New ODNP article in the Oregon Library Association Quarterly Journal!

Fall is officially here, and what better way to celebrate than by checking out the Fall 2012 issue of the OLA Quarterly, themed “Libraries, Museums, and Oregon’s Cultural History.” As a program fully geared toward preserving, providing access to, and educating people about Oregon’s cultural history, the ODNP is featured on page 14 with an article by ODNP Project Coordinator S.J. Rabun, titled “Oregon Digital Newspaper Program: Preserving History While Shaping the Future.”

The article outlines the goals and accomplishments of the ODNP, the process that brings newspapers from printed page to computer screen, and highlights from some of the unique newspaper titles that our Historic Oregon Newspapers searchable online database includes. Happy fall, and happy reading!

Drawing of a woman in roman style dress with a cornucopia at her feet.

The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) September 30, 1906, Page 16.

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