Historical Newspapers


“On the Advantage and Amusement derived from the reading of News-Papers” (1783)

From 230 years ago, as reprinted in the New-York Gazetteer or Northern Intelligencer on the first of September 1783:

“On the Advantage and Amusement derived from the reading of News-Papers” (1783)

A Crazy Verdict (as seen in the Washington Evening Star)

Look for this new Readex advertisement in the fall 2013 issue of Documents to the People, the official publication of the Government Documents Round Table (GODORT) of the American Library Association (ALA).

A Crazy Verdict (as seen in the Washington Evening Star)

Keeping Up with the Kardashians in American Newspaper Archives: Their Earliest Years

Among the individually available titles in American Newspaper Archives is the California Courier—an English-language Armenian weekly newspaper published in California since 1958. In addition to offering insight into decades of the Armenian American experience on the West Coast, its newly digitized pages include several items about the young Kardashian family—including Kourtney, Kim and Khloé—printed long before reality TV brought them widespread attention.

Keeping Up with the Kardashians in American Newspaper Archives: Their Earliest Years

"She Wields a Mighty Dashing Pen": Journalist Jane Cunningham Croly

Jane Cunningham Croly (Source: The Bohemian Brigade Website)

"She Wields a Mighty Dashing Pen": Journalist Jane Cunningham Croly

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