The Philadelphia Inquirer, Pennsylvania, October 30, 1920

The Philadelphia Inquirer, Pennsylvania, October 30, 1920

Philadelphia's Democrat district attorney is in a world of trouble. He abused his position and now he's headed to jail. Today, he was led out of court in handcuffs. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports: Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams...

Philadelphia's Democrat district attorney is in a world of trouble. He abused his position and now he's headed to jail. Today, he was led out of court in handcuffs. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports: Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams...

The Inquirer Building (informally known as the "Inky") towers over Broad Street near its intersection with Callowhill Street in downtown Philadelphia. It was the former home of the daily Philadelphia newspapers the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News, as well as the philly.com website. Budget cuts forced the papers to move into a smaller facility on Market Street, effectively abandoning the building, which is currently slated to be renovated into condos.

The Inquirer Building (informally known as the "Inky") towers over Broad Street near its intersection with Callowhill Street in downtown Philadelphia. It was the former home of the daily Philadelphia newspapers the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News, as well as the philly.com website. Budget cuts forced the papers to move into a smaller facility on Market Street, effectively abandoning the building, which is currently slated to be renovated into condos.

Lady Bird Cleveland, mother of legendary model Pat Cleveland photographed by Carl Van Vechten on November 16, 1954 with her painting in oil of Eartha Kitt.

Lady Bird Cleveland, mother of legendary model Pat Cleveland photographed by Carl Van Vechten on November 16, 1954 with her painting in oil of Eartha Kitt.

The Philadelphia Inquirer

The Philadelphia Inquirer

1990s book plate of the 1955 Ski Maine poster by artist, Francis Hamabe. Francis Emritz Hamabe (1917 — 2002) was a Maine artist of Japanese and Swedish descent. Known best for his screen printing, oil painting and Sumi ink drawing, he also cartooned, including for The New Yorker and The Philadelphia Inquirer, and produced murals. He was the first art instructor for the Farnsworth Art Museum and the first art director of Down East, The Magazine of Maine. In 1952 he co-founded the Maine Coast…

Vintage Ski Poster. "Ski Maine" by Francis Hamabe. Maine

1990s book plate of the 1955 Ski Maine poster by artist, Francis Hamabe. Francis Emritz Hamabe (1917 — 2002) was a Maine artist of Japanese and Swedish descent. Known best for his screen printing, oil painting and Sumi ink drawing, he also cartooned, including for The New Yorker and The Philadelphia Inquirer, and produced murals. He was the first art instructor for the Farnsworth Art Museum and the first art director of Down East, The Magazine of Maine. In 1952 he co-founded the Maine Coast…

The Philadelphia Inquirer won Pulitzer Prize for Public Service 2012

Philadelphia Inquirer wins Pulitzer Prize for public service

The Philadelphia Inquirer won Pulitzer Prize for Public Service 2012

Want to tour the beautiful and historic Pearl S. Buck House? Bucks County reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer Bill Reed has the scoop on how you can tour the house for FREE. cc: @Philadelphia Inquirer

Want to tour the beautiful and historic Pearl S. Buck House? Bucks County reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer Bill Reed has the scoop on how you can tour the house for FREE. cc: @Philadelphia Inquirer

Princess Grace of Monaco died in a car accident on September 14, 1982. The front page story in the Philadelphia Inquirer, her hometown newspaper. [Grace Kelly 1929-1982]

Princess Grace of Monaco died in a car accident on September 14, 1982. The front page story in the Philadelphia Inquirer, her hometown newspaper. [Grace Kelly 1929-1982]

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