Newspaper Collections and the Baha'i Faithcompiled by Steven Kolins
1. Research collections of the Baha’i Faith and newspapersCollections of newspaper clippings like at newspapers.com are linked by user account IDs:
2. Guide to other resourcesIn addition to newspapers.com there are other sites some Baha’is have collections while other sites one cannot host a collection but can be rich for people that collect them. In addition annotated bibliographical collections have been from time to time published (cf Dr. Amin’s and Jan Jaison’s books, and a few collections on bahai-library.com such as 1845 and 1850) or hosted at Bahaipedia such as at bahaipedia.org/Category:Newspapers).
Examples of other digital collections:
There are also collections of newspaper broadly under the category of newsbank.com but which is generally available under sub-collections and usually through university libraries. A commercial subset is available at genealogybank.com which used to have things available ONLY by subscription but recently has changed so that clippings are publicly accessible. I find their collection often supplements blind spots in newspapers.com.
An interesting middle ground between public clippings and private access only is britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk which allows the results of *searches* to be public though the clippings remain private.
A special case collection is also at uhia.revealdigital.org which features pro-and-anti-KKK type newspapers and the like. Alas most of these are behind an internal institutional paywall but some Baha’i results have been found.
Important in helping to contextualize and focus such research are genealogical sources as may be accessed via a number of projects, perhaps most notably FamilySearch.org and WikiTree.org which are variously free and provide access to resources like census collections, passport applications, lists of ship passengers, etc.