Wild Bill Hickok is another. Neither are commonly found in newspapers of the day with the Hickok report being one of the more difficult to find, and typically on a brief report when found. We recently came across the "New York Herald" of August 13, 1876 with the report & thought it worth sharing: The strange and the unusual make interesting additions to a newspaper collection, not only in the reports within the newspaper but the newspaper's appearance as well. One issue from our private collection is significant for not only being a desirable title from Deadwood City in the "Black Hills" as noted in the dateline, but the front page and back pages have the columns printed alternately in red and blue ink. From what I can gather by the front page text they seem to be celebrating Washington's birthday in a very creative way. It certainly makes for an unusual presentation. We have found that many newspapers from the Old West included unusual formats, likely due to the difficulties of printing so far from the metro areas of the East Coast. Have you found some similarly unsual newspapers which are now in your collection? If so, what might they be?