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Campbell Press 1952-03-27
This series of newspapers ranges from 1895 through 1954. The paper tracks local (Campbell), Regional (Santa Clara Valley), State (CA), and national history. The Campbell Press was one of the only local papers in Santa Clara Valley in the early 1900s and documents the agricultural growth of the valley. Later issues capture the transition into tech. Years beyond 1954 may be available directly from the Campbell Museums. Source material provided by the California Newspaper Microfilm Archive.
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