The Sun

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Title:The Sun
Title note:New York newspaper
Also known as:The Sun and the Globe; New York Sun
Online content:Free online material via The Online Books Page
More information:Wikipedia article; Wikidata
First renewed issue:no issue renewals found in CCE or registered works database
First renewed contribution in:January 2, 1924; see 1951 January-June

Renewed contributions

This listing shows selected renewals, and should not be considered complete.

Additional notes

The Sun absorbed the Globe in 1923, and published as The Sun and the Globe for sometime thereafter (at least until 1924), eventually reverting to simply being called 'The Sun'

Some images from The Sun were also renewed separately in the Artwork section, rather than in the Contributions to Periodicals section. The first such image with an active copyright is by Percy L. Crosby, and is titled 'Skippy. What’s a little rain in his life'. It ran in the June 30, 1925 issue, and was renewed in 1953.

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