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Norwich Bulletin Archive

  • Norwich, Connecticut
  • 19091922

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In 1910, the Norwich Bulletin advertised that it had the largest circulation of any paper in eastern Connecticut and that its readers could be found in “forty-nine towns, one hundred and sixty-five postal districts, and forty-one Rural Free Delivery District routes.”  A subscription base of around 7,000, the editors claimed, meant that the Bulletin had nearly 40,000 readers a day.  A Republican newspaper launched in 1895 during the Progressive Era, the Bulletin overtly courted its two most natural constituencies: the small towns, villages, and rural areas of the eastern part of Connecticut and adjacent Rhode Island, and the banking, industrial, and commercial movers and shakers based in the town of Norwich itself.   

Archive Info

  • 46,035
  • Norwich, Connecticut
  • 19091922

Source Information

Norwich Bulletin, 1909–1922 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2024. Last updated: May 2, 2022

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Obituary for Georgeline Thu otte

Obituary for Georgeline Thu otte

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Obituary for Delia Reeves DESPATHY

Obituary for Delia Reeves DESPATHY

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Obituary for John B. : O'Donnell

Obituary for John B. : O'Donnell

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Brennan-Curran Marriage

Brennan-Curran Marriage

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Sara Cadden Plaut Obituary

Sara Cadden Plaut Obituary

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Archive Info

  • 46,035
  • Norwich, Connecticut
  • 19091922

Source Information

Norwich Bulletin, 1909–1922 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2024. Last updated: May 2, 2022