Thursday, November 24, 2022

New York Times, 1862:

New York Daily Herald, 1878:

Birmingham Daily Mail, 1880:

Sydney Morning Herald, 1883:

Glasgow Herald, 1884:

St. Louis Post Dispatch, 1888:

Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1895:

Philadelphia Inquirer, 1906:

Boston Globe, 1910:

Hartford Courant, 1923:

Asbury Park Press, 1931, in what may be the most fascinating of them all:

Kansas City Times, 1939, the latest one I could find.

The phrase "Jews need not apply" was so well known that it was the punchline to jokes, as this article in British newspapers in 1889 shows.

No major city's newspapers were immune from publishing the phrase.

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