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Historical Newspaper Collection

1721-1965

The Providence Gazette and Country Journal February 16, 1788

This collection was transferred to MASC from the general collections of the WSU Libraries in 2004. Katrina Paxton and Cheryl Gunselman processed this collection in 2004-2005.

Extent/Quantity Information

Linear Feet of Shelf Space: 122

Collection History

"If all the printed sources of history for a certain century or decade had to be destroyed save one, that which could be chosen with the greatest value to posterity would be a file of an important newspaper." (Clarence Saunders Brigham, 1947)

Faced with the rural isolation of the town of Pullman, Washington State College librarians actively sought to build and maintain a newspaper collection that represented historical, national, and international scope. The Historical Newspaper Collection represents only a fraction of the University’s newspaper collection--in general, these items were singled out as a “special collection” because they were determined to have particular historical significance. These items were originally gathered from a wide variety of sources, and acquisition occurred over a period of ninety years. The majority of the collection was obtained though gifts, and through exchanges with other libraries.

Access

These newspapers vary widely in physical condition; in many cases the paper is fragile and cannot be safely photocopied, but the collection is available for on-site research use.

The suggested citation for the collection is:

[Item Description]
Historical Newspaper Collection
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
Washington State University Libraries
Pullman, WA

Related Materials

Many other newspaper resources, in various formats, are available through the Washington State University Libraries. For example, approximately a quarter of the titles in this collection are also available on microfilm at the Holland/Terrell Library. To explore the general library collections for these resources, use the WSU Libraries' online catalog. The catalog supports various types of searching, including title, keyword, and subject.

Arrangement and Description

The Historical Newspaper Collection includes approximately 440 titles. The collection contains newspapers that are both domestic and international in scope, with dates ranging from the eighteenth century to the twentieth century. Washington State papers are strongly represented. Titles found in this collection are generally single issues or short interrupted runs.

For researchers interested in newspapers as material objects, the collection includes a wide variety of examples of paper, printing, and occasional evidence of use (such as annotations, stamps, and other markings).

Prior to the transfer of these items to MASC, the "Historical Newspaper File" was treated as a small special collection within the general collections of the WSU Libraries. It was organized in a numerical system by file number, and information about the collection was maintained in a card catalog, which served as the sole means of intellectual access. The collection was referred to by WSU librarians as the "Shoebox Series" because of the boxes in which the catalog cards were stored. This catalog was transferred to MASC along with the newspapers and is included in the collection.

Not all of the items from the former collection were selected for inclusion in this Historical Newspaper Collection. Items that had been removed from individual manuscript collections were restored to their context in those collections; photocopies and other reproductions were not selected, with the exception of a few reprinted items; dates from 1960 onward were excluded. In a few cases, items were generally excluded on the basis of condition, when they were badly damaged and it was not feasible that they could be made sufficiently stable for use.

Series List

Contents List

Location Key (MASC Staff Use):
A and B: MASC Basement open shelving (East)
C: MASC Basement open oversized shelving (West)
Stacks: MASC Ground Level book stacks

