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September 1, 1991 | CHARLES HILLINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I know of no better way to feel the texture of life in a locality in a time gone by, than by roaming the pages of its old newspapers . . ." --Historian Murray Morgan As Henry Snyder turned the fragile pages of the May 25, 1894, Der Sud-California, a long-forgotten, German-language newspaper published in Los Angeles, he mused: "Newspapers are man's single-most important source of written information. Yet, they are one of our most neglected historical resources."
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September 1, 1991 | CHARLES HILLINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I know of no better way to feel the texture of life in a locality in a time gone by, than by roaming the pages of its old newspapers . . ." --Historian Murray Morgan As Henry Snyder turned the fragile pages of the May 25, 1894, Der Sud-California, a long-forgotten, German-language newspaper published in Los Angeles, he mused: "Newspapers are man's single-most important source of written information. Yet, they are one of our most neglected historical resources."
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