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Los Angeles Examiner


Type of Resource: newspaper


Place of Publication Sacramento, CA

Resource http://www.library.ca.gov/california-history/newspapers/

Type of Access Available at Library Only [via Database or Microfilm]

Library / Archive California State Library
900 N Street, Room 200
Sacramento, CA 95814

Contact (916) 654-176

Frequency of Newspaper Publication Daily

Description The Los Angeles Examiner was published daily from 1933-1945. Access to this newspaper on microfilm can be found at the California State Library, which has three locations in Sacramento (main campus) and San Francisco.

The State Library website provides a finding guide for microfilm newspaper collections by organized by county. Newspapers on microfilm may be viewed on-site or borrowed. Some digitized collections, such as those of the Oakland Tribune, and papers from San Bernardino, Santa Cruz, and other cities are available onsite at libraries in Sacramento or San Francisco using Newspapers.com.

Language English