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About The Daily talk. [volume] (Salem, Or.) 1879-188?
Salem, Or. (1879-188?)
The Daily talk. [volume] : (Salem, Or.) 1879-188?
- Place of publication:
- Salem, Or.
- Geographic coverage:
- Dates of publication:
- Daily (except Sundays)
- Salem (Or.)--Newspapers.
- "A paper calling itself Talk had been started in 1879 as a morning daily, and Frank Conover and associates (Conover & Co.) had carried it on as a daily for seven years. In 1886 it dropped to a weekly and suspended the next year."--History of Oregon newspapers / by George S. Turnbull, Binfords & Mort, c1939, p. 139.
- Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 72 (Sept. 13, 1879).
- Latest issue consulted: Vol. 4, no. 95 (Oct. 1, 1880).
- Some issues have been microfilmed by the University of Oregon.
- sn 93051634
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