The Sonoma Valley Expositor was an early Sonoma newspaper printed from 1885 to 1912, issued every Friday. It was a popular newspaper that attracted tourists and new residents with bold photographs and entertaining articles. Includes a letter to the editor on the history of the Hooker name in the Sonoma area.
24 x 18 in. 4 Pages of 4
Newspaper publishing--United States--History--19th century California--Newspapers Local history Newspapers--Local editions Newspapers
Sonoma Valley (Calif.) Valley of the Moon (Sonoma County, Calif.) Glen Ellen (Calif.) Sonoma (Calif.)
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