B. F. Adams Papers
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Processed by: Lucinda Barnhart, December 2004
Revised by: Elizabeth M. Wilkinson, March 2006
Benjamin Franklin Adams was thirteen years old when he and his friend, D. W. Nelson, drew three newspapers in Fairfield, Indiana. No other information is available on B. F. Adams.
This collection contains three handwritten newspapers from Fairfield, Indiana. The newspapers include, “The Joker’s Budget”, “The Illustrated Journal”, and “The Weekly Journal”. Each paper contains articles, poetry, comics, and advertisements for local businesses. B. F. Adams and D. W. Nelson are listed as proprietors and editors.
1859, March 1. “The Joker’s Budget”
1859, March 7. “The Illustrated Journal”
1859, March 14. “The Weekly Journal”
Size of Collection: 1 folder, 3 items
Collection Dates: 1859
Provenance: William B. Lewis, Indianapolis, IN, 1979 April 25
Restrictions: Original items are too fragile to photocopy. Surrogates can be photocopied instead.
Reproduction Rights: Permission to reproduce, exhibit, or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Manuscript Section, Indiana State Library.
Alternate formats: None
Related Holdings: None
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