Sword of the Lord Historic Newspaper Archive Now Available Online

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Sword of the Lord newspaper announces the online release of the Sword of the Lord historic newspaper archive, as well as a companion site to access the latest issue.

The Sword of the Lord bi-weekly newspaper has hired Cedar Rapids-based Heritage Microfilm to digitize and make available the entire Sword of the Lord publication archive. This project gives libraries, churches, educational institutions and individuals online access to years of historic newspaper content that was never available before.

"We are excited that the entire 74 years of our publication is now available to the general public through NewspaperArchive.com. With a readership that already reaches 155 countries, the rest of the world is now within reach so easily," said Dr. Shelton Smith, President and Editor of Sword of the Lord Publishers.

The fully-searchable online digital archive will be continually updated.

"I am pleased that we were able to bring together the world's leading provider of historical newspaper content NewspaperArchive.com and the Sword of the Lord to create another outlet for this publication and its readers," said Jamie Leon, Senior Account Manager for Heritage Microfilm.

Individuals can access the new Sword of the Lord online newspaper archive by visiting http://swordarchive.newspaperarchive.com.

About the Sword of the Lord

Sword of the Lord was founded in 1934 by Dr. John R. Rice. It is distributed throughout the U.S. and Canada, and in more than 150 other countries.

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About Heritage Microfilm, Inc.
Heritage Microfilm, Inc., of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is an archival microfilm and digitization company. Publishers or librarians interested in more information about Heritage Microfilm can visit http://www.heritagemicrofilm.com or http://www.newspaperarchive.com, as well as http://www.yournewspaperarchive.com.

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