Evening Press

The Evening Press was an Irish newspaper which was printed from 1954 until 1995. Please check the available years below as there gaps in our current holdings for the Evening Press newspaper archive. It was set up by √Čamon de Valera's Irish Press group, and was originally edited by Douglas Gageby.[1] Its principal competitor was the Evening Herald, which had been operating in Dublin as the one of only two evening papers since the demise of the Evening Telegraph in 1924.

The Evening Press was an Irish newspaper which was printed from 1954 until 1995.
Please check the available years below as there are gaps in our current holdings for the Evening Press newspaper archive. It was set up by Éamon de Valera's Irish Press group, and was originally edited by Douglas Gageby.[1] Its principal competitor was the Evening Herald, which had been operating in Dublin as the one of only two evening papers since the demise of the Evening Telegraph in 1924.

   Edition Count       Page Count          Years           
                1974-1995
            598         5,746      *Out of print