Newspaper Image 2 of The New York times (New-York [N.Y.]), December 21, 1913

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WITH THE CAMERA ALONG PATHS OF CURRENT INTEREST
ONLY PHOTOGRAPH OF THE PRESENT UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT.
BacK Row, Left to Rig'ht—Justices Joseph R. Lamar, Charles E. Hughes, Willis Van Devanter,
and Mahlon Pitney. Front Row—Justices William R. Day and Joseph McKenna, Chief Justice Edward
Doug'las White, Justices Oliver W. Holmes and Horace H. Lurton. (Photo (C) by Harris c£ Ewing.)
TENNIS EXPERT AS A GOLFER.
H. L. Doherty, the Famous British Wielder
of the Racquet, Has Become Almost
as SKillful on the LmKs as He
Was on the Courts.
(.Photo by Paul Thompson.)
''Carton MooreparK, Who Has Moved from London to Washington Square, Was Recently AsKed to Paint Portraits of Daniel E. Moran, Th^ee^^t^and^Fr^ed
Sue'e'ested That as the Morans Were Enthusiasts on Outdoor Life, It Would -Be a Novel Plan to Paint Them in the Open, at Their Homes in Mendha -J. n
to Form One Picture, Is the Result. From Left to Right, the Members of the Family Are Daniel E„ Jr., Sylvestre, Archie, Mrs. Moran, Hugh, Mr. Moran, and Dorothy.
Family Portraiture Outdoors—Novelty of an English Painter
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER AT GOLF IN DECEMBER.
In This Picture, TaKen on the Oil Man's LinKs Near Cleveland,
He Is Seen with Elbert Hubbard (Left) and the
Rev. W. W. Bustard. (Photo -CO toy Cleveland Leader.)
NEW PICTURE
OF
ELIHU ROOT.
New YorK's
senior United
States Senator,
to whom was re
cently awarded
the Nobel Peace
Prize, is favored
as a Presidential
candidate by
Andrew Car
negie, ex-Presi
dent Taft, and
others.
(Photo by
Brown Bros.)
INNOVA
TION IN
COURT
HOUSE
ARCHI
TECTURE.
Part Of This East Side Structure Is to Be De
voted to a Jail, Which. Will Fill the Four Top Floors,
Instead of Being Partly Below the Street Level LiKe
Old-Time Prisons. The Design Is by Alfred Hop-
Kins, Who Won Against Nine Others in the Com
petition Arranged by George McAneny, Borough
President. The Building, Which Will Be at Second
Street and Second Avenue, Is to TaKe the Place
of Ludlow Street Jail, Essex MarKet Court, and the
East Side Municipal Court House.
2l, 1313

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Title
The New York times (New-York [N.Y.]), December 21, 1913
Other Title
Combined New York morning newspapers
Combined New York Sunday newspapers
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
New-York [N.Y.]
Dates of Publication
1857-current
Created / Published
New-York [N.Y.], December 21, 1913
Subject Headings
-  New York (N.Y.)--Newspapers
-  New York County (N.Y.)--Newspapers
-  New York (State)--New York
-  New York (State)--New York County
-  Newspapers
-  United States--New York--New York--New York
Genre
Newspapers
Periodicals
Notes
-  Daily, Apr. 21, 1861-
-  Vol. 6, no. 1868 (Sept. 14, 1857)-
-  Suspended Dec. 12-28, 1958; Dec. 20, 1962-Mar. 1963; Sept. 17-Oct. 10, 1965; and Aug. 10-Nov. 5, 1978.
-  Also issued in a continuously updated online version with title: New York times on the web.
-  Also issued on CD-ROM, and microfilm from UMI.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  Large type ed.: New York times large type weekly, 1967-
-  Sunday issue also includes issues of: The New York times book review.
-  Semiweekly eds.: Semi-weekly times (New York, N.Y.), 1857-1867, and: New-York semi-weekly times, 1867-<1880>
-  Weekly ed.: New-York weekly times, 1857-<1896>.
-  Issued monthly in a reduced size publication titled: Little times, <1924-1928>.
-  Latest issue consulted: Vol. 151, no. 52,028 (Feb. 13, 2002).
Medium
6 pages
Call Number/Physical Location
Newspaper
PN4899.N45 N48
Library of Congress Control Number
sn78004456
Language
English
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New-York [N.Y.]
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