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Help Tips toward Viewing and Searching the
- The following are pdf file links with a single
issue word search capability (with purchased Adobe software). Near
future data sharing with entities that have a different web software program
MAY allow for a "bundle" multiple issue search to occur. Those
partnering links will be supplied here as they occur.
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- This project and site is a work in progress
provided as a volunteer effort. Improvements will happen as learning
curves are acquired to deal with challenges.
Finally REALIZE the quality of the digitization's viewed is directly
tied to the quality of Idaho State Historical Society (ISHS) 47 microfilm reels
received for this project. IF the digital data retrieved is not
adequate for your needs our archives
contains over 4,600 hardcopies of mostly Kendrick
Gazette's, that spanned a publication period from 1890 to 1998.
They are located in our Research Center on the second floor level of the
the Kendrick Fraternal Temple building located at 614 E. Main St.
in Kendrick. The room is open with a request and is a work in
progress. Contact: Sharon Harris, President
Individual Newspaper File Coding: Newspaper Name--Volume #--Year--Month--Day
Grouped Newspapers Coding: Town - Time Period - Paper Name
From 2014 UofI Scanning: 1911
Juliaetta Sun Special Edition.pdf -- From the JKHF Research Center data base
Juliaetta - 1935-July 12 to 1937-May 6 - Juliaetta Bulletin