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  • The Fourth Branch Of Government
    The Fourth Branch Of Government
  • Supplement Celebrating 100th Anniversary of The York Dispatch, Founded By Hiram Young (1830-1905)
    Supplement Celebrating 100th Anniversary of The York Dispatch, Founded By Hiram Young (1830-1905)
  • One Of The First Issues of The Evening Dispatch (Renamed The York Dispatch In 1904), York, PA, 1876
    One Of The First Issues of The Evening Dispatch (Renamed The York Dispatch In 1904), York, PA, 1876
  • John Steacy
    John Steacy's College Essay Describing His Summer Job At The York Dispatch, 1938
  • John Steacy Takes Over As Editor-In-Chief, Virginia Spectator, 1940
    John Steacy Takes Over As Editor-In-Chief, Virginia Spectator, 1940
  • John Steacy With Frances Young, Daughter Of H. W. Young, Vice President Of Dispatch Publishing Company, 1943
    John Steacy With Frances Young, Daughter Of H. W. Young, Vice President Of Dispatch Publishing Company, 1943
  • In Telegram To Parents, John Steacy Reports His Engagement To Frances Young And Commissioned A Second Lieutenant In Air Force
    In Telegram To Parents, John Steacy Reports His Engagement To Frances Young And Commissioned A Second Lieutenant In Air Force
  • John Steacy Joined The Army In July 1942, Stationed At Buckingham Army Air Field, The Largest Aerial Gunnery School In The World
    John Steacy Joined The Army In July 1942, Stationed At Buckingham Army Air Field, The Largest Aerial Gunnery School In The World
  • During Four-Year Tour of Duty, Steacy Was Part Of A Six Man Staff That Published Flexigun, A Weekly, Eight-Page Tabloid For Camp, 1941
    During Four-Year Tour of Duty, Steacy Was Part Of A Six Man Staff That Published Flexigun, A Weekly, Eight-Page Tabloid For Camp, 1941
  • Lt. John Steacy With pressmen At The Fort Meyers News-Press, 1944
    Lt. John Steacy With pressmen At The Fort Meyers News-Press, 1944
  • John Steacy Covering A Borough Council Meeting For The Milton Evening Standard
    John Steacy Covering A Borough Council Meeting For The Milton Evening Standard
  • John Steacy In Front Of Freight-Train Wreck, Milton, January, 1949
    John Steacy In Front Of Freight-Train Wreck, Milton, January, 1949
  • John Steacy Letter To Wife Sharing Highlights From His First Big Story At The Milton Evening Standard, December, 1945
    John Steacy Letter To Wife Sharing Highlights From His First Big Story At The Milton Evening Standard, December, 1945
  • John Steacy In Evening Standard Newsroom, 1946
    John Steacy In Evening Standard Newsroom, 1946
  • John Steacy, Managing Editor, The Milton Evening Standard, July 7th, 1949
    John Steacy, Managing Editor, The Milton Evening Standard, July 7th, 1949
  • John Steacy (striped tie, first row, center) With The Staff Of The Evening Standard
    John Steacy (striped tie, first row, center) With The Staff Of The Evening Standard
  • John & Frances Steacy With Sons, Chips and Tom
    John & Frances Steacy With Sons, Chips and Tom
  • John Steacy’s Resume And Clip Folder
    John Steacy’s Resume And Clip Folder
  • Steacy
    Steacy's Work Experience
  • John Steacy Cuts Coworker
    John Steacy Cuts Coworker's Hair At Milton Evening Standard, December, 1950
  • Steacy At The Call-Chronicle, Allentown, PA
    Steacy At The Call-Chronicle, Allentown, PA
  • "I Believe You Lived Up To The Principles That Are So Necessary When You Grant To A Newspaper The Phrase "The Freedom Of The Press"."
    "I Believe You Lived Up To The Principles That Are So Necessary When You Grant To A Newspaper The Phrase "The Freedom Of The Press"."
  • Throughout His Life John Steacy Kept His Diary In The Margins Of His Books.  Here, He Writes About New Job At Call-Chronicle
    Throughout His Life John Steacy Kept His Diary In The Margins Of His Books. Here, He Writes About New Job At Call-Chronicle
  • At 2am The Night Before His First Day At Chronicle, Steacy Is Displeased With His Room And Changes Hotels
    At 2am The Night Before His First Day At Chronicle, Steacy Is Displeased With His Room And Changes Hotels
  • John Steacy Reads Over A Story Typed On Extra-Long Sheets Of Copy Paper
    John Steacy Reads Over A Story Typed On Extra-Long Sheets Of Copy Paper
  • John Steacy & Co-Worker, In The Call-Chronicle Newsroom
    John Steacy & Co-Worker, In The Call-Chronicle Newsroom
  • A Good Newspaper Is The Mirror Of Its Community.
