirer public ledger.
Continues
Has edition
Merged with
Cataloging source
NPH
Characteristic
newspaper
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Philadelphia inquirer (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1860)
Entry convention
successive entry
Frequency
daily
LC call number
  • Newspaper
  • AN
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Regularity
regular
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  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
  • Philadelphia County (Pa.)
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Booth, John Wilkes
  • United States
Label
Philadelphia inquirer
Link
https://archive.org/details/philadelphiai18650415phil
Instantiates
Publication
Extent
1 online resource (210 v.
Form of item
online
Note
  • Lincoln collection has 15 no.: Apr. 15, 17-22, 24-26, 28, May 20, 1865, and portions of Apr. 14, May 1-2, 1865.
  • Text in five columns.
  • All except Apr. 14, 1865: Advertisements in each issue.
  • Apr. 15, 17-22, 24-26, 28, May 20, 1865: Sheets, folded.
  • Apr. 14, May 1-2, 1865: Sheets, detached or excised from whole issues.
  • Apr. 14, 1865: Incomplete, only one sheet (2 p.), laminated in Japanese tissue ; Headline on p. [1]: No draft! ; "Continued on the eighth page"--P. [1], column [5].
  • Apr. 15, 1865: Headline on p. [1]: Murder of President Lincoln!
  • Apr. 17, 1865: Engraved portrait of John Wilkes Booth and map of Ford's Theatre and vicinity on p. [1].
  • Apr. 17-22, 24, 1865: At head of title: The nation mourns its loss.
  • Apr. 18, 1865: Headlines on p. [1]: The great tragedy! The movements of Booth on the fatal day ; Map on p. [1] with caption: Mobile and its approaches.
  • Apr. 20, 1865: Headline on p. [1]: Funeral of Abraham Lincoln! ; Illustrations on p. [1] with captions: The funeral car of President Lincoln. The coffin.
  • Apr. 21, 1865: Headline on p. [1]: The remains of President Lincoln! They are lying in state at the Capitol.
  • Apr. 22, 1865: Article on arrangements for Lincoln's funeral in Philadelphia, Pa., on p. [1], column [5], continued on p. 8, column [1].
  • Apr. 24, 1865: Headline on p. [1]: Our dead President in Philadelphia.
  • Apr. 25, 1865: Illustration on p. [1] with caption: President Lincoln's remains in Independence Hall ; Illustration on p. [1] with caption: An interior view of the railroad car conveying the remains of President Lincoln.
  • Apr. 26, 1865: Illustration on p. [1] with caption: The great national funeral. View of the City Hall, New York, and the hearse bearing the remains of President Lincoln.
  • Apr. 28, 1865: Map on p. [1] with caption: Death scene of the assassin. Map showing the place where Booth was killed and Harold captured.
  • May 1, 1865: Incomplete, only one sheet (2 p.) and a trimmed sheet (pages not identified, columns [1]-[3] on recto and columns [3]-[5] on verso).
  • May 2, 1865: Incomplete, only one sheet (2 p.) and upper portion of another sheet (p. 7-8, trimmed diagonally from top edge near spine to lower fore edge, with top edge of p. 7 affixed to p. [1]).
  • May 20, 1865: Engraved portraits of Lewis C. Payne and Samuel C. Arnold on p. [1] with caption: Portraits of the conspirators.
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Issues for Jan. 1, 1879-Nov. 17, 1887 called also v. 100-v. 117
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, portraits)
Publication designation
  • Began Apr. 2, 1860.
  • -Nov. 17, 1887 ; Vol. 17, no. 121 (Nov. 18, 1887)-v. 210, no. 105 (Apr. 15, 1934).
Publication frequency
Daily
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Philadelphia inquirer
Link
https://archive.org/details/philadelphiai18650415phil
Publication
Extent
1 online resource (210 v.
Form of item
online
Note
  • Lincoln collection has 15 no.: Apr. 15, 17-22, 24-26, 28, May 20, 1865, and portions of Apr. 14, May 1-2, 1865.
  • Text in five columns.
  • All except Apr. 14, 1865: Advertisements in each issue.
  • Apr. 15, 17-22, 24-26, 28, May 20, 1865: Sheets, folded.
  • Apr. 14, May 1-2, 1865: Sheets, detached or excised from whole issues.
  • Apr. 14, 1865: Incomplete, only one sheet (2 p.), laminated in Japanese tissue ; Headline on p. [1]: No draft! ; "Continued on the eighth page"--P. [1], column [5].
  • Apr. 15, 1865: Headline on p. [1]: Murder of President Lincoln!
  • Apr. 17, 1865: Engraved portrait of John Wilkes Booth and map of Ford's Theatre and vicinity on p. [1].
  • Apr. 17-22, 24, 1865: At head of title: The nation mourns its loss.
  • Apr. 18, 1865: Headlines on p. [1]: The great tragedy! The movements of Booth on the fatal day ; Map on p. [1] with caption: Mobile and its approaches.
  • Apr. 20, 1865: Headline on p. [1]: Funeral of Abraham Lincoln! ; Illustrations on p. [1] with captions: The funeral car of President Lincoln. The coffin.
  • Apr. 21, 1865: Headline on p. [1]: The remains of President Lincoln! They are lying in state at the Capitol.
  • Apr. 22, 1865: Article on arrangements for Lincoln's funeral in Philadelphia, Pa., on p. [1], column [5], continued on p. 8, column [1].
  • Apr. 24, 1865: Headline on p. [1]: Our dead President in Philadelphia.
  • Apr. 25, 1865: Illustration on p. [1] with caption: President Lincoln's remains in Independence Hall ; Illustration on p. [1] with caption: An interior view of the railroad car conveying the remains of President Lincoln.
  • Apr. 26, 1865: Illustration on p. [1] with caption: The great national funeral. View of the City Hall, New York, and the hearse bearing the remains of President Lincoln.
  • Apr. 28, 1865: Map on p. [1] with caption: Death scene of the assassin. Map showing the place where Booth was killed and Harold captured.
  • May 1, 1865: Incomplete, only one sheet (2 p.) and a trimmed sheet (pages not identified, columns [1]-[3] on recto and columns [3]-[5] on verso).
  • May 2, 1865: Incomplete, only one sheet (2 p.) and upper portion of another sheet (p. 7-8, trimmed diagonally from top edge near spine to lower fore edge, with top edge of p. 7 affixed to p. [1]).
  • May 20, 1865: Engraved portraits of Lewis C. Payne and Samuel C. Arnold on p. [1] with caption: Portraits of the conspirators.
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Issues for Jan. 1, 1879-Nov. 17, 1887 called also v. 100-v. 117
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, portraits)
Publication designation
  • Began Apr. 2, 1860.
  • -Nov. 17, 1887 ; Vol. 17, no. 121 (Nov. 18, 1887)-v. 210, no. 105 (Apr. 15, 1934).
Publication frequency
Daily
Specific material designation
remote

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