Philadelphia Evening Telegraph

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The Philadelphia Evening Telegraph was a newspaper published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from 1864 to 1918.[1]

The paper was started on January 4, 1864, by James Barclay Harding and Charles Edward Warburton. Warburton served as publisher until 1896,[2] when he passed the newspaper and the publisher's job to Barclay Harding Warburton I. In 1911, Barclay Warburton sold the paper to Rodman Wanamaker,[3] who ran it until it closed in 1918.

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