Publicity was a four page nationalist weekly tabloid started in 1930 by Elmer J. Garner. In 1942 it claimed a circulation of 5,000. The publication was considered seditious in 1942 and was suspended from the mail. Edward James Smythe wrote a weekly column for the paper titled "Unmasked."
Garner was an elderly defendant in the Great Sedition Trial of 1944 who died a few weeks after the trial began.
- Encyclopedia of the Great Plains, by David J. Wishart, page 711
- Voices of Defeat, Life, April 13, 1942, page 94
- Antisemitism in America, By Leonard Dinnerstein, page 134