Original vintage photo young boy elementary student. Royalty-Free Stock Photo. Download preview. Original photo of the 50 s. A italian child is sitting behind a school desk. Elementary school student. The boy has a pen in his hand and is writing in a notebook. Photo converted into digital using professional macro lens.
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Back in the day, the newspaper was the only way people could get their news.
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Newspaper boys were once an everyday part of life — without them, people literally wouldn't have been able to get their news for the day. While there's no limit to the amount of news an individual can consume today, newspaper boys played pivotal roles in some of history's biggest moments — they were sought out for the information that they, and they alone could provide. Here are some historical photos of how people used to get their news that make us long for the simpler times. Benjamin Franklin is sometimes known as " the first American newsboy ," because he helped deliver his brother's newspaper, the "New England Courant," in Boys could peddle papers from one spot or build out subscription routes — the more they sold, the more they could earn. In the s, during a period of economic depression, there were so many boys out selling papers that "newsboys" were often instead thought of as "street waifs.