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I'm looking for examples of unusual newspaper buildings--extant or not. Examples would be the Mexico (Missouri) Ledger Building which has a oversized depiction of the paper's front page on its facade. Or the Dallas Morning News building with a large tablet on its facade engraved with a quote about the value of journalism.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions you might have.
Dear Jhistory colleagues,
The Indiana University Media School has extended the submission deadline to June 15 (11:59 p.m. Eastern) for our Roy W. Howard Archive Symposium, which will be held October 25-26 to mark the launch of our recently digitized Roy W. Howard archive. Full papers are not necessary, and travel funding is available for accepted authors.
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