Location Description
  Series 1: Pacific Northwest (1851-1965)
  Subseries 1.1 Washington Territory (1861-1889)
C1 Big Bend Empire, Waterville, Douglas County, Washington Territory. February 16, 1888; January 2, 1890; September 10, 1903-August 4, 1904 (incomplete).
B12.2 Centralia Chronicle, Centralia, Washington Territory and Washington State. April 7, 1887-January 16, 1890.
B12.3 Clarke County Register, Vancouver, Clarke County, Washington Territory. July 5, 1883. (Note: issue includes article on New York Shop Girls.)
B12.1 Colton Eagle, Colton, Whitman County, Washington Territory. May 24, 1887; June 8, 1887; July 5, 1888.
Stacks 3 The Eye, Snohomish City, Washington Territory. August 9, 1882.
B12.4 Farmington Register, Farmington, Whitman County, Washington Territory. October 5, 1888.
B12.5 Lewis County Bee, Chehalis, Washington Territory. June 6, 1884.
B12.6 Lewis County Nugget, Chehalis, Lewis County, Washington Territory. October 20, 1883; July 14, 1883.
B12.7 Morning Review, Spokane Falls, Washington Territory. October 31, 1886 (reproduction).
B5.15 Port Angeles Weekly Tribune, Port Angeles, Washington. April 20, 1882.
B12.8 Sprague Herald, Sprague, Spokane County, Washington Territory. July 6, 1883; January 16, 1885; January 7, 1887.
B12.9 The Vancouver Independent, Vancouver, Washington Territory. July 5, 1883.
C1 Walla Walla Daily Union, Walla Walla, Washington Territory. January 10, 1889.
B12.10 Washington Farmer, North Yakima, Washington Territory. April 4, 1885.
B12.11 Washington Standard, Olympia, Washington Territory. January 18, 1868; December 28, 1867.
B12.12 Washington Statesman, Walla Walla, Washington Territory. December 27, 1861.
C1 Weekly Journal and Watchman, Walla Walla, Washington Territory. August 30, 1889.
B12.13 The Yakima Democrat, North Yakima, Washington Territory. October 3, 1888.
B12.14 Yakima [Weekly] Record, Yakima City, Yakima County, Washington Territory. July 7, 1883.
B12.15 The Yakima Republican, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington Territory. November 22, 1882 [1884?]; April 11, 1885; December 26, 1885; April 4, 1886; January 3, 1890.
B12.16 Yakima Signal, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington Territory. January 6, 1883; July 7, 1883; October 4, 1888.
  Subseries 1.2: Washington State (1889-1965)
B3.1 The Agitator, Home (Lakebay P.O.), Washington. November 15, 1910-July 1, 1912. (Note: Industrial Unionism newspaper.)
B3.2a-c The Argus, Seattle, Washington. January 7, 1905-December 29, 1906 (incomplete).
B3.3 The Benton County Independent, Richland, Washington. October 11, 1940; May 21, 1942; June 11, 1942; June 18, 1942.
B3.4 Buckley Banner, Buckley, Washington. February 23, 1933-December 27, 1934 (bound).
B4.1 Calispell Valley Times, Usk, Pend Oreille County, WA, October 18, 1912.
B4.2 Charleston American, Charleston, Washington. December 28, 1915; January 14, 1916.
B4.3 Charleston Record, Charleston, Washington. June 16, 1906.
B4.4 The Cheney Free Press, Cheney, Washington. February 7, 1930.
B4.5 The Chronicle, Spokane, Washington. June 13, 1898.
B4.6 The Citizen Journal, Rosalia, Washington. January 4, 1924; January 11, 1924.
B4.7 Creston News, Creston, Washington. July 12-December 20, 1935 (incomplete).
B4.8a-e Daily Chronicle-Examiner, Centralia, Washington. January 8-August 14, 1915.
B4.9 The Daily Ledger, Tacoma, Washington. February 15, 1914. (Note: folder includes clipping "Rare Pictures of Famous Indians." Article includes photo of "Duke of York," chief of the Clallam Tribe; mentions Chief Kamiaken and the Indian wars of 1855-1858.)
Stacks 2 Discontent: Mother of Progress, Lakebay, Washington. June 8, 1898-April 30, 1902. (Note: these issues are from the Home Colony, an anarchist commune, in Lake Bay, WA. Article subjects include gender equality, sexuality, free love, animal rights, and labor.)
B4.10 Douglas County Democrat, Waterville, Washington. November 30, 1894.
B4.11 Dungeness Beacon, Dungeness, Washington. July 29, 1892.
B4.12 Farmington Forum, Farmington, Whitman County, Washington. April 15, 1892.
B4.13 Farmington Independent, Farmington, Washington. November 7, 1913.
B4.14 The Farmington News, Farmington, Washington. October 23, 1925.
B4.15 Ferndale Record, Ferndale, Washington. October 10, 1928.
B4.16 Freemens Labor Journal, Spokane, Washington. January 22, 1897.
B4.17 The Garfield Enterprise, Garfield, Washington. June 17, 1927; December 30, 1927.
B4.18 Good Government Educator, Seattle, Washington. October 26, 1946-March 14, 1947 (incomplete). (Note: includes anti-Communist and early Cold War propaganda.)
B5.1 Gray’s Harbor Gazette, Hoquiam, Washington. March 1, 1900. (Note: issue includes articles on the black plague in the South Pacific.)
B5.2 Industrial Army News, Seattle, Washington. April 20, 1894.
B5.3 The Inland Empire News, Spokane, Washington. June 7, 1951.
B5.4 The Kettle Falls Pioneer, Kettle Falls, Stevens County, Washington. December 31, 1891.
B5.5 The KFPY Farmer, Spokane, Washington. April 1945-March 1946 (incomplete). (Note: one issue highlights the uses of DDT on the farm and in the home.)
B5.6 The Kway Weekly, Seattle, Washington. March 13, 1924; February 21, 1933; December 17, 1941.
B5.7 Majblomman (The Swedish Mayflower), Spokane, Washington. May 1, 1923.
B5.8 Metaline Democrat, Metaline, Washington. October 11, 1913.
B5.9 Metaline Fall News, Metaline, Washington. April 14, 1911.
B5.10 Morning Union-Daily Bulletin, Walla Walla, Washington. September 22, 1935. (Note: issue includes article on Fort Walla Walla.)
B5.11 The Newport Miner, Newport, Washington. April 18, 1929-November 11, 1965 (incomplete).
B5.12a-d The New Time, Spokane, Washington. June 28, 1902-April 1, 1906. (Note: Socialist newspaper.)
B5.13 The Oakville Cruiser, Oakville, Washington. September 4-November 20, 1936 (partially bound).
B5.14 The Pasco Express, Pasco, Washington. July 19, 1906.
B5.16 Port Orchard Independent, Port Orchard, Washington. March 11, 1905.
B5.17 Pre-Vue, Spokane, Washington. August 25, 1933-October 20, 1933. (Note: highlights Spokane's "amusements." Includes many photographs and movie advertisements mentioning well-known actors and films of the 1930s.)
A13.1 The Producer, Spokane, Washington. August 27, 1921-October 15, 1923 (incomplete, bound). (Note: agricultural newspaper.)
B5.18a-c The Pullman Herald, Pullman, Washington. January 20-December 29, 1911 (incomplete, partially bound), and special 50th anniversary edition (1888-1938), 1938 November 4 (3 copies, one bound).
