St. Louis Post-Dispatch (ProQuest Historical Newspapers)
Coverage Dates:1874-2003
Access:In-library and remote access. Off-Campus Access Information.
Updated:Not updated
Full Text:Yes
Description:Founded by Joseph Pulitzer as his first newspaper, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch provides valuable coverage of regional events such as the 1904 World's Fair and the completion of the Gateway Arch, as well as a uniquely Midwestern perspective of local, national, and international news.
Search all of SLU's ProQuest Historical Newspapers (New York Times, Chicago Tribune, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and Chicago Defender) at the same time by clicking here.
Print Equivalent:Pius Library owns some of this newspaper in print and/or on physical microfilm. Please search the SLU Libraries Catalog for years and location.
Assistance:Contact the Pius Library Circulation Desk at (314) 977-3087, or your Subject Librarian.
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Last Updated September 12, 2023.