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So far, the WVRHC has contributed 400,000 pages from more than 50 historic West Virginia newspapers. And, because of this grant, another 100,000 pages will soon be added to the site.
Learn more about a WVU alum from 100 years ago!
Read about the Keystone Bank Collapse, covered in one of the WVRHC's new collections.
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