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University Archives: Pulliam Historic Newspaper Collection

Collection Information

Title: Walter Pulliam Historic Newspaper Collection

MSS. COLL.#: 001

Dates: 1707-2006 [bulk 20th century]

Extent:

The William Pulliam Historic Newspaper Collection consists of many full length newspapers from the 18th century through the early 21st century.  Many historic events are captured in this collection including the American Civil War; the assassinations of Presidents Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley, and John F. Kennedy; World War I; World War II; the Space Race; the Civil Rights Movement; and the Watergate scandal leading to the impeachment proceedings of Richard Nixon.  These historical events are captured in both locally and nationally syndicated newspapers.

Maryland Gazette December 18, 1760

Maryland Gazette

December 18, 1760

Boston Gazette 1782

Boston Gazette

March 18, 1782

Titanic Sinking

Titanic Sinking

April 17, 1912

D-Day June 6, 1944

D-Day

June 6, 1944

Nixon Resignation

Nixon Resigns

August 9, 1974

           

Provenance: This collection was donated in full in June 2012 by William Pulliam himself.

Processing:

Biographical Note:

Born in 1913, William Pulliam lived through the dramatic and dynamic years of the 20th century.  From an early age, Pulliam knew that he would have a career in journalism.  While still a junior in high school, Pulliam had become interested in reporting local and national news through his own small newspaper.  Graduating from Old Knoxville High School in 1932, he chose to spend that summer working for the Knoxville Times.

In the fall of 1932, he began attending classes at the University of Tennessee where he worked as a student correspondent writing university-centered news for state newspapers.  During his college education, he also served as editor for the Orange and White and as a copy editor for the Knoxville Journal. During these years, he reported on police, religion, politics and general news for the Knoxville News-Sentinel.  Pulliam graduated from UT in 1936 majoring in history and English. 

Volunteering for the US Army after the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, he was trained as an infantry rifleman and sent to Oran, Algeria. His compositional skill and ability to type helped him acquire the position of clerk in the Allied Headquarters.  While working as a clerk, he met foreign correspondent Stanley M. Swinton of Stars and Stripes newspaper.  Using this connection, Pulliam was transferred to the Mediterranean section of the paper as a war correspondent enabling him to view World War II from the front lines.  His time with Stars and Stripes allowed him to cross paths with several famous individuals including Ernie Pyle, Andy Rooney, Walter Cronkite, and cartoonist Bill Mauldin. 

After the war, Pulliam personally met with Pope Pius XII and and Yugoslav Marshal Josip Broz Tito.  Coming home from abroad, Pulliam found work with the Washington Post working first as a reporter and then as assistant city editor.  Returning to East Tennessee in 1950, Pulliam took over publication of the Harriman Record changing it from a weekly to a daily publication.  The Harriman Record became the only newspaper to publish the Watergate transcript in its entirety.  Elected president by the Tennessee Press Association in 1965, he helped to start the Tennessee Newspaper Hall of Fame and was awarded the Tennessee Press Association's Award for Service a year later.  Pulliam continued to write articles for regional newspapers until his death in March 2015.

Biographical Sources:

  1. http://www.knoxnews.com/news/local/historic-newspaper-collection-coming-to-lmu-ep-360702958-356968651.html

  2. http://alumnus.tennessee.edu/2013/on-the-record-world-war-ii-to-watergate/

  3. http://www.rosemortuary.com/obituaries/Walter-Pulliam/#!/Obituary

Scope and Content Note:

Series Notes:

The Historic Newspapers are arranged in three separate series:

  • Series 1: Newspapers in Enclosures: This series contains full length newspapers which have been mounted or have a protective enclosure.  Within this series, individual newspapers are arranged alphabetically by publication and then within each publication according to chronological order.
  • Series 2: Loose Newspapers: This series contains full or partial newspapers which have not been mounted or are without a protective enclosure.  Within this series, individual newspapers are arranged alphabetically by publication and then according to chronological order. 
  • Series 3: Scrapbooks.  This series contains 7 scrapbooks with newspapers.  Within this series, individual scrapbooks are arranged in a general chronological order.  Please note that newspapers within individual scrapbooks may not in chronological order.  The removal of protective enclosures for newspapers in this series is not advisable due to deterioration.

Access Notes

The Archives and Special Collections of Lincoln Memorial University are located in the Carnegie-Vincent Library, on the 1st Floor.  Please schedule an appointment to view archival materials.  To schedule an appointment please contact the University Archivist.

matthew.souther@lmunet.edu

Sensitive Materials Policy

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which Lincoln Memorial University assumes no responsibility.

