Calgary Daily Herald

First published in Calgary, Alberta in 1883, now known as the Calgary Herald. Became a daily in 1885. Was a supporter of the pioneer ranching industry.
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Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Willard Mack to Collaborate With Mrs. Frances Reeve.
Willard Mack to Collaborate With Mrs. Frances Reeve14 Sept. 1921No
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Plain Pig.
Plain Pig30 Sept. 1921Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Some Motorists Are Not as Popular with the Farmers as Many of Them Think.
Some Motorists Are Not as Popular with the Farmers as Many of Them Think22 Oct. 1921Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Johnny’s Calf and Pa’s Cow.
Johnny’s Calf and Pa’s Cow24 Dec. 1921Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Memories.
Memories17 June 1922Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Hard Times in New York for Struggling Writers.
Hard Times in New York for Struggling Writers24 June 1922Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for The Canadian Spirit in our Literature.
The Canadian Spirit in our Literature24 Mar. 1923Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Writer Tells How She Came to Write Cattle.
Writer Tells How She Came to Write Cattle20 Dec. 1923Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Alberta, the Land of Work, is New Name Given to This Country by Calgary Author.
Alberta, the Land of Work, is New Name Given to This Country by Calgary Author12 Jan 1924Yes
Thumbnail of the first page of the facsimile for Plenty of Opportunity for Men in Alberta If They Will Go on the Land.
Plenty of Opportunity for Men in Alberta If They Will Go on the Land19 Jan. 1924No

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