Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
8 Mar 1936

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
8 Mar 1936

Read an issue on 8 Mar 1936 in Racine, Wisconsin and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin.

Browse Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 8 Mar 1936 Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Get started for free with a 7 day trial.

Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 08, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have i to say. I f is will be paid for Quot i j an comment used it i n the to column j sunday journal times bulletin vol. 5�?"no. 47. Racine wis., sunday March 8, 1936. Circulation Over 21,000 Rural resident thanks Road Crews Dar editor Quot county does Fine work Quot i should like to take this Opportunity to Tell the Road workers of Racine county How we appreciate their Fine work of opening up the loads for us. We were not shut up for Over three Days which is remarkable for we live Way out in he wilderness. Wishing Racine count \ the Best of Luck. Thanks editor. F. Route i. Sturtevant gives an instance of gossip s venom dear editor i have a pet Peeve which pertains j to gossips. I would like to see this 1 in the readers column. Someone said that a hell has reserved its worst punishment for gossips for that is where gossips just the other Day a Racine Man told about a woman who received a message late at night that her daughter in a Distant City had a Een injured and for her to come at once. A Good neighbor offered to drive her to her daughter to Side and As the woman was getting into his car another woman of the Long tongued Breed saw her and Early the next morning started a Story i Fiat cast suspicion on two innocent people. And. Just As gossip goes Here and everywhere else Many believed the Story took it up and added More to it and passed it on possibly it will be More tolerable for those who kill the body in the Day of judgment than for those who Are first degree killers of reputations. Thanking you for the bulletin. F. J., Owen ave saved from Auto. Thanks rescuer dear editor i wish to thank the Man who saved my Friend and me from possibly serious injury or death last saturday on the Corner of fourth and main streets when a speeding Motorist came around the Corner and would have hit us if this Man had not run in front of us and pushed us Back thus placing himself almost in the pathway of the car and narrowly escaping death or injury himself. I Hope this will appear in the next sunday s bulletin and be read by this Man to whom i am so greatly indebted. G. S., state St a death to of Jesse James a hoax says Cowboy bares Story of ruse hard Winter this year has no monopoly queer mishaps occur As fates go on spree Freak records reveal former outlaw became Arizona rancher he relates. Old painting shows boat Iii ice pack 64 years ago. By see m. See while we of today feel that we Jesse Williams. A copyright. 1936, by ins Portland ?" ins a a new chapter in the swashbuckling life of Jesse James Dean of Western madmen revealed by one of Jesse to old acquaintances blasted the accepted Story of his assassination at St. Joe mo., Many years ago. In place of the melodramatic Quot Finis a a More peaceful Story was substituted in which Jesse and his wife Quot lived happily Ever after on a ranch in Arizona As or. And mrs. Have passed through an exceptional Winter one that tops All others for excessive cold and abundant Snow and ice history shows there have been other Winters much photo on Page 2. The Story came from the lips of Samuel James Lee 72, a son of j John d. Lee of Quot Mountain Meadow massacre Fame and a descendant of Robert e. Lee Confederate general. Lee has a background As colourful As the Western Pioneer country of Southern Utah and Arizona where he spent his Early life. The territory was known to the James boys Billy the kid Apache indians and other Frontier characters. Place bears his name. Lee moved with his family to the Banks of the Colorado when the mormon Church commissioned his father to build and operate a ferry Over the treacherous Stream. The Point is still known As Lee to ferry. From Lee to ferry the family moved into Central Arizona near publicity men Wirt. Nature. Ere Are tips to assist you be considerate be on time prepare copy Well. Like this. The Lake was Frozen Over this Winter it is a claimed at Racine and Between Milwaukee and Muskegon. Hanging on the Wall in the music studio of miss Rose e. Malsch 1306 North Wisconsin Street is an Oil painting which is reproduced on an inside Page. It is a painting of a Steamer the messenger locked in the ice. On the Back of the painting Are two newspaper clippings giving details proving that the Winter of 1872-73 was another one like that which Racine is having this year. Horse head crossing on the Little ice locked 54 Days. Colorado River where Lee then a the Pere Marquette car ferries husky youngster began punching were locked in the ice off the cows and driving a stage for the j Michigan Shore for several Days Overland stage company from this Winter and the Story of the Prescott to horse head crossing a experience of the Crew of the distance of 108 Miles. A a a a a a a m at a a 4 in a a a a 4. It at Al it it a in w a a j 4�<�?� a 4pe-Veft irn Jan a j1 40 in to 4t a. .-4? w 1% of left of so Sis is is is sell of in z a a a urn a Sirn in journal times photo boots a St. Bernard gave birth to 15 puppies some sort of a record according to veterinarians. All the dogs Are in perfect health. Eight of the pups Are shown Here the others have been Given away. They Are owned by mrs. H. Horner of route 3. 90 awaiting final examinations for admission to u. Citizenship it i it cagers to vie for City title children taboo please say so dear editor i am one of the Many renters who is looking Forward to moving to a new location better suited to our individual needs. After walking from one Side of the City to another if one finds a suitable Flat then there arises that everlasting question Quot have you any children a of course children what else do they expect now landlords if you object to children please include the word Quot adults when advertising your place. It costs hut three cents More saves you time and Hest of All saves us Many useless trips. Thanks. It f. N Grange ave messenger is connected with that same area. The messenger belonged to the Engleman line and plied Between Chicago and Muskegon Mich. It was in command of capt. Dave Cochrane and for 14 Days the Craft was locked in the Middle approximately 90 petitioners Are awaiting final examinations in Racine for citizenship papers according to a list prepared by Arthur Simonson clerk of court. Although men predominate in the list they do not exceed the num foes of Oyster killed of Gas it was in this area Lee said he. First met Jesse James and his municipal tourney will Ber of women by a very Large starfish Scourge brings faulty grate. I margin. I fifty three men and 38 women March 16 Are Awat no their final quiz in by Hubert Johnson Freak occurrences Are reported in every Day to news As whimsical Fate uses bizarre Means to affect a person to life. A glance at records revealed these curious stories. A Wagon carrying three men i and pulled by two horses was struck by an Auto. When the dust j settled one of the horses was sit i ting in the Wagon one of the men was perched on the Back of the other horse another Man had been thrown through the Side of a House and a buckle from the harness had knocked a bystander Down a 30-foot embankment. A Speculator running to help tripped Over a Root and broke two ribs. Fire catches Auto. An automobile with a leaking fuel tank rolled Down the main Street of a Massachusetts Village. A few moments later a smoker flipped a cig Aret stub into the Street touching off the Trail of gasoline. The fire raced after the car ignited the fuel tank and destroyed the machine. A visitor parked his car in a vacant lot in Chicago. The deserted spot proved to be part of a junk Yard. The visitor returned to find four men taking his car apart. They thought the machine had been towed in for dismantling. A Fountain pen exploded and injured a Man when he placed his pipe beside the pen. Two Hundred Pound William Philipe new York Baker turned out the fire under one of his ovens Friday night. Monday morning the Baker crawled into the oven when he thought it sufficiently cooled for him to enter to repair a brother Frank. A a i was just a kid though big for nay age when i met Jesse a Lee related. A Oas near As i can remember it was in �?t76. He and his brother Frank had been running cattle of a Large area of Drift ice. For off and on before i moved into the the first four Days the provisions territory. It was All Public Range in the ship to Larder held out but in those Days. Be held week of april. A few of these Are hold overs from a recent preliminary the 9th annual municipal Cham when their petitions were deferred million Dollar loss annually. Would organize jokers club Here dear editor i have an idea which i think could he worked up to something Worth while. I have had it on my mind for some time. The plan Calls for the formation of a City wide network of jokers a Lubs. The number of clubs would depend of course on the response accorded the proposition in the Var j ious sections of the City. A club a would be formed in each Section where there were adherents to the i plan. All that would be required of the members would he to Jot Down every Good wholesome joke he or she hears reads or invents and air it at the regular meetings. The club could also make a study of the in the Crew was forced to resort to flour and Rice the following to Days. Pancakes and boiled Rice comprised the fare during those two weeks. Coffee Supply had run out and water was substituted. At the end of the 14-Day period the Drift ice touched the East Shore and the Crew made its Way Over the Floe to Muskegon. For 54 Days the messenger Lay Imp is not particularly Tough. A Othey seemed like All other cow punchers. They weren to particularly rough or Tough absolutely 1 Good hearted and Well respected in their class of people. No question was asked As Long As a Man tend j cd to business and put his Brand new Haven Conn. A a a tournament because of witnesses not being loss of More than a million dollars present or for other reasons. ,., annually is being incurred by the listed by trades. ,. Oyster Industry in new England. Most of the women applicants., apartment expects a record number. From the starfish Scourge Accord r Are housewives but one is listed As a nurse another As a House i no Beach president of worker another As housewife and the Mansfield Oyster company Pion ship basketball will be staged during the week of March 16. The recreation de of teams to participate. The tournament will be run in four divisions. The major class will include All the better teams in the City 19 years of age and Over. The Junior class meet is 19 on the right critters. A owe worked together for about for boys under 19 years of age four years. The James boys would one in the ice. During Muon of leave the coi try and go East from j Der 17 years and the Cadet class that time the temperature d topped time to time in >80> they took a Sun Jer j5 re Bunch of cattle and started Back. It was while they were away on this trip As i remember Jesse was supposed to have been killed. A of went Back into the Northern part of Arizona about that time factory worker and a housewife and grocer. Among the men 16 Are listed As labourers six Are machinists three Are salesmen three Are tool and die makers four Are Assemi to 20 degrees below Zero. No camera aboard. There were few cameras at that time and in order to record the conditions experienced for history a member of the Crew the midget division for boys in Erst four Are Bakers two Are track workers and the remainder Are indicated As a poultry Farmer an electrician casting inspector farm hand Catholic priest sewer worker Farmer Gate tender watchman plow builder electric december i 1935, is considered the deadline in calculating a boy to age. A boy who reached the age of 1< before december i will play Wencier factory worker service thought of painting a picture of our trails did no to Cross again until the messenger in Oil. He was Wil around 1835 when i went to Cali Liam Ferguson who painted Occa forma. Signally As a pastime. He had his a of was doing regular ranch in the Junior class while boys who were 15 before december i must play As midgets. Awards for winners. Nine players on each Champion caught in oven. However the heat from the adjoining oven had kept the oven at a 350 degree temperature. Philipe became wedged tightly As he tried to Back out. Police were called. They demolished the oven with acetylene torches and Iron bars. Thirty minutes later the victim was rescued suffering from first degree Burns. Scott Kline manager of an electric company at Wilkes Barre pa., was replacing a safety fuse when a bushing cracked loosing a 13,000 turn to Page 2, col. I one of the largest growers in the Section. Or. Victor Loosanoff of the United states department of Commerce in conjunction with the Osborn biological Laboratory at Yale University has been making an extensive study of the situation. Exterminating methods which he says will be commercially help i revive the Union Label league attempt to revive Union Label group begins in Canada ?"<u.r an attempt Ful to the Oyster companies have been evolved. Oyster forced open. The plan employed by starfish in attacking infant oysters is a equipment with him and during work for a Man by the name of Jim receive awards. A. It Al a _. Ii. A. _ i n i it Itri 11 o n a i the time the group was marooned on the ship he painted the picture which is now in Possession of miss Malsch. He set his easel on the ice some Mitchell near Tipton calif., when i got acquainted with the family of Bill James. Jesse visits his Uncle. A Obill James a Lee inserted a was Jesse to Uncle and the one who a identified to the body of the Man supposed to have been Jesse i the major class will an entry fee Fri it ing Factor in tile formation distance from the ship to do his of All jokes e. A their origins the painting. During the warmer be i Erent t5pes a to a rods he worked steadily and it is soon develop that enviable Knack of being Able to Quot come Back Quot after 531 1 quote "a<1 completed the