Inventory

The inventory for the Pulliam Collection has been arranged in chronological order.  However, each series within the collection has been arranged alphabetically.

The numbers cited in parentheses, (e.g. 1. 5), refer the researcher to the (Series#.Box# or Scrapbook#) in which that newspaper will be found.

New York Herald – April 22, 1865 (1. 9)

Title of Paper: New York Herald

Date of Paper: April 22, 1865

Series: 1, Newspapers in Protective Enclosures

Box or Scrapbook: Box #9

Weekly Museum – March 31, 1798 (3. 1)

Title of Paper: Weekly Museum

Date of Paper: March 31, 1798

Series: 3, Scrapbooks

Box or Scrapbook: Scrapbook #1

 

Pre-1790s

Tatler – April 30, 1709 (1.11)

Spectator – May 14, 1712 (1.11)

Spectator – June 23, 1712 (1.11)

Pue’s Occurrences – August 23, 1760 (1.11)

Maryland Gazette – September 4, 1760 (1.7)

Maryland Gazette – October 9, 1760 (1.7)

Maryland Gazette – December 18, 1760 (1.7)

Essex Gazette [Salem, Mass.] – March 19, 1771 (1.4)

Pennsylvania Gazette – November 23, 1774 (3.1)

Massachusetts Gazette [Boston] – January 23, 1775 (3.1)

Boston Evening Post – March 20, 1775 (3.1)

Massachusetts Gazette – March 23, 1775 (3.1)

Independent Gazetter – November 23, 1782 (1.5)

Pennsylvania Journal and Weekly Advertiser – June 18, 1783 (3.1)

London Packet or New Lloyd’s Evening Post – May 8, 1786 (3.1)

London Packet or New Lloyd’s Evening Post – May 10, 1786 (1.7)

London Packet or New Lloyd’s Evening Post – May 15, 1786 (1.7)

Exchange Advertiser [Boston] – July 20, 1786 (3.1)

Massachusetts Gazette [Boston] – February 20, 1787 (3.1)

Massachusetts Gazette [Boston] – March 9, 1787 (3. 1)

Massachusetts Gazette [Boston] – March 30, 1787 (3.1)

Massachusetts Gazette [Boston] – May 25, 1787 (3.1)

Pennsylvania Packet – September 26, 1789 (1. 10)

Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser – September 12, 1789 (3.1)

1790-1799

Pennsylvania Packet – January 8, 1790 (1. 10)

Daily Advertiser – February 26, 1791 (1. 3)

Knoxville Gazette - November 5, 1791 (1. 5, Copy)

Gazette Nationale ou Le Moniteur Universal [National Gazette or the Universal Monitor] – December 8, 1792 (1. 4)

Massachusetts Mercury [Boston] – April 27, 1793 (3. 1)

Massachusetts Mercury [Boston] – May 20, 1793 (3. 1)

United States Chronicle – October 24, 1793 (1.12)

European Magazine and London Review – May 1794 (3.2)

Columbian Centinel [Boston] – March 12, 1796 (1.3)

Columbian Centinel [Boston] – June 11, 1796 (1. 3)

Spectator [New York] – March 3, 1798 (3. 1)

Weekly Museum – March 31, 1798 (3. 1)

Weekly Museum – April 14, 1798 (3. 1)

Columbian Centinel [Boston] – March 6, 1799 (1. 3)

Weekly Museum – March 16, 1799 (3. 1)

1800-1809

Columbian Centinel [Boston] – January 18, 1800 (1. 3)

Connecticut Courant – February 17, 1800 (1. 3)

Providence [Rhode Island] Gazette – April 26, 1800 (Together with Connecticut Mirror, 1. 3)

Weekly Museum – June 14, 1800 (3. 1)

Independent Chronicle – May 28, 1804 (1. 5)

Columbian Centinel [Boston] – June 24, 1807 (1. 3)

Universal Gazette [Washington DC] – June 25, 1807 (1. 12)

Universal Gazette [Washington DC] – July 2, 1807 (1. 12)

1810-1819

New England Palladium – February 4, 1812 (1. 9)

Paulson’s American Daily Advertiser – May 8, 1812 (1. 10)

Columbian Centinel [Boston] – June 4, 1814 (1. 3)

Evening Gazette [Boston] – September 16, 1815 (1. 4)

Connecticut Mirror [Hartford] – November 6, 1815 (1. 3)

Messenger [Georgetown, DC] – November 23, 1816 (1. 1)

Connecticut Courant – August 21, 1819 (1. 3)

