Daily Archives: September 16, 2007

The Second Century of the Boston Evening Transcript

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What remains of The Boston Evening Transcript? Once prized as “the country’s thought of Boston” devoted to literature, science, art, music, Harvard, the wool market, genealogy and a half dozen other peculiarly Boston institutions, the afternoon daily gave up the ghost in 1941. But certain of its traditions linger on — at The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, and Economic Principals.