    A Good Newspaper Is The Mirror Of Its Community.
  •  John Steacy Edits Story On Saturday Night For Sunday Call-Chronicle
    John Steacy Edits Story On Saturday Night For Sunday Call-Chronicle
  • Reporter
    Reporter's Notebook Column Describing Life As A Newspaper Reporter
  •  John Steacy Was One Of Several Call-Chronicle Staffers Awarded Prizes In State Newspaper Contest, 1954.
    John Steacy Was One Of Several Call-Chronicle Staffers Awarded Prizes In State Newspaper Contest, 1954.
  • John Steacy With The Pipe That Never Seemed To Leave His Mouth In Call-Chronicle Newsroom
    John Steacy With The Pipe That Never Seemed To Leave His Mouth In Call-Chronicle Newsroom
  • Hours Defore Deadline John Steacy Checks A Story With Another Editor On The City Desk, December 1954
    Hours Defore Deadline John Steacy Checks A Story With Another Editor On The City Desk, December 1954
  • John Steacy Will Be In Charge Of The News Operation Of The Evening Chronicle, January, 1960
    John Steacy Will Be In Charge Of The News Operation Of The Evening Chronicle, January, 1960
  • A Postcard To The Newsroom Staff From John Steacy While On Vacation
    A Postcard To The Newsroom Staff From John Steacy While On Vacation
  • John Steacy, Seated, After The First Issue In New Newsroom Was Put To Bed,  July 1966
    John Steacy, Seated, After The First Issue In New Newsroom Was Put To Bed, July 1966
  • John Steacy Reading By Office Window
    John Steacy Reading By Office Window
  • John Steacy’s Office Window, New Call-Chronicle News Building, 1966
    John Steacy’s Office Window, New Call-Chronicle News Building, 1966
  • John Steacy, Editor of Call-Chronicle, In His Office.
    John Steacy, Editor of Call-Chronicle, In His Office.
  • John Steacy
    John Steacy's Journal Entry Noting His Retirement From Newspaper Business, 1975
  • Clipping announcing Steacy
    Clipping announcing Steacy's retirement, 1975
  • John Steacy Smoking In Friend’s House, Quogue, Long Island
    John Steacy Smoking In Friend’s House, Quogue, Long Island
  • John Steacy Dies, November 15th, 1976
    John Steacy Dies, November 15th, 1976
  • Tribute To A Newsman, John Steacy Praised For Bringing Out The Best in His Co-Workers, 1976
    Tribute To A Newsman, John Steacy Praised For Bringing Out The Best in His Co-Workers, 1976
  • John Steacy & Tom Steacy
    John Steacy & Tom Steacy
  • Letter From American Press Institute, 1976
    Letter From American Press Institute, 1976
  • Tom Steacy, junior year, Washington & Jefferson College, 1968
    Tom Steacy, junior year, Washington & Jefferson College, 1968
  • Tom Steacy Arrives Home From Army Boot Camp, 1970
    Tom Steacy Arrives Home From Army Boot Camp, 1970
  • Tom Steacy, High School Year Book, 1966
    Tom Steacy, High School Year Book, 1966
  • Tom Steacy (Standing, In Back) At First Newspaper Job As Copy Boy, Allentown Morning Call, 1966
    Tom Steacy (Standing, In Back) At First Newspaper Job As Copy Boy, Allentown Morning Call, 1966
  • Tom Steacy Elected Editor of Washington & Jefferson Student Newspaper during a time of widespread unrest across the country, 1968
    Tom Steacy Elected Editor of Washington & Jefferson Student Newspaper during a time of widespread unrest across the country, 1968
  • Tom Steacy With Washington & Jefferson Student Newspaper Editors, 1970
    Tom Steacy With Washington & Jefferson Student Newspaper Editors, 1970
  • Tom Steacy Acceptance Letter To Columbia Journalism School, 1971
    Tom Steacy Acceptance Letter To Columbia Journalism School, 1971
  • Tom Steacy
    Tom Steacy's Classroom Editing Exercise Targeting Wordiness & Awkward Phrases, 1972
  • Tom Steacy, 1970s
    Tom Steacy, 1970s
  • Tom Steacy
    Tom Steacy's Notes On The Role Of The Press
  • "When In Doubt, Leave It Out."
    "When In Doubt, Leave It Out."
