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Tue November 13, 2012
Stateside: Old news put to good use
Retired newspapers are finding a new purpose.
Eli Neiburger works for the AADL, and works primarily on the Old News project.
"Libraries are service industries and we want to help people," said Neiburger.
Old News functions as a resource for anyone curious about past news items and family lineage.
"Our goal is to get people the answers to the questions of their own history," said Neiburger.
For more on Old News, listen to the above podcast.
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