Webpage 1 : November - December 1918:
- Masthead for the November 14, 1918 edition, the first issue published after the artistice was signed.
October 4, 1917, p.2, editorial section.
A Look Back at the Reaction to the Trading with the Enemy Act of October 6, 1917.
- Newpaper address, founder, ownership, editor, subscription information
- If the Cap fits, wear it! from the December 5, 1918 edition
- Teacher's Journal on the Warpath against German Names from the December 12, 1918 edition.
Webpage 2 : January - April 1919:
- January 2, 1919. Accusations against Foreign Language Newspapers misguided
- January 2, 1919. A Refreshing Change
- January 9, 1919. Obituaries for Theodore Roosevelt
- January 9, 1919. It just makes sense!
- January 9, 1919. Noteworthy Causes of Wars, The Classics in Yiddish, In Madame Tussaud's Chamber of Horrors
- January 16, 1919. Statement issued by the American Friends of German Demmocracy
- January 16, 1919. "Friends of German Democracy" Banquet, Roosevelt's Last Will and Testament
- January 30, 1919. History of the Parachute
- February 6, 1919. Women in These New Times.
- March 6, 1919. Louis N. Hammerling resigns, German Names
- March 13, 1919. A Word opposing Unamerican Agitation
- March 27, 1919. How We abused the Loyalty of Our Foreign Born, Our Boys in France and in Germany
- April 17, 1919. The most successful Purification of the German Language
Webpage 3 : May - August 1919:
- May 1, 1919. Signs in Buffalo Restaurants, Germans once again allowed to become Citizens
- May 8, 1919. How Strong is the German Element in the United States?
- May 29, 1919. Official Appreciation of the Patriotic Work of the Foreign Language Press, to the Readers of our Newspaper, Hyphenism is Dead
- June 19, 1919. The German Language diligently studied at the Univerity of Pennsylvania, The Origin of the word "Pumpernickel"
- July 31, 1919. A Balloon crashes through a Roof, Soldiers who were not U.S. Citizen receive Citizenship without waiting, The German Order of the Harugari 235 Years Ago, Fateful Days: A Poem by Hermann Hesse
- August 14, 1919. The Foreign Language Governmental Information Service, The 73rd Session of the German Order of the Harugari
- August 21, 1919. War Lies Once and For all
- August 28, 1919. Shall German be Banned?
Webpage 4 : September - December 1919:
- September 4, 1919. To Our Readers (raise in subscription prices)
- September 11, 1919. All German Prisoners of War to be sent Home September 25th
- September 25, 1919. German-Americans
- September 25, 1919. Food Packages to Germany and German Austria
- November 6, 1919. No Conversations in the German Language : A Decree from Police Commissioner Weir of West Hoboken, N.J.
- November 6, 1919.Ban on German Opera, A Poem in Protest to the Ban on German
- November 6, 1919. American Pilots to photograph the entire United States
- November 13, 1919. Wagner's Meistersinger performed in Paris
- November 13, 1919. Chinese see another War (unless all German territory returned to China)
- November 20, 1919. Two large German Newspapers merge, A Lesson in Selling to Foreigners
- November 27, 1919. The Myth of the Much-Touted German Propaganda
- December 11, 1919. The German Language is Indespensible, Surveillance of German-American Letters to Germany
Webpage 5 : January - December 1920:
- January 8, 1920. Ludendorff Sees Disaster Approaching
- April 15, 1920. From the Life of Deadwood Dick
- April 15, 1920. French Academy in Quandary
- April 22,1920. The Letter from a Traveler
- April 22, 1920. Due to Paper Shortage
- April 22, 1920. Nowadays, Everything is "Less."
- April 22, 1920. Notification to our Readers
- May 6, 1920. The Germanic Tribes
- May 13, 1920. Subscription Prices, The German Language Newspapers in America
- July 29, 1920. Foolishness Costs A Life (Going over Niagara Falls in a Barrel)
- September 2, 1920. Goethe and the Banned St. John's Eve Bonfire
- September 23, 1920. America excludes Germans
- October 7, 1920. Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, etc.
