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Last Updated: Jul 09, 2015     Views: 135

Hi Cindy,

We have the Brownsville Telegraph here on microfilm. The problem is finding a place we can search to find the articles, rather than browsing through the microfilm! I'll have some time later today to see what I can come up with.

The microfilm of the paper is located on the 2nd floor...We can help you use it when you come in:

Title/Author: Brownsville telegraph.
Alternate Title: Brownsville telegraph and the morning telegraph
Previously Titled: Brownsville evening telegraph
Continued By: Telegraph (Brownsville, Pa.)
Publisher: Brownsville, Pa. : Brownsville Pub. Co., Inc., 1928-1969.
Physical Description: 40 v. : ill. ; 56 cm.
Frequency of Publication: Daily (except Sunday)
Dates of Publication: Vol. 14, no. 189 (Sept. 4, 1928)-v. 54, no. 287 (Dec. 11, 1969).
Notes: "Serving Fayette, Washington and Greene counties."
Sometimes bears other title information: "formerly Brownsville evening telegraph."
"And the morning telegraph" appears below title on masthead, <Dec. 27, 1928>.

Database: California University of PA, Manderino Library
Location: Shelved On/In Microfilm (2nd Floor)
Call Number: Cabinet #1sms iconText me this call number
Shelving Title: Brownsville telegraph
Number of Items: 120
Status: Not Checked Out
Library Holds: (1928 - 1969)

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