1820-1829

New Hampshire Gazette – June 30, 1820 (1. 9)

Knoxville Register – February 14, 1823 (1. 6)

Kentucky Reporter [Lexington] – April 14, 1823 (1. 5)

National Intelligencer [Washington, DC] – June 16, 1825 (1. 8)

National Gazette and Literary Register [Philadelphia] – October 22, 1825 (1. 8)

1830-1839

Saturday Evening Post [Philadelphia] – October 23, 1830 (1. 11)

Atkinson’s Caskets or Gems of Literature, Wit, and Sentiment – August 1831 (3. 2)

Knoxville Register – September 7, 1831 (3. 7)

Knoxville Register – May 2, 1832 (3. 7)

Daily Evening Transcript [Boston] – December 21, 1833 (1. 3)

Daily Evening Transcript [Boston] – December 21, 1833 (1. 3)

Knoxville Republican – February 19, 1834 (3. 7)

Daily Evening Transcript [Boston] – May 1, 1834 (1. 3)

Daily Evening Transcript [Boston] – May 8, 1834 (1. 3)

Daily Evening Transcript [Boston] – May 16, 1834 (1. 3)

 [Philadelphia] Saturday Courier - August 15, 1835 (1. 11)

The Jeffersonian [Albany, NY] – September 22, 1838 (3. 6)

1840-1849

Workman [Boston] – May 1840 (1. 12)

The Times [Knoxville] – November 3, 1840 (3. 7)

National Intelligencer [Washington, DC] – March 6, 1845 (1. 8)

Dollar Newspaper [Philadelphia] – May 13, 1846 (1. 3)

Semi-Annual Pictorial Saturday Courier [Philadelphia] – July 4, 1847 (3. 6)

Liberator – September 29, 1847 (1. 7)

Knoxville Tribune – December 8, 1847 (3. 7)

Pendleton [SC] Messenger – January 28, 1848 (3. 3)

Knoxville Tribune – November 29, 1848 (3. 7)

Knoxville Register – February 21, 1849 (3. 7)

New York Weekly Tribune – June 23, 1849 (1. 10)

Erie Gazette – July 8, 1849 (1. 3)

1850-1859

New York Daily Tribune – July 15, 1850 (1. 9)

Daily News [Philadelphia] – February 17, 1852 (1. 3)

Richmond Enquirer – May 20, 1853 (3. 3)

Illustrated London News – March 13, 1858 (3. 2)

Harper’s Weekly – July 17, 1858 (3. 2)

Richmond Daily Whig – May 17, 1859 (3. 3)

The States [Washington DC] – October 18, 1859 (3. 3)

The States [Washington DC] – October 27, 1859 (3. 3)

The States [Washington DC] – October 28, 1859 (3. 3)

The States [Washington DC] – October 29, 1859 (3. 3)

The States [Washington DC] – November 2, 1859 (3. 3)

The States [Washington DC] – November 7, 1859 (3. 3)

1860

New York Weekly – November 29, 1860 (3. 2)

New York Weekly – December 6, 1860 (3. 2)

1861

Evening Post [New York] – February 16, 1861 (3. 4)

National Intelligencer [Washington, DC] – February 26, 1861 (1. 8)

Burlington [Vermont] Daily Times – March 19, 1861 (1. 1)

New York Times – April 3, 1861 (1. 9)

New York Herald – April 14, 1861 (3. 3)

Lebanon [PA] Advertiser – April 24, 1861 (3. 3)

Liberator – June 7, 1861 (3. 3)

Liberator – June 14, 1861 (3. 3)

Liberator – July 5, 1861 (1. 7)

Liberator – July 12, 1861 (3. 3)

York Tribune – July 22, 1861 (3. 3)

1862

Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper – January 4, 1862 (1. 4)

New York Times – January 21, 1862 (3. 3)

Harper’s Weekly – February 22, 1862 (1. 4)

Harper’s Weekly – March 8, 1862 (1. 4)

New York Times – March 13, 1862 (3. 3)

New York Times – March 15, 1862 (3. 3)

Harper’s Weekly – April 19, 1862 (1. 4)

New York Herald – April 29, 1862 (3. 3)

New York Herald – May 1, 1862 (3. 3)

New York Herald – May 2, 1862 (3. 3)

New York Times – June 8, 1862 (1. 9)

New York Times – June 9, 1862 (1. 9)

The Alexandria Gazette – June 19, 1862 (1. 1)

New York Herald – July 1, 1862 (1. 9)

New York Herald – July 16, 1862 (3. 3)