B5.19a-b The Quincy Quill, Quincy, Washington. August 4, 1905-June 1, 1917 (incomplete).
B5.20 The Quincy Valley News, Quincy, Washington. April 25, 1947; June 27, 1947; August 29, 1947.
B14.4 The Ranch, Kent and Seattle, Washington. January 1, 1912-December 15, 1913 (bound).
B5.21 Republic News Miner, Republic, Washington. April 21, 1916.
B5.22 The Rosalia Rustler, Rosalia, Washington. February 9, 1893.
B6.1 The Sentinel, Asotin, Washington. January 3, 1890.
B6.2 The Snoqualmie Valley Record, Snoqualmie, Washington. September 4, 1924-December 18, 1930 (incomplete, bound).
B6.3a-c The Socialist; Next the Socialist, Seattle, Washington. October 5, 1895; May 21, 1901-January 22, 1905 (incomplete).
B6.4 The Socialist World, Seattle, Washington. July 21, 1916-March 23, 1917 (bound). (Note: subjects include issues of the Monroe Doctrine, Socialist presidential candidates, and birth control.)
B6.5 The South Tacoma Star, Tacoma, Washington. March 20-April 3, 1931.
B6.6 The Spokane County Republican, March 15-December 1, 1946.
Stacks The Spokane Falls Review, Spokane Falls, Washington. November 12, 1889. (Note: includes an article about the proclaimation of Washington statehood.) Call number: AN48.57 S745
  The Spokane Review, Spokane, Washington.
B9.1 January 31, 1892. (Note: includes features and illustrations on Pullman, Washington.)
B9.2 October 25, 1897-December 20, 1921 (incomplete)
B9.7 July 6, 1903
B9.3 November 1903; December 1903; January 1904. (Note: includes articles about Native American people, referred to as Whirlwind Medicine Man, Tow-a-Tai chief of the Cayuses, Chief No Shirt and his wife Thunder, Louise Two-Slaps, White Thunder, Show-a-way, Paul Show-a-way chief of the Cayuses, Wishram bell ringers, Umapine, Sampkin, Lewis and Clark Expedition, Whitman Massacre, Daughter of Kamiakin, Bill Woodward, Chief Iron Sail, Spee-des of Wishram tribe, Sacajawea, Pe-tow-ya, Bird Woman, Chief Joseph, Piegan Jack, Yellow Hair chief of the Palouse tribe, P-ha-thal-a-talk; also Indian boarding schools.)
  The Spokesman Review, Spokane, Washington. (Note: issues contain photographs of Washington State University campus.)
B9.8 January 15, 1925 (bound)
B11 Golden Anniversary edition. July 22, 1933
B9.4 October 21, 1930
B9.5 September 25, 1935
B9.6; B10.2a-b Progress Edition. January 26, 1936
B10.3a-b Progress Edition. January 16, 1938 (bound)
B10.4a-b Progress Edition. January 28, 1940 (bound)
B10.5 Progress Edition. January 25, 1942 (bound)
B10.6 Progress Edition. January 31, 1943 (bound)
B10.7 Progress Edition. January 30, 1944 (bound)
B10.8 Progress Edition. January 26, 1947 (bound)
B11.1 Progress Edition. January 21, 1951 (bound)
B11.2 Progress Edition. January 27, 1952 (bound)
B11.3a-b Progress Edition. January 25, 1953 (bound)
B11.4 Progress Edition. January 31, 1954 (bound)
B11.5 Progress Edition. January 30, 1955 (bound)
B11.6a-b Progress Edition. January 29, 1956 (bound)
B11.7 Progress Edition. January 27, 1957 (bound)
B11.8a-b Progress Edition. January 26, 1958 (bound)
B11.9a-b Progress Edition. January 25, 1959 (bound)
B6.7 The Stage, Tacoma, Washington. October 21, 1892-May 26, 1893 (incomplete).
B7.1 State Normal School Journal, Cheney, Washington. November 7, 1916-October 12, 1923 (incomplete).
B7.2 Stevens County Farm News, Addy, Washington. December 7, 1933.
B7.3 The Sun, Tacoma, Washington. November 7, 1892-August 10, 1899.
B7.4 Sunday Union-Statesman, Walla Walla, Washington. May 30, 1909; June 30, 1909.
B7.5a-e The Sun Democrat, Tacoma, Washington. May 30, 1901-June 26, 1903.
B7.6 The Sunnyside Times, Sunnyside, Washington. October 19, 1922.
B7.7 Tacoma Morning Union, Tacoma, Washington. 1895 (Souvenir Edition).
B7.8a-c The Tacoma Sun, Tacoma, Washington. October 4, 1924; October 11, 1924; September 13, 1924; October 25, 1924.
B7.9 The Tacoma Times, Tacoma, Washington. December 4, 1920. (Note: Evening Pink Final Extra Edition.)
B7.11 The Times, Pullman, Washington. January 2, 1895. (Note: editor is identified as13 year old Geo Stitt who claims that he is the "youngest editor in the state.")
B7.13 Town Talk, Spokane, Washington. June 6, 1941.
B7.14 Trench and Camp, Camp Lewis, Washington. July 21, 1918; August 11, 1918; December 22, 1918; December 29, 1918; January 5, 1919.
B7.15 True American Citizen, Tacoma, Washington. September 13, 1895; April 23, 1897. (Note: includes coverage of public schools and reform schools.)
B7.16 Union City Tribune, Union City, Washington. June 26, 1890; July 16, 1892.
B8.1 The Vashon Island News, Burton, Washington. February 7, 1918-December 11, 1919 (bound).
B8.2 The Waitsburg Times, Waitsburg, Washington. July 16, 1937; May 20, 1937.
B8.3a-b Walla Walla Bulletin, Walla Walla, Washington. December 14, 1916; April 23, 1917; April 25, 1917. (Note: December 1916 issues include articles on Indian dances, wars of 1855-1886, and the story of Coyote.)
  The Walla Walla Union, Walla Walla, Washington. (Note: Centennial Issue includes articles regarding the Whitman Party.)
C1 August 1896 (Pictorial Historical Edition)
B8.4a November 30, 1900-May 22, 1917; January 25, 1925
B8.4b August 12, 1936
B8.5 The Walla Walla Valley Spectator (supplement), Prescott, Washington. Circa 1920.
B8.6 Waterville Empire-Press, Waterville, Washington. October 26, 1922; February 26, 1925; August 18 1927, November 24, 1927; September 25, 1930.
B8.7 Waterville Immigrant, Waterville, Washington. April 20, 1889; December 28, 1889.
B8.8a-b The Weekly Olympian, Olympia, Washington. March 20, 1894-December 20, 1906 (incomplete).
B8.9 The Wenatchee Advance, Wenatchee, Washington. February 16, 1894; November 9, 1901.
B8.10 Wenatchee Daily World, Wenatchee, Washington. June 26, 1939.
B8.11a-b The Whidby Islander, Langley, Washington. October 1900-April 15, 1903.
B8.12 Women’s News, Spokane, Washington. September 3-December 18, 1936.
  Yakima Herald, Yakima, Washington. (Note: March 1, 1953 issue documents the town's history and has numerous historical photos.)
B8.13a December 31, 1901
B8.13b January 9, 1890; March 1, 1953
B8.14, C1 The Yakima Republic, North Yakima, Washington. November 15, 1901; August 31, 1903.
B8.15 The Yoghurt Health News: Supplement to the Mount Vernon Argus, Bellingham, Washington. August 9, 1923. (Note: includes photographs of various forms of electric "treatments" including a life size "bake oven.")
  Subseries 1.3: Other Pacific Northwest (1851-1948)
