Calgary Herald was created on 1883-08-13.
The Calgary Sun, and the Calgary Herald, are the two major Calgary papers.
The Calgary Herald is a newspaper; therefore, it will be found within the reference section of the library.
The Calgary Herald was first published in 1883 but the registered name was The Calgary Herald, Mining and Ranche Advocate and General Advertiser. Since the name was too long later on 1885, they settled for just The Calgary Herald because the newspaper was bought by another company.
Herald Froy has written: 'How to avoid matrimony' -- subject(s): Marriage, Humor
Herald A. Jones has written: 'It's a Friendship' -- subject(s): Sailboat racing, Sloops
Fred Kennedy has written: 'The Calgary Stampede story' -- subject(s): Calgary Stampede
A. S. Geyser has written: 'The herald's wand in the sending of the twelve'
Inc Swift Newspapers has written: 'Headlight herald'
He is 79 years old as reported in The Calgary Herald
The Calgary Herald reports a variety of topics such as government, weather, sports and other local stories in the news pertaining to Canada, especially the Alberta area where the paper is located.
Herald Frederic Sand has written: 'The carbonic acid content of saliva' -- subject(s): Saliva and salivary glands, Diseases, Teeth