The Reform Advocate (The Advocate)

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The Reform Advocate (The Advocate)
Frequency: Weekly
Language: English
Period:
1891 - 1946
Country: United States
Publication Place: Chicago
Editors: Emil G. Hirsch, Tobias Schanfarber, Gerson B. Levi, Sidney J. Jacobs
A weekly newspaper published in Chicago for over 50 years. Founded and edited for many years by Emil G. Hirsch, a prominent figure of the Reform movement in America.
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Issues Available on Site:
2,421 Issues
63,685 Pages
Between years: 1942-1891

 

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Quality Status: Good
The digital copy was produced mostly from good quality paper copies. The latter years were prepared from scanned microfilm in a fair condition. There are various problems with tearing, blurred print, stains, and black streaks. Some of these problems stem from the newspaper’s original printing, while others are a result of the copies’ storage conditions.