Historical Newspapers & Regional Publications

This Week in Kalamazoo History

“NOTICE. —New line of stages from Kalamazoo to Allegan, twice a week, as follows: Leaves Holman’s Hotel, (Kalamazoo,) Wednesday’s and Saturday’s at 8 o’clock A.M., passes through Otsego to Allegan the same day. Leaves Fisk’s Hotel, (Allegan,) Tuesday’s and Friday’s at eight o’clock A.M., and arrives at Kalamazoo the same evening. Good teams and every attention paid to the accommodation of passengers.   A. Johonott, Proprietor.”

— Kalamazoo Gazette, 24 June 1837

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Kalamazoo Public Library now provides access to historic issues of the Kalamazoo Gazette via a custom collection of select titles from the “America’s Historical Newspapers” collection, powered by NewsBank.

Explore a keyword searchable database of Gazette issues from 1837 through 1922, plus 2005 to current. (Limited to in-library use only.)

The Historical Newspapers & Regional Publications database is designed to allow online keyword search of historic newspapers, photographs, and other Kalamazoo Public Library holdings that were previously only available on microfilm. Additional publications will be added as resources allow.

The database includes the library’s holdings of: 

  • Kalamazoo Telegraph (1844-1916)
  • Miscellaneous Kalamazoo Publications (1864-1922)
  • (Kalamazoo) Progressive Herald (1912-13)
  • Allegan County Record (1869-71)
  • Augusta Beacon (1902-1952)
  • Climax Cereal (1900-1912)
  • Climax Crescent (1913-2012)
  • Otsego Union (1897-1922)
  • Otsego Weekly Union (1875-1888)
  • Scotts Cereal (1905-06)

...and more.

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Updates and improvements are being made continuously. Should you encounter errors or wish to leave a comment, please use the feedback link provided at the bottom of each search page. Thank you!

Local Information Database »

KPL’s Local Information Database combines indexing of local newspapers, magazines, historical photos, and other Local History resources, including the Kalamazoo Gazette. Library staff add new records to this rich resource of more than one million items every day. Visit the Local Information Database.

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