painting Learned afterwards Heinie made the butt of a Wise crack before the trek across the ice too was sort of Sweet on one of which i surely to he desired by Shore was begun. The James girls though i never most persons. Possibly a joint meet How the painting came into got her and visited the ranch Possession of Harrison Fellows for considerable. Many years connected with the j a Oit was in the fall of ,g6 when Coal business in Racine is not Tom a Youngst Bill James and my known. It was found in or. Fel self left Tipton to go Duck Hunting lows to office by the late Frederick in Tulare Lake about five Miles to Malsch North Side Butcher who i worked in his father to meat shop i and delivered meat to Craft in the Harbor. He cleaned the Canvas j and had it framed and it now is one of the treasured possessions of his daughter. Iii could to held at intervals. This plan if carried out certainly would enhance the civic spirit Friendly relationship and the Public welfare As a whole. Thanks a million for the bulletin. P. Mother bids me offer thanks for the Cook Book which sure was swell. H. We a Edgewood ave wants ticket Sale on cooking school dear editor i believe it would be a splendid idea if there would be an Advance Sale of cooking school tickets at the journal times office the orders to be filled by personal Call Telephone or letter. This was suggested recently by the journal times. When the Charm school was held last week the Hall was very overcrowded and Many women were turned away at the door. Even with the larg e seating capacity at memorial Hall it has been found that at previous cooking schools women have been willing to stand in line hours before the doors were opened and any late Comers were unable to get in. How much easier and simpler it would be to Purchase the tickets earlier and be assured of a seat without waiting and without the pushing and crowding of other years. I know to Many women feel that the Long w waiting is too tiresome to endure. The journal times is to be commended for solving the problem by offering to have an Advance Sale of cooking school tickets. K. E. T., route 3. Turn to Page 3, column 4 could no to support wife a Youit Job a says court Camden n. �?" ins a Frank Alloway 38, of it. Holly could no to support his wife so police judge i Lewis Liberman ordered him to quit his Job. The order was the result of a plea of mrs. Alloway w to told the the West. A when we came Back there was a commotion in the House. Jesse James had come to visit his Uncle Bill to family. A Othey knew i was from Arizona and they knew that i knew Jesse and that he was supposed to be dead. Tells strange Story. A oat first they did no to want me to come in the House. A Jesse asked a tem a Why a othe old Man Bill said a Well he is from Arizona and he knows you. He to Jim ?t a Jesse said a Well if it to Jim Lee let him in. In to not scared of Jim telling tile Law. He knows the the station operator die setter stockroom clerk designer and builder Sheet Metal worker punch press simple one. The animal merely at operator Metal pattern maker. Taches itself to the victims to Shell procedure involved in becom and pulls with its tubed feet. This ing naturalized was explained by forces the Oyster open. Then the or. Simonson who pointed out victim is sprayed with digestive of $2.00 per team and will receive that a person who had come to juices and is killed. Even when Gold medals for each member of the United states from some other i the Strong Abductor muscle can the winning team. The other country must have resided Here withstand the pressure of the Star three classes Junior midget and six months before application can fish to tubed feet the shellfish must Cadet will an entry fee of he made for first papers. After obtain oxygen once every 24 hours 25c per team and each member of a five year residence Here the a the Champion team will receive pliant can file for final papers silk ribbons emblematic of the the Petitioner for final papers City championship in their i must have two witnesses who vision. Vouch for the Petitioner to Resi entries will open tomorrow and Dence in this country for the last will close at 5 Oclock on Friday five years. Persons who have March 13. All entries must be carried to the recreation department third floor City Hall. The major class entries must retain the first papers before they can apply j the exhaust of a boat engine. This same lineup of players whose for final papers or. Simonson sex Gas is sprayed Over the Oyster bed san Jose Costa ?" ins a it is at this time that the clinging starfish kills the Oyster. Jean Piatt of the Osborn Laboratory at Yale has discovered a throughout Canada has recently been launched Here. The american federation of labor voiced Strong approval of the Union Label at the annual convention last fall and through a movement then started and which has now gained considerable momentum in Canada it is hoped to have All manufacturers place a Union stamp on their products. The Montreal trades and labor Council has inserted a clause in its legislative program pledging themselves to have the Union Label a placed on All government and municipal supplies when ?