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Name Newspaper columns
Number of Archive records 10
Number of Library records 1
Number of Photo records 2
Number of Object records 0

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1977.24.3 - 65

Newspaper clippings in a scrapbook from the Napa Sunday Journal about historic Napa. Scrapbook is a large , blue "Take Me Along" sketch book.

1979.50.8 - 101

"Napa's Past and Present," Louis Ezettie Donor: Community Projects Collection of newspaper column "Napa's Past and Present," highlighting a variety of local activities and topics, including Silverado Country Club, Business and Professional Women's Club, Knoxville Mine, Imperial Wheelmen Cycling Club.

2007.1.14 - 103

Goodman Library Donor: Clayla Davis Collection of newspaper articles and "Goodman Library" newscolumn--adult and children's books, bookmobile, programs, librarians, children's monthly newsletter, etc.

2007.1.15 - 102

Goodman Library Donor: Clayla Davis Collection of newspaper articles and "Goodman Library" newscolumn--adult and children's books, programs, librarians, Victory Book Campaign, etc.

2008.102.164 - 82B

Railroads Commission Public utilities Retirements Railroad depots Railroad stations Railroad Society Electric railroads Electric trains Newspaper columns Railroad tours Maps Routes Southern Pacific Railroad Steam engines

2008.102.150 - 82A

Ezettie, Louis A. Transportation Transportation industry Newspaper columns Newspapers Boats Ferries Napa River cruises Cruises Steamboats Railroads Legal documents American Canyon

2008.196 - 104

Napa County History Donor/author: unknown A collection of loose Napa Register, Weekly Calistogan, and St. Helena Star clippings, most from 1973-4, on a variety of historical topics: Veterans Home, St. Helena Catholic Church, several Louis Ezettie columns, Sam Brannan, etc.

2008.35 - 86

"In Days Gone By" Author: Anonymous Napa Register's daily column, "In Days Gone By," published between 1971 and 1975 but reflecting back 25 years for each date of publication, i.e. news items from 1946 - 1950.

2010.93.5 - O/S Scrapbook 1

Scrapbook with miscellaneous newspaper articles from the 1960s relating to subjects such as health and public safety and dogs. Location, shelf #6, bottom middle laying flat with other oversized scrapbooks.

2010.93.1 - 59

Scrapbook of "Do You Remember" columns from the Napa Sunday Journal. This scrapbook is fragile and has loose papers tucked inside. Handle with care.

070 Orr - The Best of Orrock

"Observations and skewed views from the East Bay's favorite columnist"

Image of 1985.2.3a - Dave Cavagnaro

1985.2.3a - Dave Cavagnaro

Black and white portrait of Dave Cavagnaro. On back of photo is written: I have referred back to my notes that I made while doing research work to write "The History of the Napa Fire Department from 1859 to 1963," which appeared in the Napa Register's Centennial, Saturday, March 30, 1963. "The sixth volunteer fire company, called 'The East Napa Fire Company' was organized about 1902, according to Dave Cavagnaro. The City financed the company, and purchased their equipment which was stored in Penny's Lumber yard, Soscol Avenue and Third Street." This picture is Dave Cavagnaro, the only living member, July 10, 1964. Dave was born in Cammechi, Calaveras County, California 1880, and was

Image of 2009.2.25 - Rita Harren Bordwell

2009.2.25 - Rita Harren Bordwell

Black and white photograph, captioned "Anna Marguerite (Rita) Harren Bordwell is the daughter of the late Charles M. Harren, a carpenter and a member of the Napa Hook and Ladder Company No. 1 (volunteers) and the late Margaret Kennedy Harren. She was born in Napa, on the now city owned parking lot, Randolph and Second Street, Monday Eve 8pm June 8, 19--. She is the eldest of 5 children. She attended the Franklin Primary School on Franklin Street, now the Women's Club. She was graduated from the Napa Central School, the Napa High School, Thompson Business College and The (Fucy's?) Secretarial School. Took courses at the Napa College; also the University of California. Married the l