The Sheffield Star 1937

Sheffield, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom

The Star began as the Sheffield Evening Telegraph,[2] the first edition of which was published on 7 June 1887. soon took over its only local rival, the Sheffield Evening Star, and from June 1888 to December 1897 it was known as the Evening Telegraph and Star and Sheffield Daily Times, then from 1898 to October 1937 as the Yorkshire Telegraph and Star. In 1931, it took over the Sheffield Mail, which had been its main rival since 1920. From 1937 to November 1938, the newspaper became the Telegraph & Star, and finally, from 14 November 1938 until the present, The Star.Published by Sheffield Newspapers Ltd (owned by Johnston Press).