Syracuse Herald-Journal

Syracuse Herald-Journal

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The "Syracuse Herald-Journal" was an evening newspaper in Syracuse, New York from 1939 until Sep 29 2001, with roots back to 1839. The name came from the merger of the Syracuse Herald and the Syracuse Journal. Its final issue, volume 124, number 37,500, was published on September 29, 2001.

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