Tag Archives: SmallTownPapers
The historic wildfires raging in central Washington have strong ties to the SmallTownPapers family. Not only does the company founder, Paul Jeffko, have a home and property which have been affected by the Carlton Complex wildfire but it was in … Continue reading
It’s exciting to see growing resources of historic newspapers which have been digitized and made online accessible. But what you’ll find is that most have been digitized from the newspaper’s microfilm archive. What about newspapers that never created microfilm versions? … Continue reading
We’re finding an increasing number of historical societies and other organizations applying for community grants to help them pay to have their local newspaper archives digitized and made online accessible. A great success story comes from Bothell, Washington, north of … Continue reading
We recently received a great message from Wabaunsee County, Kansas Historical Society archivist Greg Hoots. Great had just discovered past issues of his local newspapers on SmallTownPapers and commented, “While we have an archives of actual hard copies of many, … Continue reading
Q: What is SmallTownPapers? A: SmallTownPapers, Inc. scans historic newspaper archives and uses Internet technology to make the digital copies accessible to anyone with a computer. SmallTownPapers works with publishers to create high quality images of newspaper archives that are … Continue reading
Subscribers to some of the country’s largest information providers such as LexisNexis are now able to access unique content from small town and rural America within the “Discover America’s Story” title.
SEATTLE, WA – August 29, 2005 – SmallTownPapers, Inc. is pleased to introduce ArchiveInABox, turn-key archive management for newspapers. ArchiveInABox is a complete system, created by SmallTownPapers, that publishers can use to move their printed and microfilmed newspaper archives into … Continue reading