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Kent County News Collection

MSA SC 3432
Dates1946-2000
MediumOriginals, microfilm
RestrictionsRESTRICTED: Do not circulate originals without the permission of the Director of Special Collections
StorageContact the Department of Special Collections for location.
Film Number(s)SCM 5072 - SCM 5134, SCM 7025 - SCM 7045, SCM 8008 - SCM 8015, SCM 8233, SCM 11770 - SCM 11773, SCM 11782 - SCM 11801, SCM 12101 - SCM 12115, SCM 12316 - SCM 12319, SCM 12566 - SCM 12573, SCM 12843 - SCM 12846
Description
Newspaper, Kent County News
History
(Chestertown, Kent County: Kent Publishing Co.)

The Kent County News began publication February 1, 1946 [v. 1, no. 1] and published weekly. The newspaper was formed by the union of the Kent News (Chestertown: 1840) and the Chestertown Transcript (Chestertown: 1862).

Archives' collection includes 160th anniversary edition, September 25, 1953 [MSA SC 514] and 150th Anniversary edition commemorating the Battle of Caulk's Field, August 26, 1964 [MSA SC 3432].

This project was made possible through funds provided by the Maryland State Archives and the United States Newspaper Program of the Library of Congress and the Office of Preservation, National Endowment for the Humanities.


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