A11.1 The Alaska Herald, Sitka, Alaska. September 26, 1892; April 24, 1893; March 12, 1894.
A11.2 Anchorage Daily Times, Anchorage, Alaska. July 3, 1937. (Note: issue contains a lengthy article about the New Deal colony "Matanuska Colony," which relocated Dust Bowl farmers to rural Alaska.)
A11.3 Armfor News, Boise, Idaho. December 20, 1934-February 5, 1937 (incomplete).
A11.4 Benewah County News, St. Maries, Idaho. December 29, 1938.
A11.5 The Buhl Pioneer, Buhl, Idaho. December 20, 1906; August 23, 1917.
A11.6 Columbia River Courier, Women’s Foreign Missionary Society, Portland, Oregon. May 1926; February 1930.
A11.7 Cooperative News, Freewater, Oregon. October 4, 1938. (Note: newspaper is "devoted to the interests of all Cooperative Enterprises and especially Farmers' Organizations.")
A11.8 The Dalles Optimist, Dalles, Oregon. July 28, 1928; April 20, 1928; Wasco County Special Development issue, 1928.
A11.9 Grants Pass Courier, Grants Pass, Oregon. April 3, 1935. (Note: issue includes a brief history of Southern Oregon.)
A11.10 The Idaho Guardsman, Boise, Idaho. February 1, 1943; March 1, 1943; April 1, 1943; May 1, 1943; December 25, 1943; February 1, 1944; April 15, 1944; June 1, 1944; August 1, 1944; November 1, 1944.
A14.2 Idaho Tri-weekly Statesman, Boise, Idaho. August 26, 1865; October 26, 1869.
A11.11 The Latah Journal, Deary, Idaho. July 29, 1937; August 5, 1937; August 12, 1937; August 19, 1937; September 2, 1937; September 9, 1937.
Stacks 2 The Lewiston Teller, Lewiston, Idaho. April 10, 1890-March 31, 1892 (incomplete, bound).
A12.1 Morning Oregonian, Portland, Oregon. June 3-October 20, 1898 (incomplete). (Note: issues include articles regarding the war in the Philippines.)
C1 The New-Northwest, Deer Lodge, Montana. 1878-1879 (clippings, reproductions).
A12.2 The North Star, Sitka, Alaska. August 1891. (Note: issue contains various articles on rituals of indigenous peoples of Alaska.)
A12.3 Oregon Journal, Portland, Oregon. April 25, 1915. (Note: folder includes clippings about the death of Marcus Whitman, obituary of McDonough Bainbridge Rees, and details of the survivors of Colonel Steptoe's expedition.)
A12.4 Oregon Spectator, Oregon City, Oregon. June 15, 1948; July 19, 1948; February 5, 1946 (reproduction).
A13.2 Oregon Statesman, Oregon City, Oregon. May 13, 1851-February 11, 1861 (incomplete).
A12.5 Pathfinder of Alaska (magazine), Valdez, Alaska. May 1922; April 1924.
A12.6 Portland Journal of Commerce, Portland, Oregon. August 31, 1889.
A12.7 Resources of Oregon and Washington, Portland, Oregon. July 1882.
A12.8 The Sunday Oregonian, Portland, Oregon. January 27, 1935.
B14.3 The Sunnyside Gazette. Portland, Oregon. February 5, 1938-April 10, 1943 (incomplete, bound).
A12.9 The Wallace Miner, Wallace, Idaho. December 16, 1937. (Note: issue includes story about the history of the Coeur d'Alene people.)
A12.10 The Weekly Oregonian, Portland, Oregon. June 15, 1894. (Note: covers the Oregon flood of 1894.)
A12.11 Wrangell Sentinel, Wrangell, Alaska. May 14, 1925; May 21, 1925; May 28, 1925. (Note: gift of W.P Gray; included with papers is a note from Gray describing Wrangell Island.)
  Series 2: Colonial America and Early United States (1728-1812)
  Subseries 2.1 Colonial America (1728-1775)
Stacks 1 Boston Gazette, Boston, Massachusetts. March 12, 1770. (Note: reproductions, with accounts of the Boston Massacre.)
Stacks 4 The Connecticut Gazette, New-London, Connecticut. August 2, 1765-July 9, 1800 (incomplete).
A3.3 The Connecticut Journal, and New-Haven Post-Boy, (later known as the Connecticut Journal). New Haven, Connecticut. February 12, 1768-May 28, 1822 (incomplete).
A10.1 The New-England Weekly Journal, Boston, Massachusetts. April 8, 1728. (Note: reproduction)
A10.2 The New-York Gazette; and the Weekly Mercury, October 29, 1770. (Note: issue includes article on the death of the Reverend George Whitefield.)
  Subseries 2.2 Early United States (1776-1812)
Stacks 2 The American Mercury, Hartford, Connecticut. April 26, 1790-July 9, 1816 (incomplete, partially bound).
A3.1a-c Boston Gazette, Boston, Massachusetts. March 30, 1801- December 22, 1808, March 12, 1770 (incomplete).
  The Columbian Centinel, Boston, Massachusetts. (Note: 1801 issue covers Thomas Jefferson's election and inauguration.)
Stacks 3 June 16, 1791-December 28, 1793 (incomplete, partially bound)
Stacks 3 January 1-December 3, 1794 (incomplete, partially bound)
Stacks 3 January 14, 1795-December 28, 1796 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 3 September 26, 1798-December 6, 1800
Stacks 3 January 3, 1801-December 29, 1802 (bound)
Stacks 4 April 2, 1802; February 7, 1807; June 7, 1809; June 10, 1809; June 14, 1809; June 17, 1809; June 21, 1809; June 24, 1809; June 28, 1809
Stacks 3 The Concord Herald, and Newhampshire Intelligencer, Concord, New Hampshire. January 13, 1790.
A3.2 Commercial Advertiser, New York, New York. October 2, 1797.
  Connecticut Courant, Hartford, Connecticut.
Stacks 3 October 14, 1783
Stacks 3 January 9-December 25, 1786 (incomplete, partially bound)
Stacks 3 January 14, 1787-December 31, 1789 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 3 January 3-December 12, 1790 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 3 January 14-December 12, 1791 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 3 January 9-December 31, 1792 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 4 September 23-December 16, 1799 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 3 January 5, 1801-December 28, 1803 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 3 February 15, 1804-June 29, 1824 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 Supplement to the Courant, Hartford, Connecticut. March 31, 1855.
Stacks 4 Connecticut Mirror, Hartford, Connecticut. January 7, 1811-April 3, 1821 (incomplete).
A3.4 The Daily Advertiser, New York, New York. January 5-March 28, 1789 (incomplete, partially bound).
  Gazette of the United States, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Note: 1802 issue covers the death of First Lady Martha Washington.)
A3.5a August 18, 1792
A3.5b May 28, 1802; May 14, 1814
Stacks 1 General Advertiser, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. December 8, 1797.
A3.6 The Herald; a Gazette for the Country, New York, New York. January 21, 1795; January 28, 1795; February 11, 1795; February 28, 1975; March 7, 1795; March 21, 1795; April 11, 1795; April 18, 1795; April 29, 1795; May 13, 1795.
