UNITING WASHINGTON STAR COLLEAGUES THROUGH THE YEARS - A network designed to help former staffers of The Washington Star (1852-1981) keep in touch, share news, and plan reunions. This network serves as a meeting place for old Star friends.
I'm a writer at Valley News, a daily paper in Lebanon, N.H. I'm working on a story about a former publisher at this paper, Bin Lewis, who was a part of the Noyes family. I'm trying to find someone, or several someones if possible, who might have worked with him at the Washington Star. I can be reached via email <firstname.lastname@example.org>; or at 603-727-3219. Thank you for your time and consideration.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- John Jarman, who was on the Kanawha County primary ballot as a candidate for assessor, will be on November's general ballot as a candidate for magistrate.
In the 1970s, his career path started in Washington, D.C. with his work in circulation at The Washington Star newspaper. When the paper closed, he started a second career in law enforcement.
Found another shot from little reunion lunch Aug 7. Diane and Jackie - me with the yaller hair and Mr. McGoo goggles. Down the line with the rest of the gang - coupla Nancies, Bobby, Sandra, Nick, Ken, Ron Sarro etc.A sort of Last Supper effect ...
Sorry to hog the page. But two things: First: Remember Star alums lunch on Tuesday, noon at Mr. Henry's. Second, old Star pals rallied 'round for new book, Making Hay. Great reviews on Amazon by Don Smith and Chris Hanson; and one-word blurbs - seen here - from the Frank boys, Jeff and Allan. Here's the back cover.
This advertisement appeared in the August 3, 1912 Evening Star. $8,900 in 1912 is worth about $206,000 today. 1912 Belmont Road, NW last sold in 2000 for $625,000 and is assessed by the DC Government in 2012 for $1,032,400.
Housing in DC overpriced? Discuss.
Faye Haskins has now retired and the new photo librarian for the Star photo morgue in the MLK Public Library in D.C. is Mark Greek at email@example.com
The Post deposited the "Star collection" at the Library-- clips, photo morgue, papers/records, etc. they purchased when the Star closed. More info is at our website: http://www.dclibrary.org/node/2607. The Post retains copyright to the photos but thru an agreement between DCPL & thePost, we/I handle all licensing & reproductions. We also have all editions of the Star on microfilm in our main reading room."