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Record Caper

Al Capone has returned to the Bay Area. That's to say, an approximately 8-inch thick stack of files on Alcatraz prisoner No. 85, Alfonse Capone, long sought after by historians and authors, has arrived at the National Archives and Records…
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But You Did Read It, Didn't You? I read with amazement the cover story "Trophy Boys" (Nov. 18). The only reason that I kept reading the story was to see how much more inept and boring it could get. It…
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Tales of the Country

You know immediately upon seeing it that the Leo J. Ryan Federal Building in San Bruno houses something official. Nestled at the end of a short street, surrounded by a cyclone fence, the building, which opened in 1973 and is…
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The Progeny of Citizen Wong

This April 16, Alice Wong walked into the National Archives and Records Administration in San Bruno for the first time. The people who work there were waiting for her. Alice had phoned the archives on the suggestion of her grandfather,…
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