‘I say, put me on Page 1!’


After Tuesday night’s snowstorm, Horace Greeley was still sitting pretty in City Hall Park. A staunch abolitionist, Greeley (1811-’72) founded and edited the New York Tribune, which was the most influential newspaper in America in the mid-1800s.

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