  • Tom Steacy’s list of key dates in the Watergate scandal
    Tom Steacy’s list of key dates in the Watergate scandal
  • Tom Steacy in City Hall Bureau, Houston Chronicle, 1973
    Tom Steacy in City Hall Bureau, Houston Chronicle, 1973
  • Tom Steacy’s first typewriter
    Tom Steacy’s first typewriter
  • Press Pass, Houston Chronicle, 1974
    Press Pass, Houston Chronicle, 1974
  • One Of Tom Steacy
    One Of Tom Steacy's Reporter's Notebooks
  • One Of Tom Steacy
    One Of Tom Steacy's Favorite Stories. Houston Was Only City In The Nation's 20 Largest To Refuse Federal Aid For Its Police Department.
  • A front-page article in the New York Times, written by Tom Steacy when he was the Times’ Houston stringer
    A front-page article in the New York Times, written by Tom Steacy when he was the Times’ Houston stringer
  • Tom Steacy Was Made City Editor At The Herald Statesman, Yonkers, 1976
    Tom Steacy Was Made City Editor At The Herald Statesman, Yonkers, 1976
  • John Steacy
    John Steacy's Note Sharing Son Tom's New Position, 1976
  • Spoof Farewell Account Of Tom Steacy’s Last Day In Yonkers Before Heading To New Job In Philadelphia
    Spoof Farewell Account Of Tom Steacy’s Last Day In Yonkers Before Heading To New Job In Philadelphia
  • Help-Wanted Ads From Editor & Publisher
    Help-Wanted Ads From Editor & Publisher
  • Tom Steacy Seeks Job At Philadelphia Inquirer, Feb. 1, 1974
    Tom Steacy Seeks Job At Philadelphia Inquirer, Feb. 1, 1974
  • “We Are Not Hiring At The Inquirer…”
    “We Are Not Hiring At The Inquirer…”
  • “We Have Been Operating Under A Strict Job Freeze…”
    “We Have Been Operating Under A Strict Job Freeze…”
  • Letter Confirming Tom Steacy
    Letter Confirming Tom Steacy's New job As Copy Editor, Philadelphia Inquirer, Feb. 15, 1982
  • Philadelphia Inquirer I.D. card, February 1982
    Philadelphia Inquirer I.D. card, February 1982
  • News Guild Contract, 1982
    News Guild Contract, 1982
  • Tom Steacy, Assistant Metro Editor, Philadelphia Inquirer, 1995
    Tom Steacy, Assistant Metro Editor, Philadelphia Inquirer, 1995
  • Will Steacy’s Drawing of The Inquirer Building, 1986
    Will Steacy’s Drawing of The Inquirer Building, 1986
  • Picket Line, 46 Day Strike Against Philadelphia Newspapers Inc., 1985
    Picket Line, 46 Day Strike Against Philadelphia Newspapers Inc., 1985
  • Top Papers, Top Pay
    Top Papers, Top Pay
  • Letter To Newsroom Employees About Worker Benefits During Strike, 1985
    Letter To Newsroom Employees About Worker Benefits During Strike, 1985
  • Tom Steacy, Metro Desk, 1995
    Tom Steacy, Metro Desk, 1995
  • "You
    "You're A Good Man Steacy" -Rosey
  • 1952 Floor Plan Of New 5th Floor Newsroom.
    1952 Floor Plan Of New 5th Floor Newsroom.
  • Consultants
    Consultants' Guidelines On Best Ways To Organize Work Spaces In A Modern Newsroom
  • Copy Desk, Neighbors Section, 1987.  Image Courtesy Of The Philadelphia Inquirer.
    Copy Desk, Neighbors Section, 1987. Image Courtesy Of The Philadelphia Inquirer.
  • Vacant Fifth Floor Newsroom After Inquirer Moved To Second Floor Newsroom, April 1997.
    Vacant Fifth Floor Newsroom After Inquirer Moved To Second Floor Newsroom, April 1997.
  • Floor Plan For New Newsroom On Second Floor, 1996
    Floor Plan For New Newsroom On Second Floor, 1996
  • Invitation To Newsroom Staff To Attend Dedication Of New Newsroom, April, 1997
    Invitation To Newsroom Staff To Attend Dedication Of New Newsroom, April, 1997
  • Inquirer Editor Maxwell King At Dedication Of New Newsroom, April, 1997
    Inquirer Editor Maxwell King At Dedication Of New Newsroom, April, 1997
  • Tom Steacy Being Cited For Coordinating New Newsroom Project, April, 1997
    Tom Steacy Being Cited For Coordinating New Newsroom Project, April, 1997
  • Tom Steacy, ID Card
    Tom Steacy, ID Card
  • Tom Steacy’s Farewell Letter To The Inquirer Staff After He Was Laid Off, October, 2011
    Tom Steacy’s Farewell Letter To The Inquirer Staff After He Was Laid Off, October, 2011
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