Lancaster Farming

The Lancaster Farmer began publication as a monthly journal in 1869 under the auspices of the Lancaster County Agricultural and Horticultural Society. Volumes 1-16 were digitized and published on the Internet Archive by Lancaster History, in partnership with Lyrasis and the Sloan Foundation.

Lancaster Daily Intelligencer (1880-1890)

Founded in 1864, the Lancaster Daily Intelligencer had become by the 1880s the leading daily in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and a crusading opposition publication in a city beset with growing pains. It was already one of the oldest continuous newspapers in the state and nation, and by this time it had transformed itself from primarily a political organ into a conduit for local information and an advocate for clean politics and civic reform.

Franklin and Marshall College Student Newspapers

The Franklin and Marshall College newspaper collection contains student newspapers published on campus beginning in 1873 through 2011. Titles and dates of coverage include:

  • College Days (1873-1876, 1878-1879)
  • The F&M Weekly (March 18, 1891- May 27, 1915)
  • The Student Weekly (September 16, 1915- March 11, 1964)
  • College Reporter (March 17, 1964 – February 28, 2011)

Pennsylvania Newspaper Archive

The Pennsylvania Newspaper Archive is the gateway to the Commonwealth’s historical full-text searchable newspaper database. Newspaper titles and holdings are continually added as they become available from all 67 counties stretching back to our colonial roots to the present. Newspapers can be browsed by title, date, or county.