St. Louis Globe-Democrat Collection

Accession Number: MA 88:07
MA 88:35
MA 88:36
MA 88:40
MA 88:41
MA 8u:03
MA 90:01
MA 91:18
MA 91:27
MA 92:04
MA 92:13
MA 92:47
MA 94:15
MA 96:01
MA 01:13
MA 02:02
MA 02:08
MA 13:09
MA uu:90b
MA uu:131
MA uu:143
MA uu:144
Location:  SC Manuscript stacks, row 12
Dates:  1880s - 2009
Size:  13 boxes
Creator/Collector:  Collection created in Special Collections
Acquisition info: Individual items donated by Jim Flagg, December 1988; Margaret Sheppard, December 15, 1988, December 2001, and in the 1990s; Roy Cummings, December 15, 1985; Herb Waeckerle (donation date unknown); Tripp Frohlichstein (donation date unknown); Bill Cento, December 1988 and November 13, 1992; D. Goodrich Gamble (donation date unknown); Sewlyn Pepper (donation date unknown); John Dengler, 1988; Sue Ann Wood, September 1994; Frank Absher, December 2002, March 3, 1992, May 1996, and the late-1980s; Amour Krupnik, March 21, 2002; John Hagar, January 22, 1990 and February 22, 1991; Rick Stoff, January 14, 1992; Holly Hildebrand, October 3, 2013; Ray Noonan (donation date unknown); Cat Brown (donation date unknown)
Accruals:  Accruals expected
Custodial history: The collection was assembled over time in Special Collections that had been largely amassed between 1988 and 1992. The collection was formally created in the late 1990s, most likely in 1998.
Language:  English
Processed by:  Verna Smith (volunteer), 1990s; Jean Gosebrink, 1998; Sarah Cain, July 2014
Conservation notes: All items placed into acid-free folders and archival boxes. Metal fasteners removed. Some clippings have been copied onto acid free paper, chiefly those in box 3.
Scope and Content: The dated material covers the 1880s-2009 with the bulk of the material ranging from 1910-1984. The collection is organized into six subseries, the bulk of which consists of ephemera and publications that epitomize the legacy and history of the Globe-Democrat.
The Globe-Democrat, formed by a merger on May 8, 1875 between The Missouri Democrat and The Globe, began publication in 1875. The Globe-Democrat was sold to Newhouse Newspapers in 1955 and then sold again to Jeffrey Gluck in 1984. Gluck filed for bankruptcy in August of 1985, which ceased the newspaper’s publication. In early 1986, investors John Prentis III and William E. Franke made an effort to resurrect the paper, but their efforts failed during the fall of 1986.
On December 8, 2009, an online newspaper under the St. Louis Globe-Democrat name was launched. The online edition ceased on January 23, 2011.
Arrangement:  Categorical. Collection organized into subseries:
Subseries 1: Publications and pamphlets
Subseries 2: Ephemera, correspondence, and manuscripts
Subseries 3: Clippings
Subseries 4: Style and specimen books
Subseries 5: Memorabilia
Subseries 6: Oversized publications, ephemera, and memorabilia
Boxes 11 and 12 arranged chronologically.
Restrictions:  Copyright. Permission required to reproduce images.
Remarks:  

St. Louis Globe-Democrat Collection
1880s - 2009
13 boxes; 10.5 cu. ft.

Box/Folder Description
  Subseries 1: Publications and pamphlets
Box 1: Publications and Pamphlets
 1/1  Finding aid
 1/2  The story of the year, 1913: complete pictorial story of the leading events in connection with all matters of interest to the world at large / Published by the Globe-Democrat, St. Louis, 1914. Cover title: The Globe-Democrat’s story of the year in pictures: all the epoch-making events of 1913 illustrated / published by the Globe-Democrat. Copyright A.E. Hall. Ge-409 
 1/3  The geography of the Saint Louis trade territory / Lewis F. Thomas, 1924 (2 copies). 
 1/4  What makes the St. Louis Globe-Democrat a great newspaper. 3rd reprint, Dec. 15, 1949. MM-50/Ge-1369/MA 88:35 
 1/5  "How do you say Happy Birthday to a city?" Brochure announcing special Bicentennial edition of GD. 1964.
 1/6  The Globe-Democrat story: fighting for St. Louis since 1852. 1967. Ge-00928 
 1/7  The new home of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. 1931; with inserted GD Gravure picture section, Sunday, December 20, 1931. 