� meanwhile Heads of unions Many organizations in Racine have publicity chairmen who Deal with the Racine journal times frequently in the course of their work. In order to give these chairmen a daily newspaper to View of publicity work these instructions Are published. As chairman of the publicity committee you Are the connecting link Between your organization and the rest of the world a or at least that part of the world within the boundaries of this Community. You Are primarily a source of information a the Man or woman who answers the questions a who what when where Why a when applied to the activities of your organization. The first requirement. You Are expected to know the answers. This is the first requirement for the successful handling of your Job As publicity chairman. You Are not expected nor does anyone want you to be a a concocted of stunts a creator of weird and wonderful tales designed to project the name of your organization into the headlines regardless of the Cost to your organization to reputation in the Community. Therefore let to forget about Ballyhoo. As publicity chairman you Are not a press agent. It is assumed that your organization engages in activities of Public interest. You Are therefore a source of information about your organization to activities and your Job is to see that such information is printed in the newspaper which serves your Community. Three fundamentals. give an editor a fair Chance to co operate with you there Are a few things you must do. These things Are neither numerous nor difficult. They boil Down to three essentials first be considerate of your newspaper. Second be on time with your Story. Third have your Story Well prepared. Newspapers Deal in facts. When you Are preparing your Story do this set Down one after another the facts you want to appear. Then arrange them so that they appear in your Story in the order of their importance the most important first. Done to try to a of puffy your Story beyond its natural size. Five Short sentences that say something Are better than a column of tiresome word age that no one will read even if by some Miracle it gets into print. A of biggest a it to dynamite. A of greatest a of biggest a Obeste a these Are dangerous words. Handle them As you would dynamite a with care and respect. It will be All right for that matter to forget them altogether. The smaller activities of your organization to which such superlatives cannot be fairly applied Are of local interest and rate notice in the paper. Present them to your editor for exactly what they Are. Registration cards Are now on file j planned. In the recreation office. Second papers Cost $5. By Hose equipment and causes a when Costa Rica secret service deficiency of oxygen in the water men finally traced to its source Jurist her husband a tried to earn As Little As possible so he can to i a re Side oof twist or give me any Money. It 1 judge Liberman told Alloway to quit his Job a part time one paying $4 a week and find a better one Pronto. The husband has to report his Progress to the court. Beans wreck window Sabetha ?" local grocer put 500 pounds of Beans in his store window for display purposes. The next Day the Mercury dropped from 30 degrees above to to below Zero moisture formed on the window the Beans began to swell and broke the Glass. Expect Many teams. It is expected that most of the red White and Blue league teams will enter the meet. Some of the major Blue teams whose players Are under 19 years of age May decide to enter the Junior class. The synodical lutheran league is sex a fee of $2.50 is charged for first papers if the Petitioner came to this country before june 29, 1906. If after that Date the fee is $5. Second papers Cost $5 regardless of when the Petitioner came to America. Each petition must be a com deep penetration required. Starfish have been unable to exist under such conditions and it a flood of counterfeit Nickel coins that had appeared All Over the country they discovered that the May be that such chemical warfare Counley Citer was a convict in the will prove useful and practical a National prison. Petted to enter several teams in i pained by two photos of the Petite Junior or midget division. Toner. These Are sent to the boys who for the past several i naturalization office in Chicago months have been playing with the j and some time later the applicant a after i got in we had a Long talk with Jesse that lasted almost All