Photos from the Vault
Posted by David Middlecamp on September 15, 2014
Sept. 11, 1944
The American 3rd and 7th Armies linked up to form an unbroken front, trapping the few Germans who had not yet retreated to Germany. The invasion from the South of France linked up with Normandy Invasion troops near Dijon, France.
Stories about the Siegfried Line, the defense in depth on the German border, were now surfacing.
Posted by David Middlecamp on September 12, 2014
His duties fell somewhere between sheriff and police in the vanished antiquated public office, constable of the San Luis Obispo Township.
Posted by David Middlecamp on September 9, 2014
American troops were on German soil, but supplies were running short.
Posted by David Middlecamp on September 4, 2014
The Telegram-Tribune office on Johnson Avenue was not a beloved building but a lot of well-told stories originated there.
Posted by David Middlecamp on September 1, 2014
Army advances in France and canning food at home were among the stories in the Telegram-Tribune August 31, 1944.
Posted by David Middlecamp on August 28, 2014
Photography in the 1980s was a different skill set. Nothing was automated and each image was handmade in a darkroom.