The collection of prints contains several thousand different documentaries from the middle of the 19th century to the present. The collection contains copies of old newspapers, newspapers made in the IOC, brochures, posters, declarations, and leaflets.
Koprive, a humorist-satirical magazine, came out in Zagreb from 1906 to 1939; falls in line with the most famous journals. Their caricatures were made by cartoonists: Branimir Petrović, Pjer Križanic, Slavko Vereš, Ivo Tijardović and many others. The museum has all copies printed from 1 June to 6 December 1919. In some numbers, a dozen cartoons of prominent illustrators of these satirical texts have been published that clearly illustrate the time and state of mind in Rijeka that year.
Liburnia, a magazine of the Rijeka Mountaineering Society, went to Rijeka every two months from 1902 to 1915, and from 1920 to 1930 in Trieste. In addition to the articles dealing with mountainous issues, historical texts and reviews of historical publications have also been published. The museum has 21 copies of Liburnias between 1908 and 1928.
L’Illustrazione Italiana, printed in Milan; The museum has seven numbers from 1919. Each number has a special section of the A River Liberator, where the photographs and texts on entering D’Annunzio in Rijeka were published.