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Week of December 6th Headlines   100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (December 7, 1917) *Active Campaign Launched for Santa Clara and Alviso Waterway and Terminals: Chamber of Commerce Will File Elaborate Data with Government Supporting Plan for Reduction of Freight Rates *New Stamps are Popular: Santa Clara Letter Carriers Sell Government Thrift Stamps and War Saving...

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Week of November 29th Headlines   100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (November 30, 1917) *Santa Clara Boys May Return to Camp Fremont *City is Ideal Home Center of California: Superior Advantages of Santa Clara are Attracting Many New Home Settlers: Finest Schools in the West: Unexcelled Climate and General Environments Make This City Garden Spot of Valley *Santa Clara Post Office...

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Week of November 22nd Headlines   100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (November 23, 1917) *Send Santa Clara Prunes to the Boys at the Front: Tomorrow will be Prune Day in This City: Send Boxes to Your Friends in the East and Boost the Santa Clara Valley *Prosperity Sweeps the Entire Santa Clara Valley *Mail Christmas Parcels Early and Often Says Postmaster *Native Sons of the...

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Week of November 15th Headlines   100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (November 16, 1917) *Soldier Heroes Should All be Remembered *A Talk on War by Speaker from Camp Fremont *Native Sons of the Golden West to Give Benefit Dance *Two Charged with Skipping Out on Hotel Bill   50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (November 15, 1967) *Police Report: Carport...

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Week of November 8th Headlines   100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (November 9, 1917) Bank of Italy Buys More Banks: Takes Over the San Jose Safe Deposit Bank and Two San Joaquin County Institutions J.S. Knox, Business Efficiency Expert, to Give Lecture at San Jose's Healds College Russia Unsettled by Civil War: Immediate Peace with Kaiser Declared: Japanese May Intervene At...

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Week of November 1st Headlines 100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (November 2, 1917) *Globe Trotter in Santa Clara:  H.S. French, Who has Traveled Around American Continent, Visits Brother J.G. French, Owner of  Santa Clara's Rex Theater *Colonel J.L. Donovan and Major N. Campbell Complete Exams for Officer Reserves at University of  Santa Clara *Tractor Show Big Event: Power Farming...

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Week of October 25th Headlines 100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (October 26, 1917) Do Your Bit: Buy a Liberty Bond Today!: Campaign Will Close Tomorrow Evening: Invest Today and You Will Aid Our Soldiers Fate of the War Rests on Farmers Who Must Realize Great Part They Play: Bonds Safe Investment: Government Calls for Help: Expects Farmers to Subscribe Freely Fire Chief August Roll...

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Looking Back October 2017 Week of October 18th Headlines 50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (October 18,1967) Irving Cabral Seeks Parking Plan: Wants 4-hour Parking Zones from Jefferson to Lincoln on Franklin Street 3% Pay Hike for Principals Rejected by SCUSD Board as Larger Budget Required for Much Needed School Supplies New Look at West Valley College: As Fall Semester...

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Week of October 11th Headlines 100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (October 12, 1917) Liberty Bond Committee Working Hard: Why the Bonds are Necessary for War Effort Bond Drive Opens at Rex Theatre Lonely Solder Boy Wants to Hear from Real Girl: Send Christmas Mail to Soldiers at Once: Post Office Department Arranges Mail for Soldiers in France Fifth Regiment Band Presents Plan to...

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Week of October 4th Headlines 100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (October 5, 1917) Liberty Loan Drive is On: Loyal Santa Clarans Begin Patriotic Campaign for Big War Fund: Welfare of Our Nation is at Stake Film Feature to Aid Liberty Loan Drive More Local Boys to Leave for War Today University of Santa Clara Rugby Coach Drafted: Leaves for Camp Lewis Patriotic Meeting at...

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