 1/8  The editorial that won the Pulitzer Prize / St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Promotional pamphlet that reprints Louis LaCoss’s editorial, "The low estate of public morals," Aug. 6, 1951, winner of Pulitzer Prize for 1952. 
 1/9  Great Americans speak on the low estate of public morals / St. Louis Globe-Democrat [1951?], 46 p. 
 1/10  The new face of St. Louis / by Al Delugach. Reprinted from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat [196-?] 
 1/11  St. Louis today: a constructive analysis / Allan Merritt, 1963. 16 p. Series by GD staff writer 
 1/12  The fight for industry / Morton Mintz. Articles that appeared in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat between April 28 and May 8, 1957 
 1/13  A contemporary "surveys" the field … and concedes us the big coverage / St. Louis Globe-Democrat, 1930. Ge-00929 
 1/14  St. Louis newspaper survey and analysis / D’Arcy Advertising Company, 1923. Ge-00927
 1/15  Reaching a larger St. Louis market, May 1959
 1/16  St. Louis Globe-Democrat: the newspaper of the 49th state, St. Louis, Missouri. Prepared in conformity with Standard Newspaper 
 1/17  How the people of St. Louis choose their newspapers / St. Louis Globe-Democrat, c1924 (2 copies). Ge-00887 
 1/18  Alcohol and highway safety: a six-article series written and published by St. Louis Globe-Democrat, October 18-24, 1969. Reprint, 1969 
 1/19  St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Special soldiers, sailors and marines edition. v. 1, no. 1-vol. 2, no. 1 (Dec. 1917-Jan. 1919) [bound]. Also v. 2, no. 1 (Jan. 1919). "Issued twice monthly for the War Camp Community Service Board -- compliments of The Globe-Democrat." Ge-334 
 1/20  St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Special monthly edition. v. 1, no. 1-v. 16, no. 6 (Aug. 1916-Jan. 1932) [incomplete]. Advertising miniature. Ge-00890 
 1/21  The Handclasp. v. 3, no. 1-v. 4, no. 8 (March 1943-Nov. 1944) [incomplete]. "For Globe-Democrat fighting men." Ge-00205/MA 94:15 
 1/22  St. Louis Globe-Democrat. [Women’s page special editions], Dec. 15, 1953, Dec. 7, 1954, 1959. Used to promote Globe-Democrat Food Demonstrations, Globe-Democrat fashion shows. Ge-00688/Pr-75/MA 91:27 
 1/23  Overset. v. 4, no. 5 (Oct. 1955). "Issued by the Globe-Democrat Publishing Co. by and for its employees." JP-0025/MA 88:35 
 1/24  St. Louis Globe-Democrat bouquets & brickbats. v. 1, no. 1-v. 2, no. 4 (Oct. 1981-Sept. 1983) [incomplete]. Staff newsletter. 
 1/25  TV Digest, 1965, 1968-1969. Ge-001481 
 1/26  St. Louis Globe-Democrat. News map of the world outlook; News map of the changing world. ca. 1960s. Ge-482/MA 92:47 
   Subseries 2: Ephemera, correspondence, and manuscripts
Box 2: Ephemera, correspondence, and manuscripts
 2/1  "Somebody’s been talking about us … (and we love it!*)" A mock greeting card, with insert offprint from Newsweek, August 22, 1960, "G-D vs. P-D." The back of the card is printed, "A genuine GLOBE greeting card "For those who care enough to spend the very best." 
 2/2  Letter, October 11, 1961, from G. Duncan Bauman to "our employees" with reprint of Human Events, Oct. 6, 1961: "The St. Louis newspaper war: conservative Globe-Democrat gains on liberal Post-Dispatch."
 2/3  The publicist’s Decalogue by Walter E. Orthwein, church editor, GD.
 2/4  Distinguished service award, May 5, 1967.
 2/5  St. Louis Globe-Democrat promotional calendar blotters, 1924-1933. Ge-00667
 2/6  The 1981 Vic Vac calendar. Ge-00894
 2/7  Delivery and carrier receipts, 1890s-1944.
 2/8  Postcards, 1880s-1924. Ge-00454, Ge-603
 2/9  Press passes. 1956. St. Louis Police Dept. press pass for William Cento; with his press pass for the East St. Louis Journal
 2/10  St. Louis Globe-Democrat Church News Clinic, 1964. Letter from George W. Carson, director of Public Relations, and program, June 1, 1964, Kiel Auditorium.
