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The newspapers in this collection have been scanned as part of a pilot project using microfilm and microfiche. After using a microfilm/fiche scanner to create a digital image of each page, we process the resulting images so that each reel is contained in a single item with easily navigable files.

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by U.S. Army
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Star Presidian , Volume 1 Number 10 August 8, 1952 The Star Presidian (1952-1965 and 1972-1995) was a local newspaper printed for the residents, soldiers, and civilian workers of the Presidio of San Francisco. The newspapers feature articles, images, sports news, and ads related specifically yo the military. These papers are part of the Army Public Affairs Office Collection (GOGA 35330), held by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area’s Park Archives.
Topics: U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, newspaper, Army, military, Presidio
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Star Presidian , Volume 1 Number 3 June 20, 1952 The  Star Presidian  (1952-1965 and 1972-1995) was a local newspaper printed for the residents, soldiers, and civilian workers of the Presidio of San Francisco. The newspapers feature articles, images, sports news, and ads related specifically to the military. These papers are part of the Army Public Affairs Office Collection (GOGA 35330), held by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area's Park Archives.
Topics: U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, newspaper, Army, military, Presidio
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by U.S. Army
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Star Presidian , Volume 1 Number 7 July 18, 1952 The  Star Presidian  (1952-1965 and 1972-1995) was a local newspaper printed for the residents, soldiers, and civilian workers of the Presidio of San Francisco. The newspapers feature articles, images, sports news, and ads related specifically to the military. These papers are part of the Army Public Affairs Office Collection (GOGA 35330), held by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area's Park Archives.
Topics: U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, newspaper, Army, military, Presidio
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Star Presidian , Volume 1 Number 4 June 27, 1952 The  Star Presidian  (1952-1965 and 1972-1995) was a local newspaper printed for the residents, soldiers, and civilian workers of the Presidio of San Francisco. The newspapers feature articles, images, sports news, and ads related specifically to the military. These papers are part of the Army Public Affairs Office Collection (GOGA 35330), held by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area's Park Archives.
Topics: U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, newspaper, Army, military, Presidio
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Star Presidian , Volume 1 Number 6 July 11, 1952 The  Star Presidian  (1952-1965 and 1972-1995) was a local newspaper printed for the residents, soldiers, and civilian workers of the Presidio of San Francisco. The newspapers feature articles, images, sports news, and ads related specifically to the military. These papers are part of the Army Public Affairs Office Collection (GOGA 35330), held by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area's Park Archives.
Topics: U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, newspaper, Army, military, Presidio
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Star Presidian Volume 1 Number 2, June 13, 1952.  The Star Presidian (1952-1963 and 1972-1995) was a local newspaper printed for the residents, soldiers and civilian workers of the Presidio of San Francisco. The newspapers feature articles, images, sports news and ads related specifically to the military. These papers are part of the Army Public Affairs Office Collection (GOGA 35330), held by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area's Park Archives.
Topics: U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, newspaper, Army, military, Presidio
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Star Presidian , Volume 1 Number 8 July 25, 1952 The  Star Presidian  (1952-1965 and 1972-1995) was a local newspaper printed for the residents, soldiers, and civilian workers of the Presidio of San Francisco. The newspapers feature articles, images, sports news, and ads related specifically to the military. These papers are part of the Army Public Affairs Office Collection (GOGA 35330), held by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area's Park Archives.
Topics: U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, newspaper, Army, military, Presidio
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Star Presidian , Volume 1 Number 11 August 15, 1952   The Star Presidian (1952-1965 and 1972-1995) was a local newspaper printed for the residents, soldiers, and civilian workers of the Presidio of San Francisco. The newspapers feature articles, images, sports news, and ads related specifically to the military. These papers are part of the Army Public Affairs Office Collection (GOGA 35330), held by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area’s Park Archives.
Topics: U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, newspaper, Army, military, Presidio
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Star Presidian , Volume 1 Number 5 July 4, 1952 The  Star Presidian  (1952-1965 and 1972-1995) was a local newspaper printed for the residents, soldiers, and civilian workers of the Presidio of San Francisco. The newspapers feature articles, images, sports news, and ads related specifically to the military. These papers are part of the Army Public Affairs Office Collection (GOGA 35330), held by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area's Park Archives.
Topics: U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, newspaper, Army, military, Presidio
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Star Presidian , Volume 1 Number 7 July 18, 1952 The  Star Presidian  (1952-1965 and 1972-1995) was a local newspaper printed for the residents, soldiers, and civilian workers of the Presidio of San Francisco. The newspapers feature articles, images, sports news, and ads related specifically to the military. These papers are part of the Army Public Affairs Office Collection (GOGA 35330), held by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area's Park Archives.
Topics: U.S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, newspaper, Army, military, Presidio
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by University of Tennessee at Martin - Student Publications
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Established in 1928. Press archives of the student newspaper at the University of Tennessee at Martin. The University of Tennessee at Martin has had student-lead publications for most of its history, dating back to its time as the Hall Moody Institute in the early 1900s. The Baptist college's student newspaper, The Crimson & Gold was printed for several years according to Robert L. Carroll's book, The University of Tennessee at Martin: The First One Hundred Years . Carroll says that a year...
Topics: student newspaper, ut martin, university of tennessee junior college, university of tennessee at...
Newspapers
by US Army
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On-post newspaper from Camp Alfred Vail during WWI. It was published by the local YMCA of Red Bank.
Topics: Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, WWI, YMCA, Red Bank, newspaper, Army, Signal Corps
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by US Army
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On-post newspaper from Camp Alfred Vail during WWI. It was published by the local YMCA of Red Bank.
Topics: Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, WWI, YMCA, Red Bank, newspaper, Army, Signal Corps
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by US Army
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Issue of "Dots and Dashes" from the YMCA in Red Bank, New Jersey, for the on-post newspaper at Fort Monmouth during WWI. The oldest newspaper in the possession of the CECOM Historical Office, this 1917 edition of the Dots and Dashes is truly an in-house publication, from its irreverent humor to its typographical errors.
Topics: newspaper, WWI, New Jersey, Fort Monmouth, Signal Corps
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by US Army
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WWI era publication from what was then Camp Alfred Vail (later to become Fort Monmouth), in Monmouth County, New Jersey. This Army newspaper was published weekly by the YMCA of Red Bank.
Topics: WWI, YMCA, Fort Monmouth, Army, newspaper, New Jersey
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by US Army
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On-post newspaper from Camp Alfred Vail during WWI. It was published by the local YMCA of Red Bank. Sports, as caricatured in this cartoon, were considered an important part in conditioning post personnel as well as providing them with entertainment and relaxation.
Topics: Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, WWI, YMCA, Red Bank, newspaper, Army, Signal Corps
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by US Army
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Issue of "Dots and Dashes" from the YMCA in Red Bank, New Jersey, for the on-post newspaper at Fort Monmouth during WWI
Topics: newspaper, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, Signal Corps
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by US Army
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On-post newspaper from Camp Alfred Vail during WWI. It was published by the local YMCA of Red Bank. 2 copies. The cartoon shown here satirizes the local communities’ regard for Camp Vail Soldiers, whom they regularly hosted in their homes.
Topics: Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, YMCA, newspaper, Army, Signal Corps