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does anyone know what happened to the Morpeth Herald between 1920 and 1935 as can seem to find any papers archived at all? before and after these dates are there.

did they stop printing or are they just lost?

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22 hours ago, Coatsy said:

does anyone know what happened to the Morpeth Herald between 1920 and 1935 as can seem to find any papers archived at all? before and after these dates are there.

did they stop printing or are they just lost?

No idea - did you see the reply from Ovalteeny and me in your previous post on Choppington United?:)

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The Morpeth Herald is archived at: https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/  Dead easy to search for what you want and if you know the exact date of publication you get 3 views for free, otherwise you can pay as you go or pay a monthly or annual sub for total access.  Hope this helps.

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@Symptoms thank you for your reply and i have seen the papers on that website but not for the years i need. all the Morpeth Herald before 1920 and after 1935 are all on there but for some reason theres no paper between them dates and cant find out why

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I use Findmypast and therefore have access to newspapers, and can access all of the years 1900-1949 for the Morpeth Herald 

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