The Evening Post

Originally founded by Alexander Hamilton in 1801 as the New-York Evening Post, the name changed in 1832 to the Evening Post.

 

July 20, 1899:
“Newsboys on Strike”
“Strike Days in Wall Street”

July 21, 1899:
“Newsboys Still on Strike”

July 22, 1899:
“Newsboys Aggressive”

July 24, 1899:
“Newsboys Want to Parade”

July 25, 1899:
“Newsboy Strikers Orderly”

July 26, 1899:
“Newsboy Leaders Quit”
“Condition of the Newsboys”

July 27, 1899:
“Newsboys’ Strike Still Firm”

July 29, 1899:
“Newsboy Strike Leaders”

July 31, 1899:
“Newsboys Form A Union”