Required by the Act of Congress of August 24, 1912.
- October 7, 1920. German Pilot will attempt a Transatlantic Flight
- December 2, 1920. The Zipfer in America
- December 9, 1920. The Syracuse Union becomes Agent for the "United American Lines."
Webpage 6 : January - December 1921:
- January 6, 1921. Pessimism in the German Press
- January 27, 1921. Syracuse Union Banner
- February 17, 1921. German Language Instruction reintroduced in the High Schools of Chicago
- March 17, 1921. Opinion: I dispute the thoroughly American opinion that it is desirable for the German to stop speaking his mother tongue, German Instruction in Minneapolis
- March 31, 1921. Dedication of the Harugari Temple in Buffalo.
- April 14, 1921. The Revolution 400 Years Ago: On April 18, 1521 Martin Luther stood before the Diet of Worms and proclaimed Religious and Personal Freedom
- April 21, 1921. The German Newspapers, Argentinian Declaration for the German People
- April 28, 1921. Ladies' Dresses with "Pipe Pockets."
- May 5, 1921. Prof. Einstein honored in Washington
- June 23, 1921. A "Boche" with a French Military Medal
- July 14, 1921. The Curse of Spiritualism, [Einstein] Criticizes America
- July 21, 1921. Dr. Einstein describes his impressions of America in a cable as extremely favorable,
Dreaded Indian Summer
- July 28, 1921. Airplane with a Speed of 312 Miles per Hour
- August 4, 1921. America To The Alien
- August 26, 1921. Practical Advice for the Foreign-Born Population, Experiences of a German Physician in South America
- October 13, 1921. German Culture, German Reinstated into High School Curriculum, The House Blessing
- October 13, 1921. On the Comportment of German Nationals Abroad: Ten Golden Rules for Germans Traveling Abroad
- October 20, 1921. Dr. Hexamer, Founder of the National Alliance (The Bund,") Victim of Wartime Propaganda, Women Studying in Prussia
- November 24, 1921. The "Electric Chair" for Dogs and Cats
Webpage 7 : January - December 1922:
- January 26, 1922. Free Masons Advocate for the German Language
- February 9, 1922. The German Press: Despite Numerous Injuries It's No Less Influencial
- April 6, 1922. The Mennonites: "Because Our Children Shall Remain German.", Tips for Everyone!
- May 4, 1922. A Victory for Americans of German Heritage
- May 11, 1922. German War Widows Want to Establish a Colony in Mexico
- May 18, 1922. A German Newspaper's Lament
- May 25, 1922. A Berlin Menu from April 26, 1922
- June 8, 1922. Mayor of Buffalo fined for Prohibition Infraction
- June 15, 1922. Men with Red Hair and Long Ears Sought, German-American Citizen's Alliance of the United States
- June 22, 1922. 67,697 Germans May Immigrate, Brewer Busch versus Lasker, The Significance of Our Song Festival, Jean Jacques Rousseau: A Calculation to Contemplate
- July 20, 1922. A Stork as a Greetings Messenger
- August 10, 1922. Mr. Hoffmann's Impressions of His Trip, Straw Poll on Prohibition, A Library in Your Vest Pocket
- August 24, 1922. The Zips, The Martydom of Wine Tasting, the Flea Trade
- December 21, 1922. American Soldiers as Santa Claus
Webpage 8 : January - December 1923:
- February 16, 1923. Incredible Rate of Inflation
- March 23, 1923. Bazaar by the Syracuse Aid Society Committee, A New Gimmick, An English Witness: What Richard Lee saw in Germany
- April 13, 1923. German in the Schools
- April 27, 1923. Arrest Warrant for Hitler, General Degoutte and the Bordello Owners
- May 4, 1923. Greetings!
