The Brooklyn News 1920

The Brooklyn News imprint

Included here are 25 issues of The Brooklyn News from January 9th to August 20th, 1920.

The masthead reads:

- Published weekly by The Brooklyn Publishing Company for The Brooklyn Business Men’s Chamber of Industry and The Brooklyn, Parma and Royalton Civic Association. [Later] The official publication of the Southwestern Civic and Business Men’s Assn.
- 4107 Pearl Road. [Later (April)] Room 2 (or 6), Miller Block, 3327 Broadview Road
- Officers of The Brooklyn Publishing Company
George Meyers, President
J. Elsoffer, Vice President [Later] Atty. Gus W. Rosenberg
William B. McDiarmid, Sec. And Treas.
- Directors
J.H. Rosenberg, Ed. Edelmen, A.W. Howe, J.P. Smith, George Meyers, J. Elsoffer and William B. McDiarmid
- L.E. Frueh, Manager and Editor

Volume numbering is as it appears on the issue.

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Jan Jan. 2
V.I No.33
Jan. 9
V.I No.34

Jan. 16
V.1 No.35
(Jan. 23) Jan. 30
Vol.I No.37
Feb (Feb. 6) Feb. 13
V.I No.39
Feb. 20
V.I No.40
(Feb. 27)  
Mar March 5
V.I No.41
March 12
V.1 No.42
March 19
V.I No.43
March 26
V.I No.44

April 2
V.I No.45

April 9
V.I No.46
April 16
V.I No.47
(Apr. 23) (Apr. 30)
May (May 7) May 14
V.I No.51
May 21
V.II No.53
May 28
V.II No.54
Jun June 4
V.II No.55
(Jun. 11) June 18
V.II No.56
June 25
V.II No.57
Jul July 2
V.II No.57
(Jul. 9) July 16
V.II No.59

(Jul. 23) July 31
V.II No.31
Aug Aug. 6
V.II No.64
(Aug. 13) Aug. 20
V.II No.66
(Aug. 27)  

SOME NEW PARIS IDEAS IN GOWNS: Premet Model Represents All That Is Original and Novel in World of Dress.


Here are two sketches of a costume which may truthfully be called "the newest of the new," writes a leading Paris fashion correspondent...Here you have the true Louis XV outline. [See the Jan. 2nd issue for full story.]

Scanning and publication of The Brooklyn News is part of the "Preserving Old Brooklyn History" project which was generously funded by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
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