Liberator – July 4, 1862 (1. 7)

Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper – August 9, 1862 (1. 4)

New York Herald – August 24, 1862 (1. 9)

Philadelphia Inquirer – September 10, 1862 (3. 3)

New York Herald – September 11, 1862 (3. 3)

New York Herald – September 14, 1862 (3. 3)

New York Herald – September 15, 1862 (3. 3)

New York Times – September 28, 1862 (3. 3)

Southern Illustrated News [Richmond] – October 25, 1862 (1. 11)

New York Herald – November 12, 1862 (3. 3)

New York Times – December 9, 1862 (3. 3)

New York Times – December 17, 1862 (3. 3)

1863

Harper’s Weekly – January 1863 (1. 4)

New York Times – January 31, 1863 (3. 3)

Liberator – February 13, 1863 (3. 3)

Liberator – March 6, 1863 (3. 3)

Liberator – March 20, 1863 (3. 3)

Liberator – March 27, 1863 (3. 3)

Philadelphia Inquirer – May 15, 1863 (3. 3)

Charleston [South Carolina] Mercury – May 18, 1863 (1. 1)

Harper’s Weekly – May 23, 1863 (1. 4)

Mohawk Valley Register – July 9, 1863 (3. 3)

Harper’s Weekly – July 4, 1863 (1. 4)

New York Tribune – September 5, 1863 (3. 3)

New York Tribune – September 7, 1863 (1. 10)

New York Tribune – September 8, 1863 (3. 3)

New York Tribune – September 11, 1863 (3. 3)

Harper’s Weekly – October 10, 1863 (1. 4)

Harper’s Weekly – November 7, 1863 (1. 4)

New York Tribune – November 11, 1863 (3. 3)

New York Tribune – November 14, 1863 (3. 3)

New York Tribune – November 19, 1863 (3. 3)

Supplement to the New York Times – November 21, 1863 (3. 3)

New York Herald – November 26, 1863 (1. 1)

New York Tribune – November 26, 1863 (3. 3)

New York Tribune – December 5, 1863 (1. 10)

New York Tribune – December 22, 1863 (3. 3)

Daily Richmond Examiner – December 31, 1863 (3. 3)

1864

New York Times – January 11, 1864 (3. 3)

New York Times – January 29, 1864 (3. 3)

Harper’s Weekly – January 30, 1864 (1. 4)

Supplement to the New York Times – January 30, 1864 (3. 3)

New York Times – February 2, 1864 (3. 3)

Harper’s Weekly – March 12, 1864 (1. 4)

Supplement to the New York Times – March 12, 1864 (3. 3)

Charleston [South Carolina] Daily Courier – June 2, 1864

Alexandria [VA] Gazette – July 30, 1864 (3. 3)

York Tribune – August 2, 1864 (3. 3)

York Tribune – August 22, 1864 (3. 3)

New York Times – September 7, 1864 (1. 9)

Louisville [KY] Weekly Union Press – October 27, 1864 (3. 3)

York Tribune – October 31, 1864 (3. 3)

Charleston [South Carolina] Daily Courier – November 2, 1864 (1. 1)

York Herald – November 11, 1864 (3. 3)

Albany Journal – November 25, 1864 (3. 3)

Richmond Enquirer – December 13, 1864 (3. 3)

York Tribune – December 17, 1864 (3. 3)

New York Times – December 19, 1864 (3. 3)

The Guidon – December 22, 1864 (1. 4)

Richmond Enquirer – December 27, 1864 (3. 3)

Nashville Daily Times – December 30, 1864 (3. 4)

1865

New York Times – February 6, 1865 (3. 3)

New York Times – February 11, 1865 (3. 3)

Walton’s Morning Journal [Montpelier, VT] – February 13, 1865 (1. 12)

New York Times – February 22, 1865 (3. 3)

New York Times – February 25, 1865 (3. 3)

New York Times – March 2, 1865 (3. 3)

Cincinnati Daily Gazette – April 6, 1865 (3. 3)

Daily Morning Chronicle – April 6, 1865 (3. 3)

New York Herald – April 6, 1865 (3. 3)

New York Herald – April 10, 1865 (1. 9)

New York Herald – April 15, 1865 (3. 3)

New York Times – April 17, 1865 (1. 9)

Philadelphia Inquirer – April 17, 1865 (1. 10)

New York Herald – April 22, 1865 (1. 9)

Philadelphia Inquirer – April 25, 1865 (1. 10)

Harper’s Weekly – April 29, 1865 (1. 4)

