Dear fellow historians,
I am writing to you to see if you might be able to help me locate something I'm looking for. I have been collecting sources on an American woman who (covertly) worked for Mussolini's fascist dictatorship during the 1930s (as a 'journalist') for a few years now. One of the areas where my documentation has always been rather sparse is the period during which she went to Spain to cover the Civil War (on the Nationalist side) for the North American Newspaper Alliance (NANA). She allegedly drove 10,000 miles around Nationalist Spain in 1937 reporting for this newspaper syndicate before departing for Morocco (and onward to Ethiopia to tour Fascist Italy's colony there). I am trying to figure out which papers this NANA was syndicated with. The syndicate's Wikipedia page says that there were 50 American newspapers involved, but I can't find a single mention of any one of these individual newspapers. I am not really sure how I can go about trying to retrieve any of her reporting, especially since the syndicate disseminated its authors' articles nationally. Do you have any advice for me as to where I might look and how I might go about trying to track down her reports?
Thank you very much for your advice.