|Owner(s)||The White Corporation|
|Founder(s)||George W. Kingsbury|
|Founded||September 19, 1861|
|City||Junction City, Kansas|
The paper had its origin in the Smoky Hill and Republican Union which began publishing on September 19, 1861, founded by George W. Kingsbury. The Daily Union in its final incarnation began publishing on June 24, 1896, under the ownership of John Montgomery, E.M. Gilbert, and W.C. Moore.
- Junction City Publisher Dies, Fort Scott Tribune, October 15, 1985 (noting death of publisher John D. Montgomery, 82, third generation to operate paper)
- A Little Daily Union History, The Daily Union (website), Retrieved September 27, 2010
- Connelley, William E. History of Kansas Newspapers - 1854-1916, p. 194 (1916)
- Harry E. Montgomery, The New York Times, May 23, 1954 (noting death of publisher Harry E. Montgomery, 78, father of John D. Montgomery, who returned to the town two years prior to co-publish the paper)
- The Montgomerys, Lawrence Journal-World, February 9, 1973 (noting return to town of John Grey Montgomery, son of John D., to publish paper)
- "INDIANA, KANSAS DAILIES SOLD TO FAMILIES". NewsInc. Retrieved 2016-07-23.
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