Photos from the Vault
Posted by David Middlecamp on November 21, 2014
Horses jumping off piers, mustache insults and bullfights were part of the storied early days of San Luis Obispo County.
Jeff Anderson arrived with his family at the age of 3, before the first newspaper, railroad, pier or electric power line.
By the time J.L. “Jeff” Anderson celebrated his 90th birthday, he was older than the Tribune or the Telegram, and the newspaper devoted a whole page to the longtime business man’s recollections.
Posted by David Middlecamp on November 19, 2014
Three bomber gunners were faced with a deadly choice when their buddy was trapped in a doomed bomber. Would they choose friendship or survival?
Posted by David Middlecamp on November 10, 2014
Telegram-Tribune stories from Nov. 8, 1944 include the re-election of Franklin D. Roosevelt and the story of a voter who was born before California became a state.
Posted by David Middlecamp on November 7, 2014
In 1962 Margaret M. McNeil was the first woman elected to the San Luis Obispo City Council.
Posted by David Middlecamp on November 3, 2014
The war brought labor shortages; some jobs went empty while others were combined.
Posted by David Middlecamp on October 31, 2014
When the boss brings rattlesnakes into the office, it qualifies as an unusual workplace.