|Accession Number:||MA 00:03
|Location:||Manuscript stacks, row 13|
|Physical Size:||1 box; 0.40 cu. ft.|
|Creator/Collector:||Collected by A.J. Cabanellas|
The first accession of the four issues from 1981-1982, and two issues from 1999-2000 was donated by A.J. Cabanellas on June 6, 2000.
The second accession of one issue from 2001 arrived at an unknown date.
|Accruals:||Further accruals expected.|
|Custodial history:||The collection was assembled over time by A.J. Cabanellas and was originally housed in the St. Louis Publication Collection in the Media Archives. In April 2019, the issues were removed from the St. Louis Publications Collection and a distinct collection was created.|
|Processed by:||Kristina Impastato, April 2019|
|Conservation notes:||Issues placed in acid-free folders.|
|Scope and Content:||The collection of Noisy Paper spans the years 1981-82 and 1999-2001. Noisy Paper was a local St. Louis publication created by Carrie Lindsey. Lindsey served as the editor and publisher. The earliest issues of the photocopied zine included reviews, letters, local events, and offered the Circuit Board providing St. Louis area bands space to announce and advertise activities. By 1999, NoisyPaper was reformatted to a newspaper tabloid and was published monthly expect for January and July. It remained a free publication and was dedicated to covering the local arts and music of St. Louis along with some national interests.|
|Remarks:||Jean Gosebrink accession numbers Ge-477 and Ge-417.|
Acc. #MA 00:03; uu 186
1 slim letter Hollinger; 0.20 cu. ft.
|1/2||1981 – November, December MA 00:03|
|1/3||1982 – February-March (two copies), March–April #10, July-August (partial) MA 00:03|
|1/4||1999-2000 – September #1, December-January #4 (two copies)|
|1/5||2001 – July #17|