Stacks 3 Independent Chronicle, Boston, Massachusetts. February 7-December 23, 1811 (incomplete, bound).
Stacks 4 The Independent Ledger, and the American Advertiser, Boston, Massachusetts. November 30, 1778.
  Independent Chronicle, and the Universal Advertiser, Boston, Massachusetts.
Stacks 2 January 2-December 19, 1777
Stacks 2 March 12-August 13, 1778
Stacks 2 February 28-July 10, 1788
Stacks 2 September 30-December 30, 1790
Stacks 2 February 3-December 15, 1791
Stacks 2 January 12-December 13, 1792
Stacks 2 January 3-December 5, 1793
Stacks 2 January 2-December 29, 1794
Stacks 2 January 12-December 14, 1795
Stacks 2 January 7-December 29, 1796
Stacks 2 April 24, 1800; May 18, 1801; October 7, 1802; October 11, 1802; August 25, 1803; May 24, 1804; January 24, 1805; June 17, 1805; September 15, 1806; April 9-10, 1810
A4.1 The Massachusetts Centinel, Boston. September 17-December 31, 1788; September 12, 1789 (incomplete, partially bound).
A4.2a-c Massachusetts Mercury and New-England Palladium, Boston, Massachusetts. January 17, 1797-December 15, 1801.
Stacks 5 Massachusetts Spy, or Worcester Gazette, Worcester, Massachusetts. August 22, 1810; March 26, 1817. (Note: issues document the purchase of Florida, the debate on slavery west of the Mississippi, Alabama becoming a state, and debate regarding admission of Maine into the Union.)
  New-England Palladium, Boston, Massachusetts. (Note: includes account of Lewis and Clark Expedition, July 31, 1801, vol. XLI, no. 2114, p. 1)
Stacks 4 July 17, 1804-September 23, 1803 (incomplete)
Stacks 2 January 1-December 31, 1802 (incomplete, bound)
  Newport Mercury, Newport, Rhode Island.
C1 April 21, 1781; October 27, 1781, October 9, 1784; July 21, 1795; July 21, 1804; May 28, 1814; April 26, 1884; March 28, 1863; November 23, 1867.
C1 August 20, 1853; August 27, 1853; and January 14, 1899.
A4.3 The New-York Packet, and American Advertiser, Fishkill, New York. January 17, 1782.
Stacks 1 The Pennsylvania Packet, and Daily Advertiser. January 6, 1787-April 4, 1788 (incomplete).
A4.4 The Providence Gazette, Providence, Rhode Island. November 15, 1783-February 14, 1795; November 18, 1797; January 25, 1806; April 24-October 30, 1813; January 31, 1818; January 6, 1820-January 14, 1824 (incomplete). (Note: 1790s issues include information about the French Revolution; 1800s issues include information about slavery.)
A4.5 Spooner’s Vermont Journal, Windsor, Vermont. June 12, 1798-December 6, 1803 (incomplete). (Note: includes details of the Louisiana Purchase.)
A4.6 Ulster County Gazette, Kingston, New York. January 4, 1800 (reproductions).
A4.7 The Visitor, New Haven, Connecticut. September 27, 1803.
  Series 3: United States (1813-1887)
  The Albion, or British, Colonial and Foreign Weekly Gazette. New York, New York. (Note: 1837 issue records the death of King William IV and Princess Victoria's ascent to the throne.)
Stacks 4 July 29, 1837, August 19, 1837
Stacks 4 January 6-December 28, 1844 (incomplete, partially bound)
Stacks 4 January 2-December 25, 1847 (incomplete)
Stacks 4 January 6-December 29, 1849 (incomplete, partially bound)
Stacks 4 January 5-December 28, 1850 (incomplete)
A5.1 American Temperance Intelligencer, Albany, New York. July 1835; October 1835; November 1836.
A5.2 Baptist Register, Concord, New Hampshire. March 1835 (incomplete).
C2 Boston Evening Gazette, Boston, Massachusetts. October 30, 1852.
Stacks 3 The Boston Patriot, Boston, Massachusetts. January 2-December 25, 1813 (incomplete, bound). (Note: March 3, 1813 issue includes articles on the War of 1812.)
A5.3 The Boston Telegraph, Boston, Massachusetts. January 1, 1824.
Stacks 4 Brother Jonathan, New York, New York. July 11, 1840; July 4, 1845.
Stacks 2 Burritt’s Christian Citizen, Worcester, Massachusetts. January 6, 1849-September 7, 1850 (incomplete, bound). (Note: includes debate on slavery. An index is included at the end of the volume.)
A5.4 The Charleston Courier, Charleston, South Carolina. July 15, 1854.
A5.5 Christian Advocate and Journal and Christian Advocate Supplement, New York, New York. April 3, 1835; November 25, 1886. (Note: topics include Louisa May Alcott, exercise for girls, and the importance of keeping a scrapbook.)
C2 The Christian Intelligencer, New York, New York. January 1, 1851.
A5.6 Chester Standard, Chester, South Carolina. February 9, 1854.
C2 The Christian Register, Boston, Massachusetts. December 9, 1826; April 7, 1827; September 22, 1827; November 17, 1827; September 26, 1868.
A5.7 The Cleveland Herald, Cleveland, Ohio. September 20, 1881. (Note: issue includes coverage of the death of President James Garfield.)
C2 Cleveland Evening Leader, Cleveland, Ohio, April 16, 1865. (Note: this issue reports on the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.)
C2 Cleveland Morning Leader, Cleveland, Ohio, April 28, 1865. (Note: includes reporting of events after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.)
A5.8 Columbian Register, New Haven, Connecticut. July 6, 1813; May 22, 1819; February 10, 1821; May 26, 1821.
A5.9 The Congretional Observer, Hartford and New Haven, Connecticut. February 12, 1842; February 26, 1842; April 30, 1842.
C2 The Connecticut Journal and Herald, New Haven, Connecticut. February 26, 1859.
A5.10 The Daily Citizen, Vicksburg, Mississippi. July 2, 1863 (reproduction). (Note: these issues are facsimile reproductions of the famous “Wallpaper” edition.)
C2 Daily Cleveland Herald, Cleveland, Ohio, April 28, 1865. (Note: reports the arrival of Abraham Lincoln's funeral train in Cleveland.)
C2 Daily Morning Chronicle, Washington. April 20, 1865. (Note: issue includes details of President Abraham Lincoln's funeral.)
A5.11 The Daily Union, Washington, D.C. October 2, 1850.
A5.12 The Evening Telegram, New York, New York. August 1, 1885; August 5, 1885. (Note: folder contains clippings regarding the death of President Ulysses S. Grant.)
A5.13 The Fonda Sentinel, Fonda, New York. March 5, 1847.
  Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, New York, New York.
A5.14 December 15, 1855
A5.14 May 1, 1858
A5.15 The Friend, Honolulu, Hawaii. January 15, 1845. (Note: temperance newspaper.)
C2 Hartford Daily Courant, Hartford, Connecticut. January 20, 1852; January 1, 1857; May 7, 1862; May 16, 1862.
A5.16 Hartford Weekly Journal, Hartford, Connecticut. May 4, 1844. (Note: includes Henry Clay's announcement of his intention to enter into the Presidential race.)
