Features educational programs, exhibits and searchable archives of television and radio programs, newscasts and commercials. Video clips, photo galleries, membership information, online shopping and email newsletter. Chicago, USA.
National archive collections include abstracts and indexes, full-text word-searchable newspapers and journals, chronological and subject-based news and newspaper guides, and other newspaper electronic resources.
Published by Samuel Goode, this newspaper was formerly known as The Melbourne Weekly Courier. This digital archive contains 467 pages scanned from edition 66 (June 16, 1845) through to edition 193 (March 13, 1846).
Priced at eight-pence, this weekly newspaper printed and published by Daniel Lovett Welch carried the sub-title: Sydney Weekly Journal of Politics, Commerce and Literature. This archive carries 640 pages from 214 editions spanning November 30, 1844 to December 30, 1848.
Includes page gallery from edition 1 to 39. Along with its sub-title "Weekly Journal of Politics, Commerce, Agriculture, Literature, Science and Religion for the Colony of New South Wales", this paper was renamed The Sentinel in 1845.
Scans of the first 240 pages printed for this weekly periodical which described itself as "a weekly journal of politics, commerce, literature, science and arts for the middle and working classes of New South Wales".
Complete copies of every issue of the newspaper, including coverage of significant moments in the history of Scotland, major historical world events, and births, marriages and deaths notices. Free viewing of a sample issue.
Database of notes written and researched by mailing members pertaining to various communications devices throughout history. An attempt to catalogue past media technologies so that future generations might remember them.