 2/11  Program from the Commemoration of the 40th anniversary of Lindbergh's historic transatlantic flight; 1 sheet folded; inside reproduces St. Louis Globe-Democrat front page, May 22, 1927; on back, "The Spirit of St. Louis" by Ted Schafers; celebration held on May 21, 1967 at Lambert Field. M-00078
 2/12  St. Louis Globe-Democrat cooking school program, October 11, 1934. Ge-001357
 2/13  St. Louis Globe-Democrat Semi-Annual Fashion Show programs, Kiel Auditorium: Feb. 1959, Feb. 1962, Sept. 1962, Feb. 1963, Sept. 1963, Feb. 1965, Feb. 1966, Feb. 1969. Ge-00350 
 2/14  Program, St. Louis Women of Achievement Luncheon, 1961, 1964
 2/15  Don Hesse Political Cartoons (drafts)
 2/16  Globe-news copy paper
 2/17  Advertising posters and brochures, 1902-1918.
 2/18  Marketing campaign letter for rural subscribers; with subscription form and return envelope. Circa 1920. Ge-001358
 2/19  Advertising, marketing and promotional materials, 1920s-1970s. Ge-259/MA 96:01; Pr-152/MA 92:47
 2/20  General rate card, 1984.
 2/21  Bust-normalizing leaflet
 2/22  Good news for women / St. Louis Globe-Democrat. 194-? Ge-00928 
 2/23  49th State Tour Club, ca. 1924- ca. 1931. Ge-00516b, Ge-00516, Ge-454
 2/24  49th State Safety Legion, 1936. Materials, including Certificate of Membership, sent to John Hagar by St. Louis Globe-Democrat in school safety promotion. Pr-30/MA 90:01 
 2/25  Letters, 1933, March 1945
 2/26  Correspondence with other metropolitan dailies re: upgrading suburban sections, Dec. 1959; includes Bill Cento’s "Plan for expanding Globe’s Suburban department" Dec. 1959 and memo to Suburban correspondents, Aug. 1959. Pr-26/MA 88:07
 2/27  "Final edition -- St. Louis Globe-Democrat. An old friend says goodbye." [flyer], February 25, 1984.missing 7/29/14
 2/28  Printout of copy for "farewell" edition of the SLGD under Newhouse ownership. 1984. Pr-05/MM-005/ MA uu:90b 
 2/29  Globe-Democrat sale facts repot
 2/30  Legal papers concerning the bankruptcy of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, 1986-1990. Ge-00630/MA 01:13
 2/31  Legal papers, 1984 (2 copies). United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri. State of Missouri; City of St. Louis, Missouri, plaintiffs v. Herald Co. and Pulitzer Publishing Co., No. 84-0040C (1). January 1984. Ge-00660
 2/32  Invitation. "Thanks to you we celebrate! Come help us celebrate our first anniversary." February 27, 1985. MM-052/MA 88:35
 2/33  Reunion, 25th anniversary of last edition, October 29, 2001. Ge-001381
 2/34  Globe-Democrat directories. Dec. 1956, Dec. 1959, Nov. 1960, Dec. 1965, Dec. 1981
 2/35  Personnel contact information, 1986-1987
   Subseries 3: Clippings
Box 3: Clippings
 3/1 St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Amateur Snapshot Contest
 3/2  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Awards & recognition
 3/3  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Building
 3/4 St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Christmas Choral Pageant
 3/5  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Closing and buyout, 1984-1987
 3/6  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Competition with Post-Dispatch, 1984
 3/7  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Election material, 1940
 3/8  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Employee Reunion, 2005
 3/9  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Employees
 3/10  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – History. JP-24
 3/11  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Legal
 3/12  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Man of the Year
 3/13  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Merger, Pulitzer-Newhouse
 3/14  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Modern Living Show
 3/15  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Newsboys
 3/16  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Newspapers in the classroom
 317  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Old Newsboys
 3/18  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Ownership statements
 3/19  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – St. Louis Globe Digest
 3/20  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – St. Louis Globe March
 3/21  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Quizdown [with KMOX]
 3/22  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Radio station KWGD
 3/23  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Sesame Street cartoon
 3/24  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – St. Louis Globe-Democrat online
 3/25  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Traffic Safety Drive
 3/26  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Women of Achievement, 1955-1959
 3/27  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Women of Achievement, 1956-1957
 3/28  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Women of Achievement, 1956-1971 (1 of 2)
 3/29  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Women of Achievement, 1956-1971 (2 of 2)
   Box 4: Clippings; 1959 strike; Newspaper Guild
 4/1  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Women of Achievement, 1960-1968
 4/2  St. Louis Globe-Democrat – Women of Achievement, 1969-1978
 4/3  1959 strike against GD – clippings
 4/4  1959 strike against GD – Strike Bulletin
 4/5  1959 strike against GD. Includes Guild ads, reports; GD position papers, correspondence. Pr-152/MA 92:47
 4/6  1959 strike against GD – Globe-Democrat management communications to striking workers.