Harper’s Weekly – May 6, 1865 (Reissue, 1. 4)

Harper’s Weekly – May 27, 1865 (1. 4)

Walton’s Morning Journal [Montpelier, VT] – May 29, 1865 (1. 12)

New York Herald – June 22, 1865 (3. 3)

Harper’s Weekly – July 22, 1865 (1. 4)

New York Times – July 24, 1865 (1. 9)

New York Times – December 6, 1865 (3. 3)

1866-1869

New York Tribune – January 10, 1866 (1. 10)

New York Herald – February 6, 1866 (3. 3)

New York Herald – February 8, 1866 (3. 3)

New York Herald – March 6, 1866 (3. 3)

New York Herald – March 24, 1866 (3. 3)

Harper’s Weekly – February 9, 1867 (3. 2)

New York Herald – May 20, 1867 (3. 3)

New York Herald – June 11, 1867 (3. 3)

New York Herald – June 12, 1867 (3. 3)

New York Herald – June 19, 1867 (3. 3)

New York Herald – June 21, 1867 (3. 3)

New York Herald – June 22, 1867 (3. 3)

New York Herald – June 18, 1867 (3. 3)

No Thoroughfare by Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins – December 1867 (3. 2)

New York Tribune – January 24, 1868 (3. 4)

Richmond Enquirer – February 18, 1868 (3. 4)

Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper – April 11, 1868 (1. 4)

La Crosse [Wisconsin] Democrat – May 26, 1868 (3. 4)

Harper’s Weekly – January 9, 1869 (3. 2)

Weekly Oregonian – July 31, 1869 (3. 4)

1870-1879

Trans – Continental [Pullman Hotel Express Train Newsletter] – May 26, 1870 (1. 12)

Trans – Continental [Pullman Hotel Express Train Newsletter] – May 27, 1870 (1. 12)

Trans – Continental [Pullman Hotel Express Train Newsletter] – May 28, 1870 (1. 12)

Moore’s Rural New Yorker – April 2, 1870 (3. 2)

Every Saturday – August 6, 1870 (3. 2)

People’s Literary Companion – November 1870 (3. 2)

People’s Literary Companion [Augusta, ME] – March 1871 (3. 6)

Philadelphia Inquirer – October 10, 1871 (1. 10)

Nashville Union and American – November 4, 1871 (3. 4)

Nashville Union and American – November 17, 1871 (3. 4)

Knoxville Chronicle – June 1, 1872 (3. 7)

Atlanta Constitution – June 18, 1872 (3. 4)

New York Times – September 20, 1873 (3. 4)

New York Times – September 22, 1873 (1. 9)

New York Times – September 23, 1873 (3. 4)

New York Times – September 24, 1873 (3. 4)

New York Times – September 25, 1873 (3. 4)

Nashville Union and American – March 11, 1874 (3. 4)

Saturday Night – March 14, 1874 (3. 2)

Saturday Night – March 21, 1874 (3. 2)

New York Times – July 24, 1874 (1. 9)

New York Times – January 6, 1875 (3. 4)

Sun [New York] – January 29, 1875 (1. 11)

New York Tribune – July 8, 1875 (3. 4)

Greeneville Intelligencer – August 13, 1875 (1. 4)

New York Tribune – January 10, 1876 (3. 4)

New York Tribune – January 11, 1876 (3. 4)

New York Tribune – January 17, 1876 (3. 4)

Sun [New York] – February 22, 1876 (1. 11)

Tribune Extra [Bismark, D.T.] – July 6, 1876 (3. 6)

Pennsylvania Packet – July 8, 1776 (1876 Reissue, 1. 10)

New York Tribune – July 7, 1876 (1. 10)

New York Times – July 8, 1876 (1. 10)

Knoxville Chronicle – September 30, 1876 (3. 7)

New York Tribune – November 2, 1876 (3. 4)

Harper’s Weekly – December 23, 1876 (3. 2)

Illustrated Police News [London] – September 20, 1879 (3. 2)

Illustrated Police News [London] – September 27, 1879 (1. 5)

Illustrated Police News [London] – October 11, 1879 (3. 2)

Fireside Companion – October 27, 1879 (3. 6)

1880-1889

Family Story Paper – March 8, 1880 (3. 6)

Cincinnati Daily Gazette – May 15, 1880 (3. 4)

Reading [Pennsylvania] Times and Dispatch – November 3, 1880 (1. 11)

Harper’s Weekly – November 6, 1880 (1. 4)

Cincinnati Enquirer – September 20, 1881 (1. 2)

