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American and Commercial Advertiser Collection

MSA SC 4149
Dates1854-1856
MediumOriginal, microfilm, electronic
RestrictionsRESTRICTED: Do not circulate originals without the permission of the Registrar or the Director of the Maryland Newspaper Project
StorageContact the Department of Special Collections for location.
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Newspaper, American and Commercial Advertiser
History
(Baltimore: Dobbin & Fulton)

The American and Commercial Advertiser began publication January 2, 1854 [v. 109, no. 17,891] and ceased December 31, 1856 [v. 114, no. 18,820]. It was published daily. It was also published as the American & Commercial Advertiser. Other editions include the Baltimore Weekly American (Baltimore: 1855). The newspaper continues the American and Commercial Daily Advertiser (Baltimore: 1802-1853) and was continued by the Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser (Baltimore: 1857-1861).

Archives' collection includes issues for August 10, 1855, [v. 92, no. 18,389], August 14, 1855 [v. 112, no. 18,392], August 17, 1855 [v. 112, no. 18, 395].

This title is available online through Google Newspapers: American and Commercial Advertiser, 1854-1869


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