The New York Times
SELECTED COLLECTION - art work from Leroy Coleman, Jr.
Our Hero: The Newspaper Reader -- The Newspaper Reader, 1975, by sculptor J. Seward Johnson, Jr. -- The bronze man reads The New York Times on a park bench among the trees (the things they made newspaper out of before all you kids started reading news only on the web) in Princeton’s Borough Park. This is one of several casts of the sculpture, some of which are reading other newspapers.
10/3/54. New York Daily News - GIANTS CHAMPS! After losing Game 3, the Giants came back to win game 4 and capture the World Series title. (NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images). Can you believe it? The last time the Giants won the World Series prior to 2010, THIS is what the newspaper looked like...
Kelly Miller (7/23/1863 - 12/19/1939) was the first African American student at Johns Hopkins University, and later earned MA and LLB degrees at Howard University where he taught mathematics and became Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He was a founder of the American Negro Academy and active in the crusade against lynching. His weekly column was published in over 100 newspapers including The New York Times and The Washington Post.