National Republican [Washington DC] – July 6, 1882 (1. 8)

Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper – July 8, 1882 (1. 4)

Evening Post [New York] – August 11, 1883 (3. 4)

Tennessee Pilot – September 4, 1884 (1. 11)

Chronicle [Wappingers Falls, NY] – July 24, 1885 (1. 2)

Family Story Paper [New York] – December 18, 1886 (3. 2)

Harper’s Weekly – April 9, 1887 (3. 2)

York Weekly – March 24, 1888 (3. 2)

Knoxville Tribune – October 1888 (3. 7)

New York Weekly – November 30, 1889 (3. 2)

1890-1899

Harper’s Weekly – September 12, 1891 (3. 2)

National Police Gazette [New York] – November 21, 1891 (3. 2)

National Police Gazette [New York] – January 2, 1892 (1. 5)

National Police Gazette [New York] – January 16, 1892 (1. 8)

New York Ledger – February 20, 1892 (3. 2)

Lynchburg [TN] Falcon – November 25, 1892 (1. 7)

National Police Gazette [New York] – December 24, 1892 (1. 8)

Knoxville Republican – May 12, 1893 (3. 7)

Chattanooga Daily Times – September 20, 1893 (1. 2)

Chicago Daily Tribune – October 9, 1893 (1. 2)

Illustrated Record – June 1, 1895 (3. 2)

Illustrated Record [New York] – October 26, 1895 (1. 5)

Illustrated Record [New York] – March 6, 1897 (1. 5)

Chicago Daily Tribune – May 2, 1898 (1. 2)

Knoxville Tribune – May 29, 1898 (3. 7)

Chattanooga News – June 20, 1898 (3. 7)

Illustrated Record [New York] – October 15, 1898 (1. 5)

1900-1909

Scientific American – July 13, 1901 (3. 2)

Washington Post – September 8, 1901 (1. 12)

Knoxville Sentinel – September 9, 1901 (1. 6)

Chattanooga Daily Times – September 14, 1901 (1. 2)

New York Herald – September 14, 1901 (1. 9)

New York Tribune – September 16, 1901 (1. 10)

Cincinnati Post – May 5, 1904 (1. 3)

Call Chronicle Examiner [San Francisco] – April 19, 1906 (1. 1)

Chicago Daily Tribune – September 7, 1909 (1. 2)

1910-1919

New York Sun – February 9, 1913 (3. 2)

Journal and Tribune [Knoxville] – November 1, 1913 (1. 5)

The Fairmont Times – April 13, 1914 (1. 4)

Brooklyn Daily Eagle – May 8, 1915 (1. 1)

Chicago Daily Tribune – April 3, 1917 (1. 2)

Atlanta Georgian – May 21, 1917 (1. 1)

Atlanta Georgian – May 22, 1917 (1. 1)

El Paso Herald – September 27, 1917 (3. 5)

Albuquerque Morning Journal – October 18, 1917 (3. 5)

Evening Bulletin [Philadelphia] – November 11, 1918 (1. 4)

Pottstown News – November 11, 1918 (1. 10)

Journal Tribune [Knoxville] – November 13, 1918 (3. 7)

Journal and Tribune [Knoxville] – November 15, 1918 (1. 5)

Journal and Tribune [Knoxville] – December 12, 1918 (3. 7)

Stars and Stripes – February 14, 1919 (1. 11)

Knoxville Sentinel – May 9, 1919 (3. 7)

Knoxville Sentinel – June 7, 1919 (1. 6)

Sunday Journal and Tribune [Knoxville] – June 15, 1919 (1. 11)

El Paso Evening Times – June 28, 1919 (1. 3)

1920-1929

Evening Tribune [San Diego] – April 6, 1920 (1. 4)

Harriman [Tennessee] Record – December 16, 1920 (3. 6)

Chattanooga Times – October 25, 1921 (3. 6)

Nashville Banner – May 29, 1922 (3. 7)

Journal and Tribune [Knoxville] – August 23, 1923 (1. 5)

Knoxville News – January 22, 1924 (1. 5)

McCall’s – July 1924 (3. 2)

Des Moines [Iowa] Register – July 21, 1925 (1. 3)

Knoxville Journal – July 26, 1925 (1. 5)

Knoxville Sentinel – July 28, 1925 (1. 6)

Knoxville Sentinel - July 29, 1925 (1. 6)

Christian Science Monitor – October 23, 1925 (3. 6)

Knoxville Sentinel – May 31, 1926 (3. 7)

Knoxville Free Press – October 19, 1926 (3. 7)