 4/7  1959 strike against GD – Newspaper Guild publications
 4/8  Letter, 1959 March 26, from Richard H. Amberg, with Strike bulletin, March 26; Letter, 1959 May 6, from Richard H. Amberg to staff with enclosed copy of agreement with Newspaper Guild. 
 4/9  Globe Guild Unit grievance report, 1960 Nov. 4.
 4/10  The St. Louis Newspaper Guide Globe-Democrat pension plan / St. Louis Newspaper Guide. 1961. 
 4/11  Contract between the Globe-Democrat Publishing Company and the St. Louis Newspaper Guild. Effective February 1, 1958-expiring December 31, 1959; Effective January 1, 1960-expiring December 31, 1961, with Supplemental agreement; Effective January 1, 1962-expiring December 31, 1963; Effective January 1, 1964-expiring December 31, 1965. Pr-066/MA 91:18
 4/12  Contract between the Globe-Democrat Publishing Company and the St. Louis Newspaper Guild, effective September 1, 1978, expiring August 31, 1981 [1978]. 42 p. Signed by G. Duncan Bauman, Robert C. Hermann, Dec. 26, 1978. Ge-00946 
 4/13  Contract between the Globe-Democrat Publishing Company and the St. Louis Newspaper Guild, effective September 1, 1981, expiring February 28, 1985. [1981]. 45 p. Signed by G. Duncan Bauman, Robert C. Hermann, November 12, 1981. Ge-00947 
   Subseries 4: Style and specimen books
Box 5: Style books, manuals, specimen books, and correspondence.
 5/1  Advertising type book / St. Louis Globe-Democrat. 194-? Ge-00845/MA
 5/2  Type specimens / St. Louis Globe-Democrat. 195-? 
 5/3  Metroset type faces for display advertising in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. 1972. Ge-00303/MA 92:47 
 5/4  St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Style and procedure manual. March 1980. Includes correspondence between Ray Noonan and other G-D staff, 1981-1982. 
   Subseries 5: Memorabilia
Box 6: Printing plates
 6/-  1 typeset plate for the newspaper view of the Downtown Sports Stadium (Busch Stadium) as proposed by Civic Center Redevelopment Corporation
 6/-  1 typeset plate "Obituaries"
 6/-  3 typeset plates "Movie audience guides"
 6/-  1 typeset plate "The Daily Crossword by Norton Rhoades"
 6/-  2 typeset plates from 1960 presidential election: “It’s Kennedy”; “It’s Nixon”
 6/-  1 printing plate map of "Reservoirs of the Meramec Basin"
   Box 7: Telephone console
 7/-  Telephone console used in Globe-Democrat city room in the1950s and 1960s. MA 94:15
   Box 8: Promotional badges, 1930s
 8/-  Globe-Democrat promotional badges given away in 1930s. Pr-152/MA 92:47
   Box 9: Stamps, buttons, ID tags
 9/-  Globe-Democrat stamps used in newsroom. Buttons. Loser’s service Bureau and G-D ID metal tag/charms. Ge-00698/MA 02:08
   Subseries 6: Oversized publications, ephemera, and memorabilia
Box 10: Publications, ephemera, and memorabilia [oversized]
 10/-  T-shirt, "The Globe-Democrat – the tradition continues". Pr-83
 10/-  Globe-Democrat/Old Newsboys Day aprons (2 aprons). MM-00048
