All Tidningen Back-Issues Now on Website
We have completed the process of uploading ALL the Tidningen back issues encompassing 1997-2020 on our website. This is available to all of our members and we will add new issues as they are published. Everyone will continue to receive their printed copies in the mail, but if you haven't received your Winter 2020-2021 issue yet, it is already on the website for you to access. You may have heard about people binge-watching their favorite TV programs, well now you can binge-read your favorite newsletter. A number of members have told me that they have saved all the issues, but if you aren't one of them that have, now you can see all the issues too.
The Tidningen has changed somewhat over time, such as the length of each issue and the use of more color. But one thing is exactly the same in every single issue - they all say "Editor: Ronald Swanson". So, give a shout-out to Ron for publishing 95 issues over the years, and for now digitizing those issues for the website. Of course, there have been many other contributers of articles and stories, some of whom contribute to almost every issue and others less frequently. As you look thru the Tidningen issues you will see many familiar names in the bylines, but you will also notice some articles contributed by members too humble to attach their names. All of these contributers have provided the grist for Ron to work with. Contributing your articles will help keep the Tidningen vital as well as memorialize your family stories.
You can find the Tidningen back-issues in the "Tidningen Archive" under the Member Login. If you have fogotten your Username or Password, contact us at email@example.com for assistance. There are directions on that website page about how to locate and access these issues using a comprehensive alphabetical article index and an index for each issue.
Tip - On the "Tidningen Online Resources" page for each issue, you can click on the hyperlinks to take you to the respective website rather than typing the long URLs. Links from the "Online Resources" page of recent issues can also be found on the "Links From the Tid" website page.