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Explore significant historic properties in downtown that tell the story of Windsor's past.
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This database provides searchable access to digitized issues of the Windsor Beacon that were previously only available on microfilm. The issues — 1908 - 1909, 1935 - June 1973, May 1977 - April 1982 — are accessible from any computer at the library. You must be in the library to access this database.