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Have a question about local history? Our Research and Archives collection may be just the place to look for answers! Explore magazines, maps, newspapers, oral histories, photographs, yearbooks, scrapbooks, telephone books, reference books and more.
What We Have In Our Collection
Research and Archives holds archival material related to the Hayward area (Hayward, Castro Valley, San Lorenzo, Fairview, Ashland and Cherryland) as well as some information on the broader Bay Region and California. Types of materials include: business records, magazines, maps, newspapers, records from local organizations, personal papers, photographs, school yearbooks, scrapbooks, telephone books, city directories, general history and reference books, pamphlet files and some oral histories.
What We Don’t Have
Research and Archives does not have birth, marriage or death certificates, obituaries, census records or detailed information related to Fairmont Hospital burials at the San Lorenzo Pioneer Cemetery. If you are unsure whether we can help, please contact us.
To get the most out of your visit to us, it is best to set up an appointment. This can be done by calling (510) 581-0223 or emailing [email protected]
How to Place a Research Request
If you cannot visit us, please send a written request via email or regular mail to the attention of: Archivist. Research requests are typically answered within two to three weeks. The time needed varies depending on the question(s) asked.
There is no charge for visiting Research & Archives or for an Archivist answering quick questions. Donations are always welcome and help us care for the collection and continue to provide our services free of charge.
HAHS does charge fees for image reproduction and publication.
To order, first search our Online Catalog to see what images are available.
Second, use our image order form to place an order. The archivist will follow up with you as soon as possible.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Call (510) 581-0223 or email [email protected] for more information.
Interested in donating something to the Archive Collection? We're always interested in collecting more local history. Please contact an Archivist to discuss your potential donation.
For questions or to schedule an appointment, please contact:
A Few Highlights From Our Collection
Oakland Tribune Clippings Files
Daily Review clippings
Hayward Journal newspaper
(Hayward Union High School)
Congressman Pete Stark’s papers spanning a 40 year congressional career
City of Hayward account ledgers and assessment records
San Lorenzo Pioneer Cemetery records
Hayward Poultry Producers Association records
Farm Bureau Annual Reports for Alameda County
Alameda County School Directories
Over 20,000 photographs of the Hayward area
This article is about the Californian newspaper. For the Pennsylvanian newspaper, see The Daily Review.
The Daily Review was a daily newspaper published in Hayward, California. Floyd L. Sparks was owner of the Review from 1944 to 1985, along with The Argus of Fremont and the Tri-Valley Herald. It was last owned by Bay Area News Group-East Bay (BANG-EB), a subsidiary of MediaNews Group, which bought the paper in 1985. As of 2011, The executive editor was Kevin Keane.
Proposed end of publication
The newspaper was scheduled to stop publishing, with the last edition of the paper to be published on November 1, 2011. This was on the same day as the Oakland Tribune, Alameda Times-Star, Fremont Argus and West County Times were all scheduled to publish their last editions. The following day, subscribers and newspaper outlets were to get copies of the new East Bay Tribune, a proposed localized edition of the San Jose Mercury News, covering the areas previously served by the above-mentioned papers. This plan, proposed by ANG in mid 2011, was cancelled in October 2011, due to reader feedback.
End of publication
In 2016, the paper was shuttered, when BANG merged numerous East Bay papers into the East Bay Times.
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