Newspapers

This collection contains national and regional newspapers and magazines. The focus here is on publications specifically focused on news; for more specialized periodicals, including literary weeklies and story papers, see the Periodicals section of the Dime Novel and Popular Literature collection. 

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This collection contains national and regional newspapers and magazines. The focus here is on publications specifically focused on news; for more specialized periodicals, including literary weeklies and story papers, see the Periodicals section of the Dime Novel and Popular Literature collection. 

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    Published in Berlin, Villanova owns issues from 1918. 
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    This German language weekly news magazine was published for German-speaking Americans to keep them abreast of world news starting in the Great World War and continuing into the post-war period. Issues contain photos, maps, musical lyrics and scores.
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    This German language newspaper started publication in 1915 upon the conquest of Warsaw by the Imperial German Army in World War One and ceased publication in 1918 at the end of the war.     Villanova owns: 2 Jahr, Nr. 3 (4 Jan. 1916) through 2 Jahr., Nr. 299 (28 Oct. 1916); Digitization status: ongoing.
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    A monthly review, devoted to national literature, arts, antiquities, ecclesiastical history, biography of illustrious Irishmen, and military memoirs.
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    World War One era, weekly periodical advocating "Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary".
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    Vol. I, No. 3 to Vol. II, No. 3 (1915-1916) ; Vol. III, No. 2 to Vol IV, No. 8 (1917-1919) ; Vol. IV, No. 10 to Vol. V No. 3 (1919-1920).
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    Subtitle varies: Apr. 1908-Jan. 1911, (not for mummies) a journal of affirmation; Feb 1911-Oct. 1913, exponent of the American philosophy; Nov. 1913-Apr. 1915, a journal of affirmation; May 1915-July 1915, devoted to the business of living.
    Editors: Apr. 1908-May 1915, Elbert Hubbard; Aug. 1915-Aug 1917, Felix Shay.
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    This 1922 weekly newspaper published was published in Dublin.  Digitization: complete for all held issues.
     
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    This collects all of the extant issues of The Gael owned by the American Catholic Historical Society. Some early issues lack some pages. In Irish and English. These materials are owned by the American Catholic Historical Society and maintained at the Catholic Historical Research Center of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia (CHRC) 6740 Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia , PA 19149.  For more information please see: http://www.chrc-phila.org/
    Digitization status: Ongoing.
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    This newspaper - published in New York -
    documents the struggles of Irish Americans - some issues are incomplete.
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    v. 11-14 of this Irish language periodical, published in Dublin by the Gaelic Union and later the Gaelic League. 
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