Philadelphia free press.
- Other Title:
- Free press
Temple free press
Temple free press
Prensa libre de Filadelphia
- Philadelphia, Pa. : Freedom Press
volumes : illustrations ; 44 cm
Ceased in 1974.
- Continued By:
- Philadelphia worker
- Underground press publications -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.
Social movements -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Newspapers.
Racism -- Pennsylvania -- Newspapers.
Radicalism -- Pennsylvania -- Newspapers.
Philadelphia (Pa.) -- Newspapers.
Philadelphia County (Pa.) -- Newspapers.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements.
Black Panther Party.
Underground press publications.
Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia
Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia County.
- Place of Publication:
- United States Pennsylvania Philadelphia.
- Text in English and Spanish with added title page in Spanish,
- "Philadelphia" appears above title,
Philadelphia Free Press was originally launched at Temple University in May 1968 as the monthly Temple Free Press, it separated from Temple and became the Philadelphia Free Press in September 1968.
"The Temple Free Press is an independent, student-owned newspaper serving the Temple community. The Free Press has absolutely no connection with Temple University."--vol. 1, no. 5, September 9, 1968, page 3.
"The Free Press will not publish on Monday, June 2. Beginning June 9, 1969 Temple Free Press will appear as the Philadelphia Free Press."--Vol. 1 No. 37, May 26, 1969, page 1.
Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 5 (July 1969); title from caption.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Charles D. Dickey, Jr., Fund.
RBC copy purchased for the Penn Libraries in 2017 from D. Anthem, Bookseller.
- Freedom Press.
Charles D. Dickey, Jr., Fund.
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