The Town Crier was a weekly magazine focusing on Seattle’s news, arts and culture published between 1910 and 1938. Articles featured local artists, musicians, photographers and actors along with visiting shows and performances. The magazine included coverage of the work of Frank Kunishige, Edward Curtis, Ella McBride and more. Margaret Bundy Callahan, Seattle journalist and wife to artist Kenneth Callahan, served as editor of the paper beginning in the 1920s.
The library’s digital collection currently includes issues from January 6, 1912 to December 10, 1921. Issues through November 1938 will continue to be added to the collection over the coming months.