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Browsing "A" [44 titles]

MF = Microfilm  G = Gift Subscription

American Photo

Frequency: Bimonthly

Downtown   2010-2014 
Location in Branch: Reading Room
   Notes: No longer published.

American Prospect

Frequency: Monthly

Downtown   5 yrs + curr 
Location in Branch: Reading Room

American Rifleman

Frequency: Monthly

Downtown   3 yrs. + curr. 
Location in Branch: Reading Room
   Notes: Began with 1/2016 issue.

American Scholar

Frequency: Quarterly

Downtown   5 yrs + curr 
Location in Branch: Reading Room

El Andar

Frequency: Quarterly

Downtown   7/1989 - 12/1996 [MF]
Location in Branch: Microfilm
Downtown   4/1999 - 6/2002 
Location in Branch: Archives

Antique Trader

Frequency: Weekly
Title Incorporates: Collector Magazine and Price Guide

Downtown   3 mos. + curr 
Location in Branch: Reading Room

Antiques

Frequency: Monthly

Downtown   10 yrs + curr 
Location in Branch: Reading Room

Aptos Post

Frequency: Weekly

Downtown   8/21/1981 - 5/18/1983 [MF]
Location in Branch: Microfilm
Downtown   8/21/1981 - 5/18/1983 
Location in Branch: Archives

Aptos Times

Frequency: Bimonthly

Aptos   1 yr + curr 
Downtown   1 yr. 
Location in Branch: Reading Room
Downtown   10/1992 + [MF]
Location in Branch: Microfilm

Aptos Voice

Frequency: Weekly
Former Title: Capitolan & Mid-County News
Title Became: County Voice
Microfilm Reel Title: Santa Cruz Miscellaneous Titles

Downtown   9/5/1973 - 9/3/1975 [MF]
Location in Branch: Microfilm
Downtown   9/5/1973 - 9/3/1975 
Location in Branch: Archives


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