Silverhill News



SILVERHILL NEWS


A special thank you goes to Walter Guldbrandzén of Sweden for translating the following newsletters. Walter’s great uncle, Karl Edvin Guldbrandzen (later Charles Guldbrandzen) lived in Silverhill in the 1960s.
Please email Walter (wguldbrandzenhotmail.com) if you have any information on his great uncle.

The following newspapers were two pages
measuring 11 inches high by 16 inches wide,
folded in half and stapled to make a magazine of four pages,
11 inches high by 8 inches wide.
The photographs and printing were of magazine type quality.

1902

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1902

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1902

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(1903?)

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The following newspapers were four pages
measuring 11 inches high by 16 inches wide,
folded in half and stapled to make a magazine of eight pages,
11 inches high by 8 inches wide.
The photographs and printing were of magazine type quality.

1903

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1903

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April



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1903

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1903

June



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1903

July



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1903

November



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1904

February



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The following newspaper was six pages
measuring 10 1/2 inches high by 15 1/2 inches wide,
folded in half and stapled to make a magazine of twelve pages,
10 1/2 inches high by 7 3/4 inches wide.
The photographs and printing were of magazine type quality.

1905

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The following newspapers were six pages
measuring 11 inches high by 16 inches wide,
folded in half and stapled to make a magazine of twelve pages,
11 inches high by 8 inches wide.
The photographs and printing were of magazine type quality.

1905

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1905

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The following newspaper was six pages
measuring 10 1/2 inches high by 15 1/2 inches wide,
folded in half and stapled to make a magazine of twelve pages,
10 1/2 inches high by 7 3/4 inches wide.
The photographs and printing were of magazine type quality.

1907

August



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The following newspaper was six pages
measuring 10 5/16 inches high by 14 7/8 inches wide,
folded in half and stapled to make a magazine of twelve pages,
10 5/16 inches high by 7 7/16 inches wide.
The photographs and printing were of magazine type quality.

1907

October



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The following newspaper was six pages
measuring 11 inches high by 16 inches wide,
folded in half and stapled to make a magazine of twelve pages,
11 inches high by 8 inches wide.
The photographs and printing were of magazine type quality.

1908

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These newspapers are available for viewing at the Silverhill Public Library.