Knoxville Dispatch – June 11, 1928 (3. 7)

Knoxville Journal – November 7, 1928 (3. 7)

GRIT – September 22, 1929 (1. 4)

1930-1939

Wall Street Journal – March 12, 1930 (1. 12)

Evening Tennessean – May 21, 1931 (3. 7)

Nashville Tennessean – November 16, 1931 (3. 7)

The Evening Tennessean – January 21, 1932 (3. 6)

Sunday Star [Washington, DC] – February 21, 1932 (3. 6)

Evening Tennessean – March 22, 1932 (1. 4)

Evening Tennessean – May 11, 1932 (3. 6)

Evening Tennessean – May 13, 1932 (1. 4)

Evening Tennessean – July 23, 1932 (3. 7)

Sun [Sydney, Australia] August 16, 1932 (1. 11)

Chicago Daily Tribune – February 16, 1933 (1. 2)

Chicago Herald and Examiner – January 21, 1936 (1. 2)

Chronicle-Telegram [Elyria, Ohio] – April 24, 1936 (3. 7)

Milwaukee Journal – May 10, 1936 (1. 7)

Chattanooga Daily Times – December 12, 1936 (1. 2)

Collier’s – June 12, 1937 (3. 2)

Nashville Times – April 14, 1939 (3. 7)

Nashville Banner – May 3, 1939 (3. 6)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – September 1, 1939 (1. 6)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – September 3, 1939 (1. 6)

1940-1949

Japanese newspaper – ca. 1940 (3. 6)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – October 6, 1940 (1. 6)

PM New York Daily – November 6, 1940 (1. 10)

Washington Post – January 18, 1941 (1. 12)

Chicago Sun – December 4, 1941 (3. 6)

Chicago Sun – December 8, 1941 (1. 2)

Knoxville Journal – December 8, 1941 (1. 5)

Philadelphia Inquirer – December 8, 1941 (1. 10)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – December 11, 1941 (1. 6)

Times [London] – January 14, 1942 (1. 11)

Knoxville Journal – January 14, 1945 (3. 7)

Knoxville Journal – April 12, 1945 (1. 5)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – April 12, 1945 (1. 6)

Chattanooga Daily Times – April 13, 1945 (3. 7)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – April 13, 1945 (3. 7)

New York Times – April 13, 1945 (1. 10)

PM New York Daily – April 13, 1945 (1. 10)

Sun [New York] – April 14, 1945 (1. 11)

Sunday News [New York] – April 15, 1945 (1. 11)

Knoxville Journal – May 2, 1945 (3. 6)

Cleveland [Ohio] News – May 7, 1945 (1. 3)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – May 7, 1945 (1. 6)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – May 7, 1945 (3. 7)

Nashville Banner – May 7, 1945 (1. 7)

Cleveland [Ohio] Press – May 8, 1945 (1. 3)

Maury Democrat [Columbia, TN] – May 8, 1945 (1. 7)

Nashville Banner – May 8, 1945 (1. 7)

Nashville Tennessean – May 8, 1945 (1. 7)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – August 6, 1945 (1. 6)

Nashville Banner – August 7, 1945 (1. 7)

Stars and Stripes Mediterranean – August 9, 1945 (1. 11)

Stars and Stripes Mediterranean – August 11, 1945 (1. 11)

Knoxville Journal – August 14, 1945 (1. 5)

Stars and Stripes Mediterranean – August 14, 1945 (1. 11)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – August 15, 1945 (3. 7)

Nashville Tennessean – August 15, 1945 (1. 7)

New York Times – August 15, 1945 (1. 10)

Stars and Stripes Mediterranean – August 15, 1945 (1. 11)

New York Times – September 2, 1945 (1. 10)

Daytona Beach Evening News – June 26, 1947 (3. 6)

Oak Ridge Journal – July 17, 1947 (1. 10)

Orange and White [Univ. of TN] – April 21, 1948 (3. 7)

Oak Ridge Times – June 6, 1948 (1. 10)

Oak Ridge Times – June 16, 1948 (1. 10)

Harriman [Tennessee] Record – July 29, 1948 (3. 6)

1950-1959

Chattanooga Daily Times – March 6, 1953 (1. 2)

Chattanooga Daily Times – May 18, 1954 (1. 2)

Clinton [TN] Courier News – September 6, 1956 (1. 3)

Chattanooga Sunday Times – September 25, 1956 (3. 7)

Chattanooga Daily Times – July 24, 1957 (1. 2)

Knoxville Journal – July 24, 1957 (3. 7)

