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Bay Guardian Archives Project launches phase 1

Searchable print articles and blog posts 2006-2014 now online, more coming soon with your help.

One day -- with your help -- we'll have searchable Guardian issues like this online.

For a year now, it’s been almost impossible to find Bay Guardian articles online. That’s about to change, now that phase 1 of the ambitious Bay Guardian Archives project has launched. Now, users can browse the articles and blog posts 2006-2014 — with much more to come. 48 Hills is hosting the archives, but we need your help! PLEASE donate to help preserve this valuable history and keep it accessible to all. 

From the Bay Guardian:

We’re happy to announce that the first phase of our project to recover and make available all 50 years of the Bay Guardian has launched!

We’ve rebuilt all print articles and blog entries 2006-2014 in an online searchable database. The database is being hosted by our sister site, 48 Hills. SEARCH THE ARCHIVE HERE!






Soon we’ll be adding pictures to the articles. Then we’ll be adding all text of articles 1989-2005. Ultimately, we’ll be working with the Internet Archives to post a complete set of searchable, flip-thru editions from 1966-2016.

WE NEED YOUR HELP to reach this goal. Please donate today to help preserve this essential piece of San Francisco history and make it available for all.