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Title:
The evening call. [volume] : (Elwood, Ind.) 1891-1894
Place of publication:
Elwood, Ind.
Geographic coverage:
  • Elwood, Madison, Indiana  |  View more titles from this: City County, State
Publisher:
Spruce & Hood
Dates of publication:
1891-1894
Description:
  • Ceased on Feb. 1, 1894.
  • Vol. 1, no. 174 (Nov. 14, 1881 [i.e. 1891])-
Frequency:
Daily (except Sun.)
Language:
  • English
Notes:
  • Merged with: Leader (Elwood, Ind.) to form: Weekly call leader and: The Elwood call leader (daily).
  • Miller lists the beginning date as Nov. 14, 1891, and an editorial on this day indicates that this is the first issue of a new daily. There is no explanation of why the issue is numbered 174.
  • The date on page one of the first issue is given as 1881, but the publication block on page two gives the date as Sat. Nov. 14, 1891. Nov. 14th was on a Sat. in 1891, but not in 1881.
LCCN:
sn 86058417
OCLC:
13363065
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