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September 22, 1881
HELENA WEEKLY HERALD, Montana (Territory), Sept. 22, 1881
* President James A. Garfield assassination
* 1st report of his death
This newspaper has a very decorative masthead featuring the territorial commerce of Montana, which didn't become a state until 1889. All columns on pages 2, 3, 6 & 7 are black-bordered due to the death of President James Garfield, with page 2 featurin... See More
September 30, 1881
THE WEEKLY ITHACAN, Ithaca, New York, September 30, 1881
* Uncommon title from Ithaca, New York
* Decorative masthead
This issue has an intriguing and ornate masthead, which I suspect shows the campus of Cornell University.
News of the day with many ads. Complete in 8 pages, never bound nor trimmed, mild wear at margins.... See More
October 28, 1882
NASHUA WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, New Hampshire, October 28, 1882
* Hillsborough County
* Rare title
A title we have never seen before. This 8 pages newspaper has news of the with several interesting advertisements. Decorative masthead.
Complete in 8 pages, uncut, a little fold wear, otherwise nice.
June 13, 1885
KURRE, Chicago, Illinois, June 13, 1885
* Rare title
A rather rare Swedish-language newspaper from Illinois, the subtitle above the masthead translating to: "Illustrated Newspaper For Swedish America". A very decorative masthead (see photos), 8 pages, nice condition.
August 26, 1885
AMONG THE COUDS, Mount Washington, New Hampshire, Aug. 26, 1885 A very interesting newspaper which was printed "Twice daily on the summit of Mount Washington, 6293 feet above the sea." as noted n the masthead. And a very interesting & displayable masthead which focuses upon this aspect of the newspaper. Never bound nor trimmed, complete in 8 pages, various tears at margins, and some br... See More
March 29, 1890
RELIGIO PHILOSOPHICAL JOURNAL, Chicago, March 29, 1890 A quite uncommon title which, as noted in the decorative masthead, is "Devoted To Spiritual Philosophy". This interesting newspaper was begun in 1865 by an association of dozens of the leading spiritualists of the day. Its masthead is a graphic depiction of the progressive, free-religious views of the association showing ... See More
March 10, 1905
THE WORD AND THE WAY, council Bluffs, Iowa, March 10, 1905. A small-size religious newspaper with a very decorative masthead featuring a lighthouse by the seashore (see photos). Tis title was published semi-monthly as a "...religious, family newspaper...". Never bound nor trimmed, a bit of light dirtiness to the front page, mostly nice. Measures about 9 by 12 inches.
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