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The digital edition of the Daily Progress is a collaborative project of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library and the University of Virginia Libraries in honor of Charlottesville's 250th anniversary. Currently the digital edition covers 1893 to 1964. In the nearer future this text will be scanned with optical character recognition (OCR) software which will allow keyword searching.


A note about the condition of the microfilm

The microfilm on which this digital edition is based were, in many cases, in very bad condition. Often the newspapers on which the microfilm were based were in bad condition. This digital edition has been reviewed for scanning quality and we believe the digital images are as clear as they can be, given the condition of the microfilm. Should you want to consult the original microfilm its call number is Micfilm N-US VA-6 in the Alderman Library Microfilm Collection.

Known missing issues:

1893, 1894 - September - some missing issues
1909 - July 1-July 2
1913 - January 2
1915 - July - December
1916 - July 10, August 8, September 2
1917 - April 20, May 18
1918 - July 20, August 2, October 26, November 23
1919 - February 27, August 30
1920 - August 9, November 27
1921 - January 10, May 7

If you discover more missing issues, or find any other problems, you can report errors to Virgo Feedback or contact the Librarian shown on this page. 


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