Wednesday, March 05, 2008

New Collection of Twentieth-Century Newspapers on Microfilm

Thanks to a generous contribution from the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, subsidized by the generousity of the Sidney Frohman Foundation, the Sandusky Library has received a microfilm collection of the Sandusky Daily News, a short-lived newspaper founded in 1934.There are ten reels of the newspaper available for viewing in the Archives Research Center, covering from August 16, 1934 to December 31, 1937. Additional reels may become available in the future. Although this newspaper is not indexed, it offers a unique source of information, presenting another perspective on life in Sandusky during the Great Depression.

To read this newspaper, come and visit the reference department!

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