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Google Earth was first released in 2005 and Google acquires new imagery every year since then.
Imagery from 1998 might be possible but is rare. Google is typically interested in getting the latest imagery rather than going back and getting older imagery unless there it has special value.

This means Google acquired and processed imagery from that year -- old imagery would be for a small area or region. For example, there is imagery for 1938 in San Francisco, CA but for only within the city limits and New York City has some imagery for April 1997.
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