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042 $a msc
245 04 $a The Sun-herald.
260 $a Charleston, W. Va. : $b [s.n.], $c 1914-
300 $a v.
310 $a Weekly
362 0 $a Vol. 8, no. 30 (July 26, 1914)-
362 1 $a Ceased in 1916? $z Cf. W. Va. Legislative Handbook.
500 $a "Independent."
500 $a First few issues printed in Oak Hill, W. Va., while printing press was being moved from Fayetteville, W. Va. (office of Fayette Sun)--to Charleston, W. Va.
500 $a Editor: W.P. Campbell.
515 $a Continued numbering of: Fayette sun.
752 $a United States $b West Virginia $c Kanawha $d Charleston.
780 04 $t Charleston herald $w (DLC)sn 85059819
780 04 $t Fayette sun $w (DLC)sn 85059616
785 00 $t West Virginia federationist $w (DLC)sn 85059874