- June 1, 1923. The Criminal Culture
- June 22, 1923. German Girl Turns to the Syracuse Chief of Police, Celebration for New Citizens
- June 29, 1923. 60 German Girls in Syracuse
- July 6, 1923. James R. McGuire on the German Community, Going to Church and Sunday Car Drives, German Maid will not sell Herself
- July 13, 1923. Subscription Information, The Klan has a Newspaper
- July 20, 1923. Among German-Americans There is a Lack of Racial Awareness
- July 27, 1923. A New Portrait of Luther Found, Double Misfortune
- August 3, 1923. The Revival of German Day
- August 19, 1923. The Fliegende Blätter [The Flying Leaves Magazine], A Mysterious Shipping Accident
- August 24, 1923. Buffalo's Germans Protest
- September 28, 1923. Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, etc. required by the Act of Congress of August 24, 1912
- October 12, 1923. Penniless Bride Abandonned at the Train Station, How the War Started: The Sixteen Theses of Count Max Montgelas, His Majesty, the Dollar in Germany, Desires to be Deported
- October 19, 1923. Establishment of a new German-American State Association, Need Knows No Commandment
- October 26, 1923. Goethe as a Jurist, Killed by a Poisoned Pipe
- December 14, 1923. Testament of a Freethinker By C. Peil
Webpage 9 : January - June 1925
- January 16, 1925. Poet Spitteler is dead, Mother Jacobine Neuhardt, a reader of the Syracuse Union for many years, celebrates her 101st Birthday.
- February 6, 1925. The Land of Endless Possibilities
- February 27, 1925. Buffalo's German Citizens Busy: New Amalgamation of Associations and Individuals; Mayor Schwab becomes a Member, German-Americans and New Immigrants Establish a Strong Economic Organization, Maturity Comes Eventually
- March 6, 1925. How Bock Beer Was Created in Germany
- March 13, 1925. The First Victim in the War for American Independence was a German Boy, Why the Tree Frog is Green, The Musical Horse
- March 20, 1925. George Washington responded in German to a Welcoming Address
- April 3, 1925. New German Books at the Northside Library, A Successful Marriage, 25 Years in the Newspaper Business, Surgery in the Middle Ages, Multilingual Library for Ellis Island
- April 10, 1925. Immigration to Brazil, A Modern Spirit, One Kind of Person, Enfante Terrible
- April 17, 1925. How Many Germans live in the World? Citizens Military Training Camp, Fishing Licenses
- April 25, 1925. Long Tall Plüskow dies in Kassel at the Age of 73
- May 8, 1925. The Painter and the Poet,
A Look at the New German Harugari Temple being built in Syracuse
- May 22, 1925. The Most Recent Immigration Statistics,
Two Germans supposedly played Traitors during the War
- May 29, 1925. Ontario's Beer without a Kick, Musical Director Sousa sues Lorillard Co. because It used his Picture in an Advertisement, Tägliche Rundschau and Zeit merge
- June 5, 1925. Adolph Hitler without a Country, The German Population in Venezuela, Remarkable Paths to Marriage
- June 19, 1925. American Praise for German Culture
- June 26, 1925. The Sängerfest in Buffalo followed a Noble Path — Utica Männerchor wins First Place — Syracuse Liederkranz takes 2nd and Arion, Syracuse takes 3rd Place.