 10/-  coffee mug – "The St. Louis connection … St. Louis Post-Dispatch, evening/Sunday, an independent newspaper, and St. Louis Globe-Democrat, morning/weekend, an independent newspaper" Ge-00482/MA 8u:03missing 7/31/14
 10/-  coffee mug – "St. Louis Globe-Democrat" – in shape of globe
 10/-  Wooden cane, with silver band, "St. Louis Globe-Democrat 1917"
 10/-  Globe-Democrat 2 foot/8 ½ column ruler. Ge-031380
 10/1  [In envelope] Globe-Democrat pica-7" ruler/classified column; Globe-Democrat button "Global News / Achievement Award". Pr-119/MA 92:13; Button – "Fight Infantile Paralysis / Globe-Democrat Station KMOX / A mile o’dimes" (2 buttons). Ge-00696/MA 02:08; Medallion pin – "Night raider / Global news / the famous daily Globe-Democrat / the great Sunday Globe-Democrat". Ge-00696/MA 02:08; "St. Louis Globe-Democrat-KMOX Radio Spelling Bee School Champ 1958-59" felt badge; "Globe-Democrat KMOX Quizdown" 1 medal on red/white/blue ribbon in box 5x8 cm. Ge-00682; 2 metal key rings – "registered at the Losers’ Service Bureau, St. Louis Globe-Democrat", etc.missing 7/13/14
 10/2  Print-shop apron: red cloth with "St. Louis Globe-Democrat" in gold letters. Ge-001364
 10/3  St. Louis Globe-Democrat supplements, Sunday, April 16, 1916: Mary Pickford photograph; Sunday, April 23, 1916: Blanche Sweet photograph; Sunday May 14, 1916: Edna Mayo photograph. Ge-001370
 10/4  St. Louis Globe-Democrat 1852-1952 – magazine section published for the 100th anniversary of the newspaper, November 9, 1952. Pr-00026/MA 88:07 
 10/5  St. Louis Globe-Democrat The Magazine, Feb. 12-13, 1983. Cover, "Be my Valentine," by Vic Vac. 
 10/6  St. Louis Globe-Democrat magazine sections, 1911, 1913, July 1, 1934, Oct. 7, 1934. Ge-000261/MA 96:01
 10/7  Highway atlas … issued by the 49th State Tour Club, Division of the Globe-Democrat Service Bureau / St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Chicago: Rand McNally & co., c1948. Pr-00026/MA 88:07 
 10/-  Globe-Democrat point-of-purchase sign, "On sale here"
 10/-  Globe-Democrat point-of-purchase sign, "First in Daily Circulation"
   Box 11: Publications, Historic events, 1883-May 1969 [oversized]
 11/1  St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Wed., April 11, 1883.
 11/2  GD Sunday Magazines. June 19, 1927, issue dedicated to Lindberg; Jan. 8, 1928; Feb. 12, 1928 (2 copies). Ge-474b
 11/3  GD, Fri., Sept. 1, 1939. "Nazi Army Invades Poland; Flyers Bomb Four Cities." (extra, pages 1/2 and 11/12). NC-036/MA 88:36
 11/4  GD, Mon., Dec. 8, 1941. "Japan Declares War on U.S." (second extra, pgs. 1 -8). NC-100-02/MA uu:144
 11/5  GD, Mon., Dec. 8, 1941. "Japan Attacks U. S., Declares War." (late city extra, sections A and B). NC-100-02/MA uu:144
 11/6  GD, Tues., May 8, 1945. "Germany Surrenders." (front section, pgs. 1 – 8). NC-093/MA uu:141
 11/7  GD, Wed., Aug. 15, 1945. "War ends, Japans accepts."
