Tag Archives: Newspapers

Clipping the History of Buffalo

“Serious students researching a local subject may find that the library is way ahead of them” touted a Buffalo Evening News article from 1967. Indeed, the  Scrapbook Collection in the Grosvenor Room has helped many by providing a significant slice … Continue reading

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Beyond Vital Events Announcements: Newspapers in Genealogy Research

Many family historians think of newspaper research in narrow terms: birth, marriage, and death announcements.  Newspapers can provide so much more.  Here are some examples: Advertisements: for family businesses, an ancestor’s property for sale, a business move, going out of … Continue reading

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Those lost newspaper clippings…

Most of us have clipped and saved a newspaper article about ourselves, a friend, or family member.  And over the years, these little clippings can be easily lost or torn.  Or we can no longer identify when the article was … Continue reading

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