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1. Cooper mss., 1921-1935 2.5 linear feet (2 boxes)

Kent Cooper, 1880-1965
The Cooper mss., 1921-1935, consists of the papers of newspaperman Kent Cooper, 1880-1965, including correspondence of Kent Cooper chiefly with journalists, releases for newspapers, and newspaper clippings.
 

2. Corbacho mss., 1912-1951 1 Box (1 standard)

The Corbacho mss., 1912-1951, consists of correspondence and documents written by, sent to, and concerning historian and Peruvian diplomat,Jorge María Corbacho, 1881-1947, and his collection of Latin American manuscripts.
 

3. Ralston, Jennie Craven mss., 1894-1950 3 Boxes (2 standard, 1 custom)

Ralston, Jennie Craven, 1861-1954
The Ralston, Jennie Craven mss., 1894-1950, consists of the papers of Indiana's Democratic National Committeewoman and wife of Samuel Moffett Ralston, Indiana Governor and US Senator, Jennie Craven Ralston, 1861-1954.
 

4. Student Newspapers collection, 1950-2018 12.3 cubic feet (23 newspaper storage boxes, 1 oversize flat storage box, and 1 letter-size documents case.)

Indiana University South Bend
This collection contains newspapers created by and related to the students of Indiana University South Bend, spanning a date range from 1950 to the present. Noteworthy titles in the collection include The Preface (1969-present), the university's preeminent and longest-running student newspaper, and IU Center News (1950-1962), the university's first student-run publication. The collection includes several other shorter-lived IU South Bend student publications, as well as other area newspapers that have been collected because of IU South Bend student, faculty, and/or alumni involvement.
 
Indiana University Liberian Collections
The Liberian Newspaper Collection is one of the largest collections of Liberian newspapers in the world. An exhaustive list of titles, including many with small circulation or a limited run. The collection is ever growing and the finding aid will be updated frequently to reflect the additional titles.