30+ of the Funniest, Strangest, and Most Relatable Vintage Headlines

Before social media existed, people got all their new from newspapers and magazine publications. Each town had it’s own tiny newspaper, and would often report on funny things that happened on the day-to-day.

Here are over 30 of the most hilarious vintage newspaper headlines and articles – you might just agree that humans haven’t changed all that much!

30+ of the Funniest, Strangest, and Most Relatable Vintage Headlines

A Game from a 19th Century Book of “Indoor Amusements.”

Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, Arizona, May 7, 1934

Barnard Bulletin, New York, December 20, 1935

Chariton Courier, Keytesville, Missouri, December 16, 1904

Chicago Tribune, Illinois, April 15, 1954

Detroit Free Press, Michigan, March 6, 1932

Feather River Bulletin, Quincy, California, January 23, 1930

Flapper’s Dictionary, Santa Cruz Evening News, April 29, 1922

Folk-lore from Adams County, Illinois, 1935

Hot Dog- Regular Fellows Monthly, December 1921

The Allentown Democrat, Pennsylvania, May 8, 1913

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