Ref NoRFS/4/2
TitleCentenary edition of the Manchester Guardian Weekly
Date6 May 1921
Extent1 newspaper
Creator NameScott; Richard Farquhar (1914-); journalist
DescriptionAn issue of the Guardian Weekly published on 6th May 1921 the day after the centenary of the establishment of the Guardian. As well as providing general news and reviews from that week the issue contains a 'Centenary Section' including: an article by Charles Prestwich Scott entitled 'A Hundred Years'; an article by William Haslam Mills entitled 'The Paper and its Readers: A Century of History'; messages from the King and world statesmen including Lloyd George; Winston Churchill; General Jan Christian Smuts; Giovanni Giolitti; Count Sforza and Raymond Poincare; American and Canadian press tributes and messages; an article by AN Monkhouse entitled 'The Appeal to Posterity'; an article by James Bone entitled 'The Manchester Guardian in the capital'; an article by Granville Bantock entitled 'Musical Manchester'; a section entitled 'The Book and the Play' by AN Monkhouse and Charles Edward Montague; reprints from the Manchester Guardian of advertisements from 1821-22; and reports of the speeches from the centenary dinner.
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