 11/8  GD, Sat., June 16, 1951. "30 Killed in Charity Home Fire." (entire issue, sections A, B & C). NC-032/MA uu:131
 11/9  GD, Sat., June 20, 1953. "Rosenbergs Die in Electric Chair." (front page)
 11/10  GD, Tues, Nov. 17, 1953. Greenlease case. [see A Grave For Bobby RB-K 364.154] 
 11/11  GD, Sat., Dec. 17, 1960. “Air Collision Kills 132.” (front page)
 11/12  GD, Sat./Sun., Nov. 23/24, 1963. "Kennedy Assassinated in Dallas; Castro Sympathizer Is Charged." (pgs. 1 – 10; 2 copies); "Mizzou Game, Many Others Called Off; NFL to Play, Action Won’t Be on TV." (sports section, pgs. 1-8); "Tight Security Precautions Failed to Protect Kennedy." (section H, pgs., 1 – 4); "Johnson on Capitol Hill Since Age 29." (features section, pgs. 1 – 10). NC-099/MA uu:144
 11/13  GD, Sat./Sun., Nov. 23/24, 1963. "Kennedy Assassinated in Dallas; Johnson Takes Oath of Office." (2 copies -- front section, pgs. 1 – 10)
 11/14  GD, Mon., Nov. 25, 1963. "Kennedy Assassination Suspect Shot to Death in Dallas Jail." (front section, pgs. 1 – 12) (2 copies). NC-092/MA uu:144
 11/15  GD, Tues., Nov. 26, 1963. "World Leaders Pay Solemn Homage As President Is Buried at Arlington." (pages 1 – 18)
 11/16  GD, Tues., Nov. 26, 1963. "Johnson Talks to Foreign Leaders." (final edition, pp. 1 -12)
 11/17  GD, Sat./Sun., Nov. 30/Dec. 1, 1963. "Globe Letters Reflect Shock, Grief Over President Kennedy’s Death." (section H, pgs. 1 – 6)
 11/18  GD, Sat./Sun., Feb. 29-March 1, 1964. St. Louis Bicentennial edition.
 11/19  GD, Sat./Sun., Feb. 29-March 1, 1964. St. Louis Bicentennial edition. Pr-152/MA 92:47
 11/20  GD, Mon., Oct. 5, 1964. "Cards Win Pennant" (sections A and C)
 11/21  GD, Fri., Oct. 16, 1964. “Cards Win Series!” (sections A and C)
 11/22  GD, Sat./Sun., May 3/4, 1969. "Fulton Is Spruced Up For Its Finest Hour." (feature section, pgs. 1 -12). NC-136/MA 8u:03
   Box 12: Publications, Historic events, July 1969-Oct 1986 [oversized]
 12/1  GD, Mon., July 21, 1969. "Men Walk on Moon" (4 copies -- sections A, B, and C). NC-069-04/MA 88:41; GD, Tues, July 22, 1969. "They’re coming home"; GD, Wed., July 23, 1969. "Earth is pulling Astronauts home"; GD, Thurs., July 24, 1969. "Apollo splash-down target shifted"; GD, Fri., July 25, 1969. "Heroes are home"; GD, Sat.-Sun, Aug 21-22, 1971. "Missouri: 150 years of statehood" (special sections H-I)
 12/2  GD, Fri., Aug. 9, 1974. "Nixon Will Resign." (sections A and B); GD, Fri., Aug. 9, 1974. "Nixon Resigns." (2 copies -- sections A and B); GD, Fri., Aug. 9, 1974. "Nixon Resigning." (sections A and B). NC-035-04/MA 88:41, MA 88:36
 12/3  GD, Sat./Sun., Aug. 10/11, 1974. "Ford Takes Over." (2 copies -- entire issue, sections A thru F); (front section, pgs. 1 - 16). NC-123-03/MA 88:41
 12/4  GD, Sat./Sun., May 21-22, 1977. 50th anniversary of Lindbergh’s flight 
 12/5  GD. Fri., Jul. 1, 1977. 125th birthday edition
 12/6  GD, Thur., March 9, 1978. "Season’s Snow Is Most in 66 Years, But Sun on Way." (front page)
 12/7  GD, Thur., Oct. 21, 1982. “World Champs!” (pages 1 - 20)
 12/8  GD, Sat./Sun., Feb. 12/13, 1983. "Lawyer Accused of Bribe Attempt." (entire edition, sections A thru E, plus comics)
 12/9  GD, Tues., July 5, 1983. Veiled Prophet Fair, "‘Classiest Party of All’." (front section, pgs. 1 - 16). NC-140/MA 8u:03
 12/10  GD, Tues., Nov. 8, 1983. "PLO Battles Rebels in Tripoli." (front section, pgs. 1 - 20). NC-102; Wed., Nov. 9, 1983. "School Tax Hike Bond Issue Fails.” (pgs. 1, 2, 5, and 6)
 12/11  GD, Aug. 22, 1985; Aug. 25, 1985; Sept. 11, 1985
 12/12  GD, Wed., Oct. 29, 1986. Last edition of GD. "Saga of St. Louis’ Revival Soars to National Heights." Final edition (2 copies). NC-033/MA 88:36
   Box 13: Publications and ephemera [oversized]
 13/-  "The exuberance of playing children..." John L. Dengler photograph. Mounted clipping, Nov. 25, 1972. NC-119/MA 88:40
 13/-  "People watcher’s delight." Festival of the Little Hills, St. Charles, Mo. John L. Dengler photographs, Aug. 13, 1973. NC-117/MA 88:40
 13/-  "An eerie feeling," article on Weldon Springs with photographs by John L. Dengler, Aug. 20, 1972. NC-121/MA 88:40
 13/-  "Downtown designs," John L. Dengler photographs. Mounted clipping Jan. 7, 1974. NC-L-122/MA 88:40
 13/1  Strike bulletin, March 8, 1959; March 9, 1959. PR-00152/MA 92:47 
 13/2  GD, Sunday Magazine Section, July, 31, 1921.
