And while I'm in Grandpa mode, when I used the Boston Evening Transcript at the NEHGS Library in the late 1980s and early 1990s, it was the actual paper. Not even microfilm which is used today. The papers were kept in banker's boxes tucked away in the hutch bookcases. It was a nearly full run of forty plus years. You carefully unfolded the paper, which was dark brown and embrittled to the nth degree. You tried to lay the paper flat and carefully turn the papers to find the genealogical column. Inevitably, after using the newspaper there were flecks of brown on the table. The edges were always flaking off.