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Eleven Stanford University football players set in formation with center waiting to snap ball to quarterback. Cartoon illustration bracketing either side of main photo.

1902 Rose Bowl: First College Bowl Game

Posted by: Mike Queen

Political cartoon showing the new President Franklin Roosevelt opening a door to previous President Herbert Hoover. Hoover is depositing a basket with a flailing baby in at the doorstep. Exclamations come from the basket including bank problems, unemployment, war debts, budget, and farm problems. The caption of the cartoon is 'it's his baby now'.

Lost and (Almost) Found: An Orphan Political Cartoon

Posted by: Joanna Colclough

Fighters from Mars title illustration in New York Evening Journal that appeared at the beginning of each installment

H.G. Wells’ Fighters from Mars?

Posted by: Mike Queen

Top half of a newspaper page with the title Apache Drumbeat, and visible headline that reads Issue on Education.

Searching Native American Newspapers in Chronicling America

Posted by: Malea Walker

It’s a Nice Day for a White (House) Wedding

Posted by: Heather Thomas

Black and white image of Nellie Bly, newspaper journalist, in a Victorian-style, houndstooth button-down dress holding a handbag in her left hand and a hat in her right hand.

“Behind Asylum Bars:” Nellie Bly Reporting from Blackwell’s Island.

Posted by: Amber Paranick

Illustration of men and women at a party drinking cocktails.

11 Historic Newspaper Cocktails

Posted by: Thomas Beheler

Illustration of a long snake-like sea serpent with mouth open.

Snallygasters and Cadborosauruses: Exploring American cryptids with Chronicling America

Posted by: Joanna Colclough

A child carrying a bundle of newspapers in one hand, the other arm held high with a copy of the Anchorage Daily Times, the headline reading

Cops and Guinea Pigs: Treasures Found in Chronicling America

Posted by: Joanna Colclough