A5.17 Harper’s Bazar [sic], New York, New York. May 8, 1869-December 23, 1882; March 5, 1881 (incomplete).
A5.18 Harper’s Weekly, New York, New York. April 30, 1859.
A5.19 Herald of the Times, Newport, Rhode Island. September 15, 1831.
C2 The Home Journal, New York, New York. May 8, 1852-December 1, 1855 (incomplete).
B14.2 Illinois State Journal, Springfield, Illinois. Centennial Edition. November 8, 1831 (bound).
A5.20 The Jeffersonian, New York, New York. November 8, 1834-December 31, 1834 (incomplete, partially bound).
A5.21 Journal and Free Press, North Hampton, Massachusetts. November 27, 1875.
  The Log Cabin, New York and Albany, New York.
Stacks 1 May 2-November 9, 1840 (bound)
Stacks 1 March 3, 1819-February 16, 1820 (incomplete, bound)
C2 Milwaukee American, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. March 4, 1857; April 1, 1857.
  Moore’s Rural New Yorker, Rochester, New York.
Stacks 3 January 1-December 24, 1853 (bound)
Stacks 3 January 7-December 30, 1854 (bound)
Stacks 3 January 1-December 24, 1859 (bound)
A5.22 Nashua Gazette and Hillsborough Advertiser, Nashua, New Hampshire. December 5, 1844.
C3 National Anti-Slavery Standard, New York, New York. March 18, 1854-July 18, 1863 (incomplete).
A6.1 New-Hampshire Courier, Concord, New Hampshire. December 6, 1844.
C3 New Haven Daily Palladium, New Haven, Connecticut. May 6, 1837-June 27, 1877 (incomplete).
A6.2 New-Haven Chronicle, New Haven, Connecticut. August 16, 1828.
A6.3 New-Haven Daily Herald, New Haven, Connecticut. August 14, 1844; August 19, 1846.
A6.4 Newport Advertiser, Newport, Rhode Island. August 22, 1855.
C3 Newport Journal, Newport, Rhode Island. September 12, 1885.
A6.5 The New-Yorker, New York, New York. March 19, 1836.
A6.6 New York Evening Post, New York, New York. February 5-7, 1818.
A13.4 New York Herald, New York, New York. April 15, 1865 (Note: 6 items; all are reproductions. These issues cover the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.)
A14.2 The New York Ledger, New York, New York. January 1, 1859-December 31, 1859 (incomplete, bound).
  New York Observer, New York, New York. (Note: includes several articles about slavery and Indian issues.)
C3 July 11, 1829
B13.1 January 2-December 25, 1847 (incomplete, bound)
B13.2 January 1-December 30, 1848 (incomplete, bound)
B13.3 January 6-December 22, 1849 (incomplete, bound)
B13.4 January 5-December 28, 1850 incomplete, bound)
B14.1 January 2-December 25, 1851 (incomplete, bound)
C3 August 6, 1857; March 18, 1858; March 31, 1859
C3 August 5, 1869; September 19, 1859; October 10, 1895
C3 April 9, 1868
A6.7 New York Times, New York, New York. August 6, 1885.
Stacks 4 Norfolk Gazette and Publick Ledger, Norfolk, Virginia. June 23, 1813.
A6.8 The Perfectionist, Putney, Vermont. February 15, 1843-January 15, 1844 (incomplete, bound). (Note: this newspaper is from the Perfectionist Society, a religious sect directed by Mr. John Noyes, founder and leader of the Oneida community. His Perfectionist Society supported "complex marriage" or "free love.")
A6.9 The Philanthropist, Cincinnati, Ohio. May 5, 1840.
A6.10 The Rebel, Chattanooga, Tennessee. August 9, 1862. (Note: issue includes an address by President Abraham Lincoln regarding treason.)
A6.11 Recorder and Telegraph, Boston, Massachusetts. May 20, 1825 (fragment).
A6.12 The Repertory, Boston, Massachusetts. April 20, 1820.
A6.13 Rhode Island Republican, Newport, Rhode Island. July 13, 1826; January 8, 1829.
A6.14 Salt Lake Evening Chronicle, Salt Lake City, Utah. March 2, 1885.
A6.15 Salt Lake Evening Democrat, Salt Lake City, Utah. March 2, 1885.
C3 Saturday Courier, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. March 29, 1834-April 23, 1842 (incomplete).
A6.16a-b Scientific American: Architects and Builders Edition, New York, New York. January and August 1887; January-August 1888. (Note: each issue contains floor plans for new homes.)
A6.17 The Sun, New York, New York. September 3, 1833. (Note: includes original first issue of The Sun and also a reprint produced for the 100th anniversary edition.)
A6.18 Telegraph, and the Texas Register, San Felipe de Austin, Texas Mexico Territory. November 7, 1853. (Note: issues document the Texas and Mexico civil war.)
C3 Weekly Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. December 8, 1852.
A620 Windham Herald, Windham, Connecticut. January 6-November 24, 1814 (incomplete). (Note: subjects include the defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte, General Jackson's victory over Creek Indians, and the destruction of Fort Eric.)
A6.21 The World, New York, New York. August 2 and 9, 1885. (Note: issue includes coverage of the death of President Ulysses S Grant.)
A6.22 The Youth’s Companion, Boston, Massachusetts. April 19, 1883-April 24, 1884 (incomplete).
  Series 4: U.S. (1888-1939)
A7.1 The Amaroc News, Coblenz, Germany. June 27, 28, 1919; July 30, 1919. (Note: issues document the end of WWI. This newspaper was printed for the American forces in Europe. Includes handwritten notes in pencil at top of papers: "We get this paper on the day it is printed and it is very good." "Delivered at Camp of Co. D, 1st U.S Engs at outpost in front of Gorgeshausen, Germany, by truck at 6:45 p.m June 28, 1918.")
A7.2 Appeal to Reason, Girard, Kansas. October 21, 1922.
A7.3 The Bridgehead-Sentinel, Montabauer, Germany. April 19, 1919-June 24, 1921 (Note: United States armed forces newspaper, First United States Division. Incomplete.)
A7.4 Chicago Journal, Chicago, Illinois. April 19, 1898; June 7, 1898.
A7.5 Coming Back (publication location unknown). January 1-September 12, 1919 (incomplete).
A7.6 The Courier Journal, Louisville, Kentucky. May 28, 1911.
A7.8 The Double-Six, Garmisch, Germany. November 2-November 30, 1945 (incomplete). (Note: this newspaper was produced for the United States Armed Forces in Europe.)
A7.9 Erist Manifesto (publisher and location unknown). Circa 1930. (Note: underground newspaper.)
A7.10 The Graphic, Chicago, Illinois. July 25, 1891-May 28, 1892 (incomplete).
A7.11 Hello G.I.'s in Switzerland, Neuchatel, Switzerland. November 4-7, 1945. (Note: this newspaper was published for United States Forces on "rest and relaxation" in Switzerland.)
A7.12 The Honolulu Advertiser, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. August 22, 1924. (Note: headline stories include possible communication from the planet Mars.)
