The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin was founded by Alexander Cummings on April 10, 1847. Under the stewardship of William L. McLean, The Bulletin was the most popular paper in Philadelphia from 1905 to 1980. It was famous for its honest straightforward style. The Bulletin is remember for its slogan, “In Philadelphia Nearly Everybody Reads the Bulletin.” The paper closed January 29, 1982.
Created by Avigal Kaminsky, Kyah Hawkins, and Madeline Clapier.