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The Boston Globe was founded in 1872 by a group of Boston businessmen led by Eben Jordan, co-founder of the Jordan Marsh department store. Despite nearly 150 years of publication, the newspaper endured a rocky start.What's in the Boston Globe library collection?
The Boston Globe Library collection, 4,239 cubic feet (4,376 boxes), documents the newspaper’s journalism of Greater Boston and New England from circa 1872 to 2003 through articles, images, and other related materials. The collection consists of four series: 1. Newspaper Clippings, 2.Who is the publisher of the Boston Globe?
Benjamin B. Taylor, William O. Taylor II’s younger cousin, takes over as publisher of the Globe. New York Times Company executive, Richard H. Gilman, takes over as publisher and is the first person outside the Taylor family to hold that role. P. Steven Ainsley is named publisher of the Globe and head of the New England Media Group.How do I find an obituary in Boston?
The Obituary Database indexes obituaries appearing in the Boston Evening Transcript (BET), Boston Globe (BG), and the Boston Herald/Herald American (BH) from 1932–1941 and 1953–2010. If you cannot find who you are looking for, please note: