Library of Congress
THE research library of all American research libraries.

Chronicling America
An online archive of American newspapers, from 1836 to 1922.

American Memory
Collections of songs, maps, images, and narrative that make up the American experience.

New York Public Library Digital Gallery
Hundreds of thousands of digitized selections from the NYPL holdings, from historical maps to photographs to artwork.

Fulton History
Not just about the history of Fulton, NY, the website has an amazing archive of old newspaper pages from around the state.



“Newsies the Musical” Official Site

“Newsies” on IMDB


New York City History

The Bowery Boys
A highly entertaining blog and podcast about New York City history, from the early days up to recent events.

Forgotten NY
Chronicling the forgotten aspects of New York City history, from street names to unusual locations.

Tenement Museum (97 Orchard Street)
Notes from the Tenement Blog
Notes from the Tenement Blog Archive
A fascinating museum bringing to life families who resided in the 97 Orchard Street tenement between 1863 and 1935.

News PAPER Spires
The virtual exhibition of an Skyscraper Museum exhibit focusing on the skyscrapers of Newspaper Row.


Other Sites of Interest

City Hall Park 1899 on Pinterest
Follow City Hall Park 1899 on Pinterest for photos of newsgirls, newsboys, and life as it was in turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century New York City.

City Hall Park 1899 on Twitter
Follow City Hall Park 1899 on Twitter.

A blog featuring vintage photographs, named after someone from a Lewis Hine photo.

Photographs from the Chicago Daily News: Newsboys Surviving
A photo essay about Chicago newsboys.

The Kids Who Shouted the News
An interactive feature from the New York Times.