Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on the newspapers of the world and, with appropriate subdivisions, works on special aspects or sections of newspapers. Works on newspapers in specific languages, countries, etc., are entered under headings of the type Afrikaans newspapers; Israeli newspapers, etc. Headings of this type may be divided by place to bring out the place of their publication.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Thomas J. Hogan Collection

Identifier: MSS.0726
Scope and Content Note

The Thomas J. Hogan collection (15.54 linear feet) is comprised of newspapers, magazines, photographs, and other pamphlets and publications from 1962-1977. The biggest portion of them are from The New York Times, but other publications are represented. The collection is intended to serve mainly as research materials for political science and history professors and their students.

Dates: 1962 - 1977

Ruling Stooge Newspaper

Identifier: MSS.0375
Scope and Contents

This collection contains the first issue of the ‘Ruling Stooge’ newspaper which is dated October 3, 1948.

Note that people, letters, articles, and advertisements relate to the year 1968.

Dates: 1948; 1968

John Seigenthaler Papers

Identifier: MSS.0829

This collection contains the papers of John Seigenthaler, journalist, writer, and longtime editor of The Tennessean. Seigenthaler was a prominent advocate for First Amendment rights and founded the First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University. Seigenthaler also worked for Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and was a longtime friend of the Kennedy family.

Dates: 1920 - 2014

Martha Jane Whiteside Collection

 Collection — Folder 1: [Barcode: 30081044672651]
Identifier: MSS.0501

This collection contains 3 issues of the Purple and White newspaper produced by the Branham and Hughes School in Spring Hill, TN. The newspapers date from 1906-1907.

Dates: October 26, 1906; January 31, 1907; April 5, 1907


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