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Published: Tuesday, January 22, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Step back in time with us

  • The Everett Herald newsroom, circa 1904. Second from left is editor Frank E. Wyman.

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    The Everett Herald newsroom, circa 1904. Second from left is editor Frank E. Wyman.

Welcome to Time Travels, our new blog about local history. We'll use this spot as our very own history channel, where we can tell stories, share photos and look at how The Herald's pages covered historic events. (We've been around since 1901, three years before the photo at right was taken.)

If there's a story or photo you'd like us to look into, please email Julie Muhlstein at muhlstein@heraldnet.com.


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