• Collection: GERMAN-IOWAN NEWSPAPERS
DM-Iowa-Post.1860-06-30.Lincoln-für Präsident.Half-Crop.jpg

In 1860, the Iowa Wöchentliche Post, a Republican newspaper based in Des Moines, announced the nomination of Abraham Lincoln as Republican candidate for President to its readers.
DM-Staatsanzeiger.1874-07-30.John-P-Irish-Controversy1.jpg

In reaction to a letter John P. Irish had published in the German newspaper Dubuque National-Demokrat, attacking Joseph Eiboeck's rhetoric in a speech at the Anti-Monopolist state convention in July 1874 in favor of including a license plank in the…
IC-Banner.1900-11-09.Norddt-Lloyd.jpg

Advertisement for the services of H. Mahraun, Iowa City agent for the North German Lloyd packet line.
Davenport-Demokrat.1874-02-12.Eiboeck-kauft-Staatsanzeiger.Crop.jpg

The Davenport Demokrat publishes a notice that Joseph Eiboeck has bought the Iowa Staats-Anzeiger in partnership with P. Gehr.
Davenport-Demokrat.1874-02-12.Besteuerung-von-Kircheneigentum.jpg

The text of the petition, translated from an English petition in circulation at the time, requests that the Iowa General Assembly revoke the tax-exempt status of church property. In support, it claims that the value of church property (in Iowa?)…
DM-Staatsanzeiger.1874-07-23.Engl-Dept.German-Press-Review1.jpg

Eiboeck reviews both German and English newspapers in the state regarding matters of interest to "liberal" German voters. Some German papers have endorsed the Anti-Monopoly party ticket, while others advise rejecting the party, which refused to…
DM-Staatsanzeiger.1874-07-23.Contra-JP-Irish.jpg

In reaction to a letter John P. Irish had published in the German newspaper Dubuque National-Demokrat, attacking Joseph Eiboeck's rhetoric in a speech at the Anti-Monopolist state convention in July 1874 in favor of including a license plank in the…
DM-Staatsanzeiger.1913-01-31.New-English-Columns.jpg

Incoming editor Paul Krüger thanks his readers in German for their positive comments regarding his changes in the typeface and layout of the Iowa Staats-Anzeiger. In English, he announces that he will do his best to continue the paper's…
DM-Staatsanzeiger.1913-01-24.New-Publisher.jpg

The announcement explains that Valentin Peter has purchased the Iowa Staats-Anzeiger following the death of Joseph Eiboeck. Not mentioned here is that Peter was already publisher of the Omaha Tribüne and had previously purchased the Council…
DM-Staatsanzeiger.1913-01-17.Dt-Amerik-Lib-Staatsverband.jpg

Joseph Eiboeck, who had passed away on 8 January 1913, had been president of the German-American Liberal League of Iowa. With the annual meeting of the league imminent, Paul Krüger, secretary of the Liberal League, requests that other members of the…
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