Answered By: Library Staff Last Updated: Sep 05, 2017 Views: 1435
Finding Newspapers and Newspaper Articles
1. Single title databases. [e.g., New York Times, Los Angeles Times]
- Start at the library's list of databases that focus on Newspapers. Once there, click on the title of the newspaper you wish to search.
- The New York Times Historical or the Los Angeles Times Historical products have images of the actual newspaper in PDF format.
2. Other online products. For the selected newspapers that are the focus of this FAQ, use the table below to see which products to use.
Full Text Coverage of Selected Newspapers
|Print or Microfilm in the Library||
|Christian Science Monitor|
|Inland Valley Daily Bulletin|
|New York Times|
|Orange County Register (not in the Library)|
|Wall Street Journal|
3. Newspaper Articles via Databases
- The library's periodical databases usually have a Newspaper filter. Look for the filter to help narrow your search results to just Newspaper articles.
- Often, you will be able to read the full article on the screen but without the pictures or graphics that accompanied the original article. You may have to use our microfilm versions to get this content.
- OneSearch has an alphabetