Find local information on current and historical news articles through the index to local newspapers, by using the index to the Bert Kellogg collection of local historical photographs, and by visiting links to local organizations.
Indexing of local events has been completed from 1993 to
within the last two months. The index covers articles and obituaries relevant to Clallam County but does not include or index the full text of the articles. The full articles of the Port Angeles papers can be retrieved from microfilm from the Port Angeles branch. Click here for more information about ordering photocopies.
Full-text coverage of major Washington newspapers including the daily newspapers from Everett, Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane and Vancouver, plus selected coverage of other regional sources. Includes limited access to the Peninsula Daily News 1994-1997. Library card needed for access
Bert Kellogg came to Port Angeles in 1940 with only 10% vision in one eye and the other blind. For over 30 years he collected photographs of old places, people, trains, Indian customs and logging which he then copied and restored. In 1970 Kellogg donated over 5,000 photos and negatives to the North Olympic Library System.
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