The offices of the Morning Post were housed in an Edwardian building designed by the architects Mewes and Davis at the corner of Aldwych, now a luxury hotel. The paper was founded in 1772 and published in London until 1937 when it was acquired by the Daily Telegraph.
Source: Historic England Archive
People & Organisations
Photographer: Boucher, Adolphe Augustus: Bedford Lemere And Company
Early 20th Century Newspaper Office, Children At Work, People At Work
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