BANNER OF LIGHT
Based in Boston, the Banner of Light began publication in 1857, established by William Berry to publicise the seances of Jennie Conant (1831-1875). It became the longest running spiritualist journal, with articles from resident mediums, book reviews, transcripts and letters. The popularity of the paper led to the opening of an office in Cincinatti in 1866 to expand its coverage across the country, and had a national circulation. Many of the most prominent spiritualists of the time worked for the paper, and ran seances in one the offcie's rooms several times a week.
WILLIS, FRED L. H. "ON THE OFFICE AND CONDITION OF LITTLE CHILDREN IN THE SPIRIT-WORLD." Banner of Light, 21 June 1862
LUM, DYER D. "THE NATURAL HISTORY OF RELIGION." Banner of Light, 14 Aug. 1869
HYNEMAN, LEON. "GOD AND NATURE DUAL." Banner of Light, 21 Sept. 1872
WETHERBEE, JOHN. "MODERN SPIRITUALISM." Banner of Light, 26 Dec. 1874