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June 18, 2011

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Gary Ashwill

Yes, it was a great paper. The Chicago Public Library has also done a great job with their digitization, in terms of getting clear, sharp images. If they got it from microfilm, the microfilm was great, too.

Scott Simkus

Just an observation, but I've enjoyed looking through the Chicago Examiner, which is a visually stunning paper. Excellent photographs, great cartoons.

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