The Press: New Building

Traditionally old have been the buildings in which famed newspapers started life. Usually they were fire traps. Always they were filled with more "atmosphere" than cleanliness, more musty files than modern conveniences. . . . Such a building was the ramshackle, rickety home of the Chicago Daily News. Its dim-lighted rooms, its narrow hallways, saw the birth of the Daily News—a tiny newspaper—in 1875, watched that newspaper grow to its circulation today of 450,000, local evening rival of The World's Greatest Newspaper (blatant Chicago morning Tribune).

Last week the Daily News moved...

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