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Good Morning by the Daily Mirror, England, May 1, 1943

The idea behind this newspaper/magazine was really sweet. Beginning in 1943 the Daily Mirror published Good Morning, a four page paper with photos (mostly of cute animals and pretty ladies), puzzles, comics, short stories, bits of news (lots of human interest stories) and sometimes even notes or interviews with pictures from family members at home, specifically for the Royal Navy Submarine Corps. They’d be bundled monthly before a trip and were numbered (instead of dated) so the men received them in order every day. It was one way to give the men, who were gone for weeks at a time, a sense of normality. Over 900 editions were published.

Baltimore Loves Waffles

The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, December 31, 1907:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, January 3, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, January 10, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, February 1, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, February 3, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, February 5, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, February 18, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, February 25, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, February 27, 1908:

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Baltimore Loves Pie

The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, January 2, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, January 4, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, January 8, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, January 10, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, January 11, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, January 12, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, January 15, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, January 23, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, February 5, 1908:

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The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, February 8, 1908:

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