Nashville Banner – September 24, 1957 (1. 7)

Knoxville Journal – November 27, 1957 (1. 5)

Anchorage Daily News – June 30, 1958 (1. 1)

Fairbanks News-Miner – June 30, 1958 (1. 4)

Chicago Daily News – December 5, 1958 (3. 6)

Honolulu Advertiser – March 12, 1959 (1. 5)

Honolulu Star-Bulletin – March 12, 1959 (1. 5)

Nashville Banner – July 4, 1959 (1. 7)

Chattanooga Daily Times – September 14, 1959 (1. 2)

Chattanooga Daily Times – October 17, 1959 (1. 2)

1960-1969

Chattanooga Daily Times – April 13, 1961 (1. 2)

Detroit News – April 13, 1961 (1. 3)

Atlanta Journal – May 5, 1961 (1. 1)

Charlotte Observer – May 6, 1961 (1. 1)

Los Angeles Times – November 8, 1961 (3. 5)

Los Angeles Herald Express – November 8, 1961 (3. 5)

Herald Express [Los Angeles] – November 29, 1961 (1. 5)

Chattanooga News-Free Press – February 20, 1962 (1. 2)

Chattanooga Daily Times – February 21, 1962 (3. 6)

Nashville Banner – February 20, 1962 (1. 7)

Nashville Tennessean – February 21, 1962 (1. 7)

Atlanta Journal – June 3, 1962 (1. 1)

Journal-Constitution [Atlanta] – October 1962 (3. 6)

Nashville Tennessean – October 1, 1962 (1. 8)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – November 22, 1963 (1. 6)

Washington Post – November 22, 1963 (1. 12)

Dallas Morning News – November 23, 1963 (1. 3)

Dallas Morning News – November 23, 1963 (3. 6)

Nashville Tennessean – November 23, 1963 (1. 8)

Washington Post – November 24, 1963 (1. 12)

Knoxville News-Sentinel – November 25, 1963 (1. 6)

Washington Post – November 25, 1963 (1. 12)

Washington Post – November 26, 1963 (1. 12)

Nashville Tennessean – April 6, 1964 (1. 8)

Izzuestia, Official Organ of Government – 1965 (1. 5, in Russian)

Atlanta Constitution – January 25, 1965 (1. 1)

Sun [Vancouver, British Columbia] – January 25, 1965 (1. 11)

Pravda – March 16, 1965 (In Russian, 1. 10)

Pravda – March 18, 1965 (In Russian, 3. 6)

Pravda – March 19, 1965 (In Russian, 1. 10)

Harriman [TN] Record – June 10, 1965 (3. 6)

Chattanooga Times – September 6, 1965 (3. 6)

Nashville Tennessean – April 5, 1968 (1. 8)

The Afro-American – April 13, 1968 (1. 1)

Nashville Tennessean – June 6, 1968 (1. 8)

Nashville Tennessean – June 8, 1968 (1. 8)

Knoxville Journal – January 28, 1969 (1. 5)

Knoxville Journal – July 12, 1969 (1. 5)

Nashville Tennessean – July 21, 1969 (1. 8)

1970-1979

Nashville Banner – April 14, 1970 (1. 7)

Chattanooga Times – February 1, 1971 (1. 2)

Nashville Tennessean – February 5, 1971 (1. 8)

Chronicle-Telegram [Elyira, Ohio] – January 24, 1973 (1. 2)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer – January 24, 1973 (1. 11)

Sun [Baltimore] – January 24, 1973 (1. 11)

Knoxville Journal – October 11, 1973 (1. 5)

The Tennessean [Nashville] - October 13, 1973 (1. 11)

The Tennessean [Nashville] - July 10, 1974 (1. 11)

Yorba Linda Star [Yorba Linda, CA] – July 24, 1974 (1. 12)

Yorba Linda Star [Yorba Linda, CA] – August 14, 1974 (1. 12)

Yorba Linda Star [Yorba Linda, CA] – August 28, 1974 (1. 12)

Tennessean – July 28, 1974 (3. 6)

Today’s News [Harriman, TN] – September 19, 1975 (3. 6)

1980-1989

Journal-American [New York] – May 22, 1980 (3. 6)

Tennessean – March 31, 1981 (3. 6)

New York Times – January 29, 1986 (1. 10)

New York Times – May 30, 1988 (1. 10)

No date

Theatre Magazine – n.d. (3. 2)

Citations

[Identification of Item], Walter Pulliam Historic Newspaper Collection, Archives and Special Collections, Lincoln Memorial University, TN, USA.

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