Wisconsin historical society

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'''Wisconsin Historical Society''' (WHS) includes a library of rare publications. The zines at the WHS are part of a larger Newspapers and Periodicals Collection that was largely amassed by librarian emeritus and print culture scholar [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Danky James Danky].
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===Zines===
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All zines made in Wisconsin are collected, as well as political zines. The zines are fully cataloged in the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Wisconsin Historical Society's shared online catalog [http://madcat.library.wisc.edu/index.html MadCat]
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Newspapers & Periodicals Wisconsin Historical Society 816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706
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Newspapers & Periodicals<br>
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Wisconsin Historical Society <br>
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816 State Street<br>
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Madison, WI 53706
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Wisconsin Historical Society (WHS) includes a library of rare publications. The zines at the WHS are part of a larger Newspapers and Periodicals Collection that was largely amassed by librarian emeritus and print culture scholar James Danky.

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Zines

All zines made in Wisconsin are collected, as well as political zines. The zines are fully cataloged in the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Wisconsin Historical Society's shared online catalog MadCat

Newspapers

The Society Library owns 11,740 bound volumes, 100,000 reels of microfilm, and 17,000 sheets of microprint spanning three centuries of American newspaper history. Particular strengths include Wisconsin newspapers, colonial and early American newspapers west of the Appalachians, and the largest collection of labor and trade union papers in the nation.

The Library's holdings of 1960s "underground" or alternative newspapers are also extensive. Other areas of the collection that have attained national importance are Native American and African-American newspapers. Among rarities in the newspaper collection are the first African-American and Native American newspapers and the first Bohemian, Dutch, Norwegian, and Spanish language newspapers published in the United States.

Periodicals

The library maintains approximately 7,800 subscriptions to current periodicals on all aspects of American social and political life. Its retrospective holdings include virtually all American magazines of news and opinion published before 1860, and specialized periodicals published by abolitionist, ethnic, military, religious, radical/reform, labor, and women's organizations. Visit African-American periodicals for details about this collection. Most newspapers and periodicals held by the Society Library are available for Interlibrary loan, Photocopying and General circulation to borrower.

Contact

Newspapers & Periodicals
Wisconsin Historical Society
816 State Street
Madison, WI 53706

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