Although the convention ran from June 7-10, newspaper coverage started earlier and ran later than the convention dates. There is also coverage of the meeting in Washington, D.C., in November 1891 where Minneapolis was chosen for the convention city. The footnotes in June Holmquist's "Convention City" article provide lots of specific dates, as do the footnotes in Iric Nathanson's "African Americans and the 1892 Republican National Convention, Minneapolis" article.
St. Paul Daily Globe
St. Paul Dispatch
St. Paul Pioneer Press
The Minnesota Historical Society holds the world's largest collection of Minnesota newspapers, with dates ranging from 1849 to the present day.
Past issues of most newspaper titles are available on microfilm in the MNHS library, but there is also digital access to select newspapers.
Use the links to the left to search for newspapers available at MNHS and to search within digitized newspaper collections.
Gale Family Library
Minnesota Historical Society Library
Located on the Second Floor of the Minnesota History Center
345 West Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55102
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Sunday to Wednesday: Closed