Resource of the month: January sales from 100 years ago

Daily mail

Daily Mail (London, England), Wednesday, January 07, 1914; pg. [1]; Issue 5539

On this day 100 years ago this was the front page of the Daily Mail so you can see what bargains were on offer in the sales including fantastic “ladies boudoir slippers” from Barkers of Kensington. Lovely and comfortable after a day trailing around the shops.

We have recently acquired the Daily Mail Historical Archive 1896-2004 so you check our what else was in the news this day in 1914. As well as the regular edition of the newspaper the Daily Mail Historical Archive also includes the Daily Mail Atlantic Edition.

The Daily Mail complements our newspaper collection by offering an alternative perspective to other newspapers we provide access to like The Times. Our growing newspaper collection provides students and researchers with multiple viewpoints to understand the past.

The archive is accessible from our Databases A-Z on the Electronic Library.

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