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Silk "Woman's Edition" sent to Mrs. Cleveland, Feb., 1895

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Silk "Woman's Edition" sent to Mrs. Cleveland, Feb., 1895

Posted: 1 Sep 2003 4:01PM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 23 May 2005 8:15PM GMT
Sent to Mrs. Cleveland

The beautiful silk "Woman's Edition" of the Hustler that was printed for Mrs. CLEVELAND was started on its trip to Washington, D.C., last Monday by registered mail. It had been on exhibition at Dulin, McLeod & Co. for a little over a week and while there had been viewed by thousands of people. The printing on this fine, dainty material was as plain and perfect as if it had been on white book paper. The lady editors feel proud of this feat in journalism, while the Hustler also feels a pardonable pride in getting out so far as we know, the only paper in the world printed on faille silk. (Source: Madisonville Hustler, Fri., Feb. 22, 1895)

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