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Laurie Thompson, librarian of the Anne T. Librarian Laurie Thompson looks at old newspapers as their digitized versions are displayed on screens last week in the Anne T. The front page of the April 19, , edition of the Marin Journal.
In October , after being purchased by Russian businessman Alexander Lebedev , the paper ended a year history of paid circulation and became a free newspaper, doubling its circulation as part of a change in its business plan. The Evening Standard was published from 11 June The Standard gained eminence for its detailed foreign news, notably its reporting of events of the American Civil War — , the Austro-Prussian War of , and the Franco-Prussian War of , all contributing to a rise in circulation. Arthur Pearson in In , Lord Beaverbrook , owner of the Daily Express , bought Hulton's newspapers, although he sold them shortly thereafter to the Daily Mail ' s owner Lord Rothermere , with the exception of the Standard.