If the walls of the Point Reyes Lighthouse could talk, we now have an idea of the kind of history they would relay. Earlier this month, while removing a set of wooden panels during the structure’s $5 million restoration project, workers discovered a trove of newspapers from 1929. The five papers were nestled in a wooden box, along . . .

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