19th Century U.S. Newspapers, from Gale, provides access to historic primary source newspapers, featuring full content and images from numerous urban and rural publications throughout the U.S. Wisconsin newspapers are well represented, including significant runs of The Milwaukee Journal, Milwaukee Sentinel, and Wisconsin State Journal. Of all of the long-running features in The Milwaukee Journal’s Green Sheet section, one of the most-requested has been one that wasn’t the Journal’s to start with.

Green Sheet Remember the Green Sheet in the Milwaukee Journal? It was the kids section of the paper with comics, Ask Andy, puzzles, etc. The green-colored section premiered on May 14, 1927 with a $1000 naming contest. Apr 22, 2011 · So is the Green Sheet — it disappeared in 1995, when the Journal merged with the Milwaukee Sentinel. But that memory came back to me as I browsed Brian Walker’s “The Comics,” a beautiful ... You are here: Obituaries > Wisconsin > Milwaukee > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Searching obituaries is a great place to start your family tree research. Obituaries can vary in the amount of information they contain, but many of them are genealogical goldmines, including information such as: names, dates, place of birth and death, marriage ...