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PHOTO: Chuck Douglas donates first edition ‘Monitor’ to paper

  • Former congressman Chuck Douglas holds up an original first edition "Daily Monitor"  that he donated to the paper Wednesday, May 27, 2014. Douglas – from the law firm of Douglas, Leonard and Garvey –  bought the orginal from Edward Fales, a book and manuscript dealer, over 40 years ago. He decided to donate it after reading Mike Pride's series last week about the newspaper's start during the Civil War. (<br/><br/><br/>GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff)

    Former congressman Chuck Douglas holds up an original first edition "Daily Monitor" that he donated to the paper Wednesday, May 27, 2014. Douglas – from the law firm of Douglas, Leonard and Garvey – bought the orginal from Edward Fales, a book and manuscript dealer, over 40 years ago. He decided to donate it after reading Mike Pride's series last week about the newspaper's start during the Civil War. (


    GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff)

  • Former Congressman Chuck Douglas holds up an original first edition Concord Daily Monitor newspaper that he donated to the paper Wednesday, May 27, 2014. Douglas from the law firm of Douglas, Leonard and Garvey bought the orginal from Edward Fales, a book and manuscript dealer over 40 years ago and after reading Mike Pride's series last week decided to donate to the paper.<br/><br/><br/>GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff

    Former Congressman Chuck Douglas holds up an original first edition Concord Daily Monitor newspaper that he donated to the paper Wednesday, May 27, 2014. Douglas from the law firm of Douglas, Leonard and Garvey bought the orginal from Edward Fales, a book and manuscript dealer over 40 years ago and after reading Mike Pride's series last week decided to donate to the paper.


    GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff

  • Former congressman Chuck Douglas holds up an original first edition "Daily Monitor"  that he donated to the paper Wednesday, May 27, 2014. Douglas – from the law firm of Douglas, Leonard and Garvey –  bought the orginal from Edward Fales, a book and manuscript dealer, over 40 years ago. He decided to donate it after reading Mike Pride's series last week about the newspaper's start during the Civil War. (<br/><br/><br/>GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff)
  • Former Congressman Chuck Douglas holds up an original first edition Concord Daily Monitor newspaper that he donated to the paper Wednesday, May 27, 2014. Douglas from the law firm of Douglas, Leonard and Garvey bought the orginal from Edward Fales, a book and manuscript dealer over 40 years ago and after reading Mike Pride's series last week decided to donate to the paper.<br/><br/><br/>GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff

Former congressman Chuck Douglas holds up an original first edition “Daily Monitor” that he donated to the paper Wednesday, May 27, 2014. Douglas – from the law firm of Douglas, Leonard and Garvey – bought the original from Edward Fales, a book and manuscript dealer, over 40 years ago. He decided to donate it after reading Mike Pride’s series last week about the newspaper’s start during the Civil War.

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