night. A Ohe told a mighty strange Story of his activities since i had last seen him. A othe state of Missouri had pledged themselves to Frank Jesse to brother that they would take care of him if Frank would give himself up to the Law in Missouri. A Frank agreed but the trial never did take place. They never got the evidence to bring Frank to turn to Page 3, cot i Junior and senior divisions of the holy name league Are urged to enter the City championship event. Church and school teams Are also invited to participate. The meet is expected to continue for about to Days. Teams Are urged to file their entries the Early part of this week. All teams in the City Are eligible. Wound pains yet Dallas ?" ?"george c. Mccutcheon of Kerrville tex., is recovering from an operation to remove a dog to tooth from his hip. Mccutcheon had carried the tooth since 1908, when he was bitten by a hound while Hunting near Forest City Ark. The wound did not Start hurting for 27 years. Parasite existing within the male Here Are planning to launch an starfish which May be important elaborate Campaign embracing the in combating the menace. Or. Whole country. Been residents of the United states Loosanoff has worked out a prac for a Long time need wait Only tical method involving the use of counterfeit Money two years after filing for their Carbon monoxide Gas Given off by \ to then when you have something really b>8 to talk about you won to be All out of breath and adjectives. If at All possible have your Story typewritten. Triple space the lines so that the editor going Over your Story will have room Between the lines to write in any changes he decides Are necessary. It to a Small item but it helps. Space Between lines. If you have to write in Long hand leave plenty of space Between the lines and write plainly. Print out names of persons. Write on Only one Side of the paper a always. Paragraph frequently. Number each Sheet i 2, 3, etc., and in the upper left hand Corner of each Sheet write a few words that will Label the Story. A final word drop in to see the editor. Tell him what you want to do. Ask him what you want to know. He will Start you off on the right track. Be considerate be on time prepare and present your facts As Well As you can. Your Story will be in the paper a if it to Worth printing. Receives notice of Date for his preliminary hearing. Between the preliminary examination and the final 90 Days must elapse before the final can be heard. This is always in the presence of the examiner and judge e. B. Belden who either admits the applicant to citizenship or denies the petition. Weather Outlook Washington March 7.�?" a weather Outlook for the period of March 9 to 14 for the Region of the great lakes generally fair monday Snow or rain tuesday and again about thursday frequent changes in temperature but mostly near or above Normal. Cording to the Yale authority. The one obstacle seems to be that of a suitable forcing medium to pump the Gas Down to the Ocean floor directly from the engine to exhaust. At present a Osea mops Are employed to rid the oysters of their enemies. A triangular Rod is lowered from the Oyster boat sus in the cell of Jose Solano they found a store of Metal and a Complete apparatus for the manufacture of coins. The inmate of the cell readily admitted making counterfeit coins but denied any intent to defraud. A Oit is just a Hobby a he said a Oto pass the time More quickly. Life in prison is so ?� Pended from which Are numerous m?-ht1le,?? dog to Good manners extending from the body of the 19 starfish become enmeshed in the mops and the fish Are brought to the surface. They Are thrown into a boiling vat later to be used As fertilizer by Farmers. Divorces gain ?" a Britain is experiencing a divorce Boom. The latest return by the registrar general to office showed that 3,934 divorces had been granted in the past year and divorce judges Are now dealing with another 1,300 applications. All British records Are being broken. Bring tasty dinners Pawtucket r. ?" a Buster a 14-year-old Mongrel dog owned by Thomas Birchall has won the hearts of everyone with whom it has come in Contact because it has such Good manners. Each Day Buster makes the rounds of three meat markets and patiently Waits for a scrap of meat. On Friday Buster refuses meat and eats Only fish his master reports. After finishing a meal the dog part hound part Bull usually offers its to a shake hands and show appreciation. Petter fined Redwood City Calif it Cost George apathy 26, $2.50 to put his Arm around a girls to Waist. The Fine was imposed for trying to drive his car with Only the other Arm

Search All Newspapers in Racine, Wisconsin

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection

NewspaperArchive FAQs

Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!