Newspapers

This collection contains national and regional newspapers. 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. 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 issues of the semi-monthly newspaper I.C.B.U. Journal (title changed to Griffin's Journal starting January 15, 1892). 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/
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    This Boston published magazine was "devoted to the language, literature, history, music and pastimes of the Gael."   A significant portion of the content is in the Irish language; book reviews and correspondence are included in each issue.
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    The Irish felon was a short-lived weekly Irish periodical that called itself the successor to the newspaper the United Irishman. It was published from: Vol. 1 No. 1 (June 24, 1848) - Vol. 1. No. 5 (July 22, 1848).


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    Irish freedom = Saoirseaċt na h-Éireann.  This newspaper with text chiefly in English, with some in Irish, was published in Dublin by the Committee of the Wolfe Tone Clubs from 1910-1937 and included news of Killarney (Kerry).  Available issues from the Joseph McGarrity Collection are provided here.   Digitization status: Complete.
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    Here is the Irish Magazine and Monthly Asylum for Neglected Biography. (Vol. 1, Nov. 1st 1807- ). Varient titles: Irish Catholic magazine and monthly asylum for neglected biography. Irish magazine, or, monthly asylum for neglected biography.
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    This Boston published weekly newspaper covered Irish history and literature from 1858 to 1859.    Digitizaiton status: ongoing.
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    This Dublin newspaper was published from 1863-1865 by John Haltigan.  Founded by James Stephens as the official organ of the Irish Republican Brotherhood. It was edited by John O'Leary and the chief contributors were Charles J. Kickham and Thomas Clarke Luby. It was suppressed in September 1865.
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    The Irish Press was a weekly newspaper dedicated to Irish nationalism and to topics of interest to Irish-Americans. It was founded by Joseph McGarrity and published in Philadelphia from March 23, 1918 to May 6, 1922.

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    This newspaper was published from September 1939 to August 1941 in the Bronx, New York City.  Edited by Eoin McKiernan.  Digitization status: Complete.
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    This Irish newspaper was published in Chicago and later New York and chronicles Irish culture and literature in post-Civil War America.
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    A short-lived weekly Irish periodical. It was published from: Vol. 1 No. 1 (June 10, 1848) - Vol. 1. No. 5 (July 8, 1848).
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    This newspaper covered the Catholic community in Kalamazoo, Michigan. 
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    Published in connection with a group of German sailors interned at the Norfolk Navy Yard in Portsmouth, Va., from the German ships Kronprinz Wilhelm and Prinz Eitel Friedrich, in spring 1915. Around December 1916 the ships and crews were transferred to Philadelphia. Contains news, humor, anecdotes, announcements, advertisements, letters to the editor, literary contributions. Proceeds benefited the Fond für erblindete Krieger in Deutschland; some issues contain donor lists.

    The German Society of Pennsylvania's Horner Library has No. 107, 122-128 (2 Sept. 1916; 16 Dec. 1916 - 27 Jan. 1917).
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    Issues of the late 19th-/early 20th-century French periodical Le Théatre.
    Digitization status: ongoing.

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    Continuing the long tradition of Irish wit and wisdom, The Lepracaun: Cartoon Monthly was begun in 1905 by Thomas Fitzpatrick. The Dublin Corporation and later the Parliamentary Party were targeted for humorous satire. It contained cartoons by Fitzpatrick and later his daughter Mary. Digitized content includes most issues from the first four volumes. Digitization status: complete.
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