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Title:
The New Lexington tribune. : (New Lexington, Ohio) 1873-1926
Alternative Titles:
  • Tribune
Place of publication:
New Lexington, Ohio
Geographic coverage:
  • New Lexington, Perry, Ohio  |  View more titles from this: City County, State
Publisher:
James F. McMahon
Dates of publication:
1873-1926
Description:
  • Ceased in 1926?
  • Vol. 2, no. 27 (Mar. 6, 1873)-
Frequency:
Weekly
Language:
  • English
Notes:
  • "Republican." Cf. Gutgesell, S. Guide to Ohio newspapers, 1974.
  • Editor: James F. McMahon.
  • Publication was located in Somerset, Ohio before Mar. 6, 1873 and was known as: Somerset tribune. Somerset tribune moved to New Lexington, Ohio and became: New Lexington tribune (New Lexington, Ohio : 1873). Before publishing as the New Lexington tribune (New Lexington, Ohio : 1873), the publication absorbed: Perry County Republican (New Lexington, Ohio).
  • Published as: Tribune, Mar. 6, 1873.
  • Published on Thursday.
LCCN:
sn 85038089
OCLC:
11712178
Holdings:
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