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Newspapers

Missouri newspapers

Bland Courier

Bland Courier

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The Bland Courier started its long history on May 6, 1904 with W. F. Phelps as its editor and proprietor. The paper is still currently being published. This collection covers issues published from 1914-1924.

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Bolivar Free Press

Bolivar Free Press

Contributed by: State Historical Society of Missouri

The Bolivar Free Press was a weekly newspaper published at Bolivar, Mo. It was first published on June 04, 1868. This collection includes issues from 1868-1875.

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Boonville Weekly Observer

Boonville Weekly Observer

Contributed by: State Historical Society of Missouri

The Boonville Weekly Observer was a weekly newspaper published at Booville, MO. The paper ceased publication in 1861, ending its run due to the Civil War. This collection includes issues from 1854-1856.

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Border Star Newspaper [also Weekly Border Star]

Border Star Newspaper [also Weekly Border Star]

Contributed by: Kansas City Public Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

This collection includes issues of the Border Star newspaper published weekly in Westport, Missouri from the years 1858 to 1860, covering various concerns of Westport, especially slavery.

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Brookfield Gazette

Brookfield Gazette

Contributed by: State Historical Society of Missouri

The Brookfield Gazette was first published on April 23, 1867 and continued its run until January 20, 1927 when it merged with the Linn County Budget to form the Linn County Budget-Gazette. This collection includes issues from 1867-1874.

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Brunswick Weekly Brunswicker

Brunswick Weekly Brunswicker

Contributed by: State Historical Society of Missouri

The Weekly Brunswicker was published from 1853 to 1857. It was preceded by "The Brunswicker" and succeeded by "The Central City and Brunswicker". This collection includes issues from 1854-1857.

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Buffalo Reflex

Buffalo Reflex

Contributed by: State Historical Society of Missouri

The Buffalo Reflex began publication in August 1869. Although it changed hands and politics often over the years, the Reflex maintained its presence in Buffalo, Mo. This collection includes issues from 1869-1873.

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Butler Bates County Record

Butler Bates County Record

Contributed by: State Historical Society of Missouri

The Bates County Record, the first paper established post-Civil War in Bates county, Missouri, presented its inaugural issue in 1866. This collection covers issues from 1868-1878.

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Cape Girardeau Argus

Cape Girardeau Argus

Contributed by: Southeast Missouri State University

A weekly newspaper for Cape Girardeau, Missouri, published by W. H. Hamilton. The paper runs from June 18, 1863 through June 1, 1871, covering the Civil War era. The physical issues were bound into four volumes. Please note that there are two missing issues (May 26, 1864 and September 16, 1869) and that the issues from June 15, 1865 to July 27, 1865 have received conservation treatment.

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Columbia Missourian

Columbia Missourian

Contributed by: State Historical Society of Missouri; University of Missouri School of Journalism

This collection includes issues of the Columbia Missourian daily newspaper for the years 1908, 1909, 1929, 1966, and from January 2, 1966 through December 31,1985.

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Daily Evening Herald and Commercial Advertiser

Daily Evening Herald and Commercial Advertiser

Contributed by: St. Louis Mercantile Library, University of Missouri - St. Louis

The Daily Evening Herald was an early newspaper in St. Louis, Missouri. The materials in this collection cover June-October of 1835.

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Far West

Far West

Contributed by: William Jewell College

The Far West newspaper was published weekly in Liberty, Missouri from August 11, 1836 to October 6, 1836.

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Franklin County Observer

Franklin County Observer

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The Franklin County Observer began publishing in 1861 in Washington, Mo. and ended 1926 when it was succeeded by the Washington Missourian. This collection covers issues published from 1893-1926.

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Franklin County Tribune

Franklin County Tribune

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

Dr. William Moore started the Franklin County Progress, which later became the Franklin County Tribune, in Union, Missouri on May 15, 1865. This collection covers issues published from 1899-1916.

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Gasconade County Republican

Gasconade County Republican

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The Gasconade County Republican printed its first issue in 1905 in Owensville, Mo. This collection covers issues published from 1905-1922.

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Hannibal Clipper

Hannibal Clipper

Contributed by: Hannibal Free Public Library

The issues from this daily Hannibal, Missouri newspaper are from 1874-1875 and 1877.

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Hannibal Courier-Post

Hannibal Courier-Post

Contributed by: Hannibal Free Public Library

These images are from the October 1935 issues of this daily newspaper published in Hannibal, Missouri.

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Hermann Advertiser and Advertiser-Courier

Hermann Advertiser and Advertiser-Courier

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The Advertiser-Courier printed its first issue in 1873 under the name of The Hermann Advertiser. This collection covers issues published from 1875-1922.

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Index to Selected Missouri Newspapers

Index to Selected Missouri Newspapers

Contributed by: State Historical Society of Missouri

Index to selected Missouri newspapers, compiled by The State Historical Society of Missouri. With the exception of the Liberty Tribune, which is available on Missouri Digital Heritage, the newspapers are not available online. Index entries include newspaper title, subject, description, and notes.

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Kansas City Journal-Post's Diamond Jubilee Section

Kansas City Journal-Post's Diamond Jubilee Section

Contributed by: Miller Nichols Library, University of Missouri - Kansas City

Digital Version of the Kansas City Journal-Post Diamond Jubilee Section of December 29th, 1929.

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Liberty Banner (March 3, 1844)

Liberty Banner (March 3, 1844)

Contributed by: William Jewell College

March 3, 1844 issue of a Liberty, Missouri newspaper.

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Liberty Tribune

Liberty Tribune

Contributed by: William Jewell College

A newspaper from Clay County, Missouri covering the years 1846-1848, 1852-1867, 1869-1878, 1880, 1882, and 1883.

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Lincoln University Clarion, 1935-1975

Lincoln University Clarion, 1935-1975

Contributed by: Lincoln University; State Historical Society of Missouri

Published weekly during the fall and spring semesters, the Lincoln Clarion is the student newspaper of Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri. Begun in 1932, it continues to serve the campus community today.

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M.S.U. Independent

M.S.U. Independent

Contributed by: State Historical Society of Missouri; University of Missouri School of Journalism

The M. S. U. Independent was an early newspaper in Columbia, Missouri issued by students of the University of Missouri (March 1894-Dec. 1895, by a society known as the M. S. U. Barb). It was named M. S. U. independent from March 3, 1894 to May 27, 1904 and later named The Independent. This collection covers March 3, 1894-May 27, 1905 with some issues missing.

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Marthasville Record

Marthasville Record

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The first issue of the Marthasville Record was published in 1898 and the newspaper is still published today. This collection covers issues published from 1901-1922.

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MSU Student Newspaper - The Standard

MSU Student Newspaper - The Standard

Contributed by: Missouri State University

The Standard, Missouri State University's student newspaper, began publication in 1912 and continues today. See The Standard's website for the most recent newspapers and for most issues dating back to September 1998.

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New Haven Leader

New Haven Leader

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The New Haven Leader has a long history, the first issue was published in 1895 and it is still being published today. This collection covers issues published from 1903-1918.

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Pacific Transcript

Pacific Transcript

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The Pacific Transcript is a weekly newspaper published at Pacific, Mo. This collection covers issues published from 1895-1921. Like most newspapers during World War One, the Pacific Transcript supported the war effort.

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Phelps County New Era

Phelps County New Era

Contributed by: Missouri University of Science and Technology

Issues of the Phelps County New Era for 1875-1878.

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Rolla Express

Rolla Express

Contributed by: Missouri University of Science and Technology

The Rolla Express newspaper was published from1860 through 1875 in Rolla, Missouri. The bulk of the papers are from October 1860 through May 1863 and November 1872 through December 1873, with some missing issues. Issues are also available for July 17, 1865; June 17, 1867; June 27, 1868; and February 25, 1875.

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Rolla New Era

Rolla New Era

Contributed by: Missouri University of Science and Technology

Intermittent issues of the Rolla New Era from April 10, 1880 to March 13, 1897.

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St. Louis Christian Advocate

St. Louis Christian Advocate

Contributed by: Central Methodist University

The St. Louis Christian Advocate Newspaper was published weekly by a committee of ministers for the Methodist Episcopal Church South in St. Louis. This collection covers August 22, 1857 through October 22, 1879.

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St. Louis Daily Missouri Republican, 1854-1872

St. Louis Daily Missouri Republican, 1854-1872

Contributed by: Missouri History Museum, University of Missouri - St. Louis, St. Louis Public Library, State Historical Society of Missouri, Missouri State Library

The Daily Missouri Republican was one of the few daily Missouri newspapers publishing continuously through the Civil War. A leading urban newspaper, it covered developments in St. Louis as well as major state news items and national politics.

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St. Louis Palladium

St. Louis Palladium

Contributed by: Lincoln University

Issues from this African-American newspaper document St. Louis in 1904.

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Sullivan News

Sullivan News

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

On June 10, 1910 Thomas E. Dotter published the first issue of the Sullivan News. This collection covers issues published from 1910-1950.

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Sullivan Sentinel

Sullivan Sentinel

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

Thomas E. Dotter purchased the Sullivan Sentinel on January 1, 1899 from its founder, E. A. Pigg. In 1914 Sullivan Sentinel consolidated with Sullivan News. This collection covers issues published from 1901-1914.

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Union Republic Headlight

Union Republic Headlight

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The Union Republican Headlight commenced on March 4, 1904 and was published every Friday. The paper ran from 1904 to 1919 when it consolidated with the Franklin County Tribune and became the Republican Tribune. This collection covers issues published from 1904-1919.

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Union Republican Tribune

Union Republican Tribune

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The first issue of the Republican Tribune was published on March 7, 1919. The new paper was a consolidation of The Republican Headlight and The Franklin County Tribune. This collection covers issues published from 1919-1922.

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Unofficial MSU Student Newspapers

Unofficial MSU Student Newspapers

Contributed by: Missouri State University

Examples of unofficial "underground" newspapers published by Missouri State University students.

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Warrenton Banner

Warrenton Banner

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The Warrenton Banner was one of the first papers in the area and it is still published today. The paper started in 1857 as The Nonpareil. It changed publishers and names several times before becoming the Warrenton Banner in 1890. This collection covers issues published from 1902-1924.

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Washington Citizen

Washington Citizen

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The Washington Citizen presented its inaugural issue on August 25, 1905. The paper was published on Fridays and ran for almost 80 years. This collection covers issues published from 1905-1923.

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