Sacramento Daily Union (Vol. XXV - Saturday, August 15, 1863)

By: Sacramento Daily Union

Price: $45.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good-

Large newspaper folio, 17" x 24". [4] pp, folded. Caption title [as issued]. Printed in seven columns. This newspaper is in Very Good- dust jacket. The newspaper has some toning, especially to the spine and spine joints. There are spots of foxing throughout. There are several edge tears, and tears at the creases. "The Sacramento Union was a daily newspaper founded in 1851 in Sacramento, California. It was the oldest daily newspaper west of the Mississippi River before it closed its doors after 143 years in January 1994, no longer able to compete with The Sacramento Bee, which was founded in 1857, just six years after the Union. The birth of this storied newspaper institution began 156 years ago, when the city of Sacramento was in its infancy. Under the direction of its first editor, Dr. John F. Morse, who had attracted proprietors through letters to the New Orleans Delta and well-known literary attainments, The Union was initially printed as The Daily Union on Wednesday, March 19, 1851. Upon the front page of this 23-inch by 34-inch paper, Morse addressed the readers of The Union, committing to publish the first news in the best style and at the lowest prices and to have an efficient correspondent in every important town and mining region in the state. "

Title: Sacramento Daily Union (Vol. XXV - Saturday, August 15, 1863)

Author Name: Sacramento Daily Union

Categories: Californiana,

Publisher: Sacramento, CA, Sacramento Daily Union (Newpaper): 1863

Binding: Newspaper

Book Condition: Very Good-

Seller ID: A36766

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