A8.1a-e Iapi Oaye (The Word Carrier), Santee, Nebraska. September 1871-May 1939 (incomplete). (Note: formerly part of Cage 69, Marion B. Dreamer Collection.)
A9.1 Illustrated Weekly Magazine (Los Angeles Times), Los Angeles, California. December 26, 1906.
A9.2 The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, California. April 30, 1911.
A9.3 The Miami Gazette, Waynesville, Ohio. March 19, 1936.
A9.4 Newport Daily News, Newport, Rhode Island. September 10, 1898.
A9.5 Newport Daily Observer, Newport, Rhode Island. April 10, 1889.
A9.6 Newport Mercury, Newport, Rhode Island. August 20, 1853; August 27, 1853; January 14, 1899.
A9.7 New York Daily Times, New York, New York. September 13, 1931. (Note: 80th anniversary issue.)
A13.3 The Omaha Daily Bee, Omaha, Nebraska. October 10-15, 1898. (Note: Peace, Jubilee souvenir issue.)
A9.8 The Orange Judd Farmer, Chicago, Illinois. December 6, 1890-February 21, 1891 (incomplete).
A9.9 Red Circle News, Augsburg, Germany. October 6-December 15, 1945 (incomplete). (Note: this newspaper was produced for United States Forces in Europe.)
A9.10 Republican Standard, New Bedford, Massachusetts. August 18, 1898.
A9.11 The San Diego Union, San Diego, California. November 19, 1913; July 23, 1916.
A9.12 San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California. April 22, 1934.
C3 San Francisco Examiner, San Francisco, California. June 24, 1906. (Note: issue describes San Francisco earthquake and fire.)
A9.13 Sinasapa Wocekiye Taeyanpaha, Fort Trotten, North Dakota. July 15, 1909; September 15, 1910; October 15, 1911; January-February 1925.
A9.14 Springfield Republican, Springfield, Massachusetts. August 30, 1895.
A9.15 Stars and Stripes, Germany. May 8, 1945; January 3, 1946. (Note: printed for U.S armed forces in Europe).
A9.16 The Weekly Examiner, San Francisco, California. November 6, 1908. (Note: includes coverage of the election of William H. Taft.)
A9.17 The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. January 21, 1936. (Note: includes the death of King George V, and mine shaft explosion in Colorado.)
A9.18 Yates County Chronicle, Penn Yan, New York. December 9, 1925. (Note: includes article on life of Marcus Whitman.)
  Series 5: International (1721-1850)
  Subseries 5.1: England (1721-1840)
  The Antigallican Monitor, and Anti-Corsican Chronicle , England. (Note: 1817 issues covers the death of Princess Charlotte Augusta and her infant; 1818 issues document the death of Queen Charlotte; 1812 issue documents the assassination of a British Prime Minister, Spencer Perceval.)
Stacks 5 May 17, July 5-19, August 23, 1812
Stacks 5 November 9, 1817-July 18, 1819
Stacks 5 The Clemsford Chronicle, Clemsford, England. August 15, 1783-December 31, 1784 (incomplete, bound).
Stacks 6 The Country Journal: Or, The Craftsman, London, England. June 10, 1727-May 5, 1739 (incomplete, bound).
Stacks 6 The Courier, London, England. July 1-December 30, 1820 (incomplete, bound).
Stacks 6 The Daily Post, London, England. December 31, 1723.
B2.1 The Diary; or, Woodfall’s Register, London, England. March 3, 1790; March 4, 1790.
Stacks 6 The English Chronicle Or, Universal Evening Post, London, England. January 1-22, 1789.
B2.2 The Examiner, London, England. July 23, 1815. (Note: issue features the surrender of Napoleon Bonaparte.)
B2.3 The Globe, London, England. November 28, 1808; May 9, 1809; September 16, 1812.
Stacks 4 The Grub-Street Journal, London, England. August 6, 1730-October 25, 1733 (incomplete).
B2.4 Illustrated London News, London, England. August 2, 1856; May 15, 1915; May 29, 1915. (Note: 1856 issues include two color prints; 1915 issues document the sinking of the Lusitania and World War I battles.)
B2.5 John Bull, London, England. January 13, 1839; January 20, 1839.
  Lincoln, Rutland and Stamford Mercury, Lincolnshire, England.
A14.3 January 24, 1794-December 28, 1798 (incomplete, bound).
A14.4 1799-1801 (incomplete, bound).
B2.6 Liverpool Mercury, or Commercial, Literary, and Political Herald, Liverpool, England. October 1, 1819.
  The London Chronicle, London, England.
Stacks 1 December 31, 1757-July 1, 1758 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 1 July 1-November 28, 1758 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 1 January 19-December 25, 1760 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 1 December 30-June 30, 1761 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 1 June 30-September 26, 1761 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 April 14, 1770-April 14, 1817 (incomplete)
  The London Evening-Post, London, England.
Stacks 4 July 29-December 27, 1755 (incomplete)
Stacks 6 August 5, 1756-October 29, 1757 (incomplete, bound)
B2.15 The London Gazette, London, England. October 1715; September 1863
Stacks 6 The London Journal, London, England. May 13, 1721-August 8, 1724; November 6, 1731 (incomplete).
B2.8 Lloyd’s Evening Post, London, England. November 23, 1761-November 1, 1780, (incomplete).
B2.9 The Manchester Guardian, Manchester, England. July 4, 1934.
B2.10 Supplement to the Manchester Guardian, Manchester, England. November 22, 1876.
Stacks 3 Middlesex Journal; Or Chronicle of Liberty, London, England. April 4-December 30, 1769 (incomplete, bound).
B2.11 Mist’s Weekly Journal or Fog’s Weekly Journal, London, England. February 10, 1728.
Stacks 6 The Morning Chronicle, London, England. December 17, 1792-August 25, 1820 (incomplete, partially bound).
B2.12 The Morning Herald, London, England. April 1, 1790-September 26, 1798 (incomplete).
B2.13 Pasquin, London, England. July 5, 1723.
Stacks 6 The Penny London Post; or, The Morning Advertiser, London, England. January 23 and 25, 1750 (single issue).
  The Salisbury and Winchester Journal, Salisbury, England. (Note: January 1825 issues include coverage of the death of Frederick, Duke of York.)
Stacks 5 May 8, 1775-October 11, 1779 (incomplete)
Stacks 5 April 3-December 25, 1780 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 February 26, 1781-May 16, 1796 (incomplete)
Stacks 5 January 30-December 25, 1809 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 6 January 1, 1810-December 30, 1811 (incomplete, partially bound)
