[Ads-l] San Francisco Chronicle Digital Archives

Dave Wilton dave at WILTON.NET
Mon Sep 16 19:27:48 EDT 2019


  
  
  
    
    	There must be multiple Newsbank packages. My access through Princeton U has 1924-current.
    	
    	

    	
    
  




On Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 6:23 PM -0400, "ADSGarson O'Toole" <adsgarsonotoole at GMAIL.COM> wrote:










GenealogyBank is part of NewsBank, I believe.
According to the link below the NewsBank company has the following
coverage: San Francisco Chronicle (1869-Today)

https://www.newsbank.com/libraries/colleges-universities/solutions/top-resources/newsbank-integrated-archives/san-francisco-chronicle-1869-today

But NewsBank has many different databases. The coverage varies from
one database to another.

I just checked GenealogyBank and it claims the following coverage:
San Francisco Chronicle 01/16/1865 – 12/31/2017

I just checked NewsBank Access World News and it claims the following coverage:
San Francisco Chronicle 1985 – Current

On Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 5:22 PM Dave Wilton  wrote:
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> Newsbank has them.
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> Shapiro, Fred
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> Subject: [ADS-L] San Francisco Chronicle Digital Archives
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> Is Genealogy Bank the only online source for facsimile images of the San
> Francisco Chronicle for the 1923-1984 period?
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> Fred Shapiro
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