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Searchable newspaper databases, some dating back to the 1700s, as well as access to the Eau Claire papers, and historical magazines, "The Rosenkrans" and "The Eau Clairion Weekly Pictorial News."

 

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The Rosenkrans magazine was published in Eau Claire four times a year with a subscription price of $1.00 per year.  In April of 1920 the name changed to The Chippewa Valley.  Edited by Helen Rosenkrans, the magazine was, as stated on its title page, "a periodical devoted to telling the truth (as we see it)."  The Eau Clairion Weekly Pictorial News was published in the 1950s and contained local pictures and news articles on a variey of topics.

The Rosenkrans Magazine, January, 1916-January, 1920 and The Chippewa Valley, April 1920-January, 1922 

Eau Clairion Weekly Pictorial News, May, 1950-December, 1950

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ACCESS Newspaper Archives
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Articles from historical newspapers from around the United States and world, many dating back hundreds of years.

Eau Claire Newspapers, 1858-1923
Fully searchable by keyword and date, use the archive to gain a local perspective on historical news, to research your family history or to read about a person or event of interest.

Wisconsin Local History and Biography  Articles
Thousands of historical newspapers articles on Wisconsin people and communities from the archives at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel Archives
Find articles from the Milwaukee Journal, 1884-1995, the Sentinel, 1909-1995 and the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, 1995-2007.s

The Scene:

Pop culture newspaper of happenings in the Chippewa Valley from June 1992 to July 1994.

 

 

 

 

 

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