Stacks 5 January 6-December 28, 1812 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 6 January 6, 1817-December 28, 1818 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 6 January 4, 1819-December 25, 1820 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 6 January 1, 1821-December 30, 1822 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 6 January 7, 1822-December 27, 1824 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 6 January 3, 1825-December 31, 1827 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 August 19-December 30, 1833 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 The St. James’s Evening Post, London, England. August 1-December 22, 1747 (incomplete).
  The St. James Chronicle; or British Evening-Post, London, England.
Stacks 5 July 16-September 15, 1763 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 April 3-December 29, 1764 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 January 1-December 31, 1765 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 March 4 and 6, 1765
Stacks 5 January 8-December 22, 1767 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 July 12, 1770; December 29, 1770
Stacks 5 January 4-December 26, 1772 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 June 29-December 30, 1775 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 December 30, 1777-December 31, 1778 (incomplete, bound)
B2.14 The Star, London, England. October 5, 1792-February 2, 1793 (incomplete).
  The Sun, London, England.
Stacks 5 November 8, 1793 (bound) (Note: includes coverage of death of Queen Charlotte.)
Stacks 5 January 1-May 10, 1794 (incomplete, bound). (Note: front pastedown contains a subscription list for the monument to Lord Nelson.)
Stacks 5 January 1-December 31, 1795 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 January 23, 1796; September 23, 1796; October 19, 1796
Stacks 5 January 31-December 30, 1797 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 September 21, 1798
Stacks 5 January 2-June 27, 1799 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 July 2-December 30, 1799 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 5 October 29, 1800; November 30, 1805; January 2, 1806; June 25, 1831
Stacks 6 The True Briton. London, England. September 27, 1723.
Stacks 6 The Weekly Journal or Saturday’s Post, London, England. February 25, 1721-January 16, 1725 (incomplete).
B2.16 The World, London, England. May 29, 1789.
  Subseries 5.2: Other International (1763-1939)
C4 The Advertiser, Adelaide, South Australia. September 1, 1936. (Note: special centenary issue.)
A1.1 El Alca’zar (The Citadel), Madrid, Spain. July 20-August 26, 1939 (incomplete).
A1.2 Arriba, Madrid, Spain. July 18, 1939.
A1.3 The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times, Broadford, Victoria, Australia. April 26, 1901.
A1.4 Der Bazar, Illustrirte Damen-Zeitung, Berlin, Germany. December 15, 1871-December 14, 1891 (incomplete). (Note: fashion magazine with many illustrations, including patterns.)
A1.5 The Calgary Daily Herald, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. February 21, 1914. (Note: issue includes photographs of the town of Redcliff.)
A1.6 The China Mail, Hong Kong, China. May 30, 1879.
A1.7 El Correo Espanol: El Pueblo Vasco (The Spanish Mail: the Basque People), Bilboa, Spain. July 13, 1939.
A1.8 Diario de Lisboa (Newspaper of Lisboa), Lisboa, Portugal. September 12-14, 1939.
A1.9 Diario de Manha (Newspaper of Manha), Lisbon, Portugal. September 12, 1939.
A1.10 Diario de Noticias, Lisboa, Portugal. September 13-15, 1939.
A1.11 La Gaceta del Norte (The Gazette of the North), Bilboa, Spain. July 13, 1939.
C4 The Gundagai Times, New South Wales, Australia. December 26, 1900.
C4 The Herald, Melbourne, Australia. October 15, 1934. (Note: special centenary issue.)
A2.1 The Hindu, Madras, India. April 11, 1901.
A2.2 Hoja Oficial del Lunes (Official Sheet of Monday), Madrid, Spain. July 17, 24, 31, 1939.
A2.3 Hoja Oficial de la Provinca de Barcelona (Official Sheet of the Province of Barcelona), Barcelona, Spain. September 4, 1939.
A2.4 Ideal, Granada, Spain. August 18, 1939.
A2.5 Informaciones, Madrid, Spain. July 17, 1939; August 22, 1939.
A2.6 The Japan Herald Mail Summary, Yokohama, Japan. March 21, 1883.
A2.7 Lavante. Valencia del Cid, Spain. August 17, 1939.
A2.8 Madrid Diario de la Noche (Madrid Diary of the Night), Madrid, Spain. August 21, 1939.
  Le Moniteur Universel. Paris, France.
Stacks 7 January 1-December 31, 1831 (incomplete, bound)
Stacks 7 January 1-June 30, 1815 (incomplete, bound)
A2.9 El Noticiero Universal: Diario de la Noche (The Universal Newscaster: Newspaper of the Night), Barcelona, Spain. August 28-September 5, 1939 (incomplete).
A2.10 The North Queensland Herald, Townsville, Australia. March 18, 1901.
A2.11 El Pensamiento Navarro, Pamplona, Spain. July 15, 1939.
C4 Pinang Gazette and Straits Chronicle, Penang, Malaya. January 17, 1901.
A2.12 Polonia, Espana, Tanger, Spanish Morocco. July 8, 1939.
A2.13 The Public Register: Or, Freeman’s Journal, Dublin, Ireland. September 7, 1763-June 4, 1768 (incomplete).
  The San Juan News, San Juan, Porto Rico (Puerto Rico).
B1.4 April 2, 1901-June 30, 1902 (incomplete, bound)
B1.3 October 1-December 31, 1901 (incomplete, bound)
B1.5 April 1-June 29, 1902 (incomplete, bound)
B1.6 July 4-September 30, 1903 (incomplete, partially bound)
B1 July 1-September 26, 1903 (incomplete, bound)
B1.1 September 1903
A1.12 Scottish Daily Express, Glasgow, Scotland. June 1-6, 1953. (Note: souvenir bound set of six issues from the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II).
C4 Sin wa pao (Daily News), Shanghai, China. May 19, 1901.
A2.14 Solidaridad Nacional: Diario de la Revolucion Nacional Sindicalista (National Solidarity: Newspaper of the National Union Revolution), Barcelona, Spain. September 2, 1939.
C4 The Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney, Australia. March 19, 1923.
A2.15 Unidad, San Sebastian, Spain. July 11, 1939.
A2.16 La Vanguardia, Barcelona, Spain. August 29, 1939; September 1-5, 1939.
A2.17 La Voz de Espana: Por Dios, por Espana y por Franco (The Voice of Spain: For God, for Spain and for Franco). San Sebastian, Spain. July 9-15, 1939 (incomplete).
A2.18 The Waipawa Mail, Waipawa, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. April 16, 1901.
A2.19 Ya (Already), Madrid, Spain. July 21, 1939; August 25, 1939.
A2.19 Zeitbilder: Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, Berlin, Germany. October 29, 1939.
  Series 6: Obsolete Card Catalog and Processing File
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