Kansas newspapers on microfilm
Kansas newspapers are among the Historical Society's largest and earliest collections, as it was originally founded by Kansas newspaper editors. There is a nearly comprehensive collection for the state, most of which is on microfilm. Kansas residents can borrow newspaper microfilm by placing a request with their local library for an interlibrary loan. Out-of-state researchers should contact KSHS reference staff for more information.
Kansas newspapers online
Chronicling America - a limited number of our newspapers are available online through grant funding provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities in cooperation with the Library of Congress.
Kansas Digital Newspapers program - The Kansas Digital Newspapers (KDN) program seeks to digitize and make available on the Internet digital editions of historic Kansas newspapers. The Kansas Historical Society (KSHS) manages KDN with support from both public and private partners, and draws on its comprehensive state newspaper collection, including more than 50,000 rolls of newspaper microfilm created by KSHS.
Newspapers by selected subjects: