The New York Herald The New York Herald, Tuesday, September 13, 1921.
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This document is a newspaper that was found stuffed in the frame of 05860.01 when that document was being removed from the mount and frame. It is a newspaper from a 1921 release of The New York Herald. Topics covered include international economic relations,advertisments for loan and banking companies, various economic updates, an article about two girls traveling through Ellis Island, and local news. Newspaper is badly worn, wrinkled, dry, and folded unevenly. It was originally labeled as "Bonus item".
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