Webpage 10 : July - December 1925
- July 3, 1925. How "Huns" Acted
- July 10, 1925. The Prehistory of Paper
- July 17, 1925. Sensation Murder of a Deserter: Philip Knapp, Son of a Rich Syracuse Resident, being sought throughout the Entire State
- July 24, 1925. Great Joy in the Ruhr District: Düsseldorf, the Surrounding Region to the Ruhr Valley, and Duisburg also abandonned by the Allied Forces
July 31, 1925. Intoxicating Drinks in the Life of Populations; Expansion of American High Finance in Germany
- August 14, 1925. Brew Ha-Ha: The Bavarian Beer Tax; After 35 Years at the Utica Deutsche Zeitung [Utica German Newspaper] Mr. Otto Poepel searches for a New Sphere of Activity
- August 21, 1925. The Mountain without a Railroad: A Satire about the Future in the Year 1995; The Man who burgled His Own Castle; Historic Advertisement
- August 28, 1925. From the German Community in Siberia
- September 4, 1925. Grand Lodge Meeting of the
German Order of the Harugari; Visiting Lyons, N.Y.; Echoes from the Harugari Convention in Utica
- September 4, 1925 page 4. On September 13th Standard Time Returns; To All Germans in North and South America
- September 4, 1925 page 7. Hun — German Soldier; Let Our Children Learn German!; The Obedience of Wives
- September 18, 1925. Examine the Injustice: Tarzan the Untamed; On Spies and Counterspies during the Time of the World War; In Search of the Treasure of the Incas
- October 9, 1925. Ruppert Leads the Fight for Beer; Cunning, a Cartoon
- October 23, 1925. The Conference of the Expatriated German Community in the Old Homeland.
August 29 through September 2, 1925; In the Homeland of the Elephant: A Memoire on Old German East Africa; Snuff Is Popular Again
- November 13, 1925. Concerning Immigrant Bonds
- December 4, 1925. German Hardship in Bessarabia; Windmills as Instruments of Suicide
- December 11, 1925. Stories about Germans cooking corpses during the War officially disclaimed in British Parliament
Webpage 11 : January - June 1926
- January 22, 1926. Newspaper Banner
- January 22, 1926. A German-American Unjustly Accused of being an Enemy Foreign National, The Myth about Children's Hands being hacked off
- February 19,1926. Two Different Things, a Cartoon
- February 26, 1926. A Short Biography of Mr. John J. Bausch, Founder and President of Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.
- April 2, 1926. The Fate of Spies : How German Spies Fared in England during the War, The "Grandmother of the Ochrana" in the Prisoner's Box
- April 16, 1926. Sometimes Americanizing Americans is More Necessary than Americanizing Immigrants
- April 23, 1926. Canada Takes In Immigrants
- April 30, 1926. German Aviator will make His Way across the Ocean to New York [Ernst Udet], The Adventurer Trebitsch-Lincoln, Mysterious Mansion Fires in England
- May 13, 1926. England's Greatest Liars
- May 28, 1926. A Petition
- June 4, 1926. Mrs. Einstein's Astonishing Announcement, The Recluse Millionaire
- June 18, 1926. A Bomb Attack, What do the Unemployed and the Employed earn? Schenectady's German Newspaper Publisher celebrates his Silver Wedding Anniversary, Female Police Officers in Service in Dresden, Battle with Skeletons : The Cabaret "Nichts"
- June 25, 1926. The Islands of the Lepers
History, Folklore, Travel and Cultural Features:
- November 21, 1918. A Journey on the Congo
- April 20, 1922. The Most Famous of All Magical Roots: Mandrake
- August 21, 1919. Table Customs
- January 15, 1920. The Hieroglyphics of the Germanic Peoples
- June 9, 1921.
The First Great Victory of the German People
- November 24, 1921.German Song : An Uplifting Portrait of the Impact of Homeland Songs
- January 26, 1922. From Days Long Ago: The German Pioneer Society of Onondaga County
- June 8, 1922. The Fate of the Former German Colony in the South Seas
- July 27, 1922. Old Love Songs
- August 24, 1922. The German-American Citizens Alliance - "The Bund"
- December 21, 1922. Goethe's Most Beautiful Christmas Present
- February 20, 1925. In Chains from the Ruhr District to Saint Martin de Ré
- December 18, 1925. A Romantic Life: The Rise and Fall of the Executed Spy, Mata Hari; How A Spy Bureau Is Organized