Portland State University. Department of World Languages and Literatures
Louis J. Elteto
Date of Publication
Master of Arts (M.A.) in German
World Languages and Literatures
1 online resource (147 p.)
The St. Josephs-Blatt was a German-language newspaper published by the Benedictine monks of Mt. Angel Abbey from 1896 through 1952. The only fully extant collection of the St. Josephs-Blatt resides in the archives of Mt. Angel Abbey. The current archivist and Mt. Angel historian is Fr. Martin Pollard, who graciously allowed me to examine original copies of the newspaper and gave me the benefit of his personal historical expertise about both the paper and Br. Colestin. For my research on the newspaper I did not use the original bound copies of the Blatt, which were too sensitive and brittle to handle safely, but a microfilm copy of the St. Josephs-Blatt, made by the University of Oregon Library in 1965.
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Harmon, Steven Wayne, "The St. Josephs-Blatt, 1896-1919" (1988). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3820.