 13/3  GD, Thurs., April 13, 1978. "The record: the Holocaust in history, 1933-1945." Section TR. Published by the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith in cooperation with the National Council for the Social Studies.
 13/4  GD, "Where History Repeats Itself". August 1977 [1998], November 1944 [1999]; April 1950 [2001]; Nov.-Dec. 1950 [2002]; Mar.-Apr. 1865 [2003]
 13/5  Proofs for final edition. Sat., Feb. 25, 1984. Original pages and page proofs of what was to be the final copy of the Globe-Democrat, Sat., Feb. 25, 1984. The intended edition was never published when Jeffrey Gluck bought the Globe and started publishing on February 27, 1984. Edition put together by Amour Krupnik and Sue Ann Wood, but killed by publisher Duncan Bauman "just before we were ready to go to print." Pictures the members of the features dept., Metro/Mo, Metro/Il, editorial page, photography dept., copy desk. sports department, art dept., management, reference dept. Articles feature past publishers, Globe traditions, Globe women of achievement., memories by Ted Schafers, and former globe employees, Beulah Shcacht, Carl Major, Ralph Wagner, etc. NC-00144/MA 02:02, Ge-00660
 13/6  Metal printing plate used for final G-D edition under Newhouse ownership, February 25-26, 1984. MA 13:09
 13/7  GD. "History at your doorstep … as reported in the pages of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat" (2 copies). Reproduces GD front pages from San Francisco fire, April 10, 1906; Lusitania sinking, May 8, 1915; Titanic sinking, April 16, 1912; Cardinals win World Series, Oct. 10, 1944; Lindbergh flight, May 22, 1927; Men walk on moon, July 21, 1969; Declaration of war on Japan, Dec. 8, 1941; Germany surrenders, May 8, 1945; Japan surrenders, Aug. 15, 1945; Kennedy assassinated in Dallas, Nov. 23-24, 1963; Cards win Series, Oct. 16, 1964.
 13/8  Advertisements for GD. "You live on Wall Street." Pictures James A. Cockrell, GD financial editor and a note from Elving N. Anderson, advertising director. AD-50/NC-00109/MA 88:35; "A sense of direction." Pictures Don Hesse, Hamilton Thornton (editor of the Editorial Page) and Robert Suits, a note from Elving N. Anderson, advertising director, is included. AD-51/NC-00110/MA 88:35; "Here’s half a story." Pictures GD reporters at work, by Bob Briggs, chief GD photographer. AD-52/NC-00111/MA 88:35; "No job for a disc jockey." Pictures George Killenberg, city editor, photo by Bob Briggs, chief GD photographer, also shows note from Elving N. Anderson, advertising director. AD-54/NC-00112/MA 88:35; "You’re a benchwarmer, too!" Pictures Bob Burnes, GD sports editor, interviewing Johnny Keane and Stan Musial, note from Elving N. Anderson, advertising director. NC-00113/MA 88:35; "Direct line to facts." Pictures GD Washington correspondent Edward O'Brien interviewing J. Edgar Hoover, note from Elving N. Anderson, advertising director. AD-55/NC-00114/MA 88:35; "GUTS." Pictures Don Hesse, John Costello, Hamilton Thorton, photo by Bob Briggs, chief GD photographer. AD-57/NC-115/MA 88:35
 13/9  Samples of Globe-Democrat Suburban sections. South Area Section, Dec. 10, 1958; West Area Section, Dec. 22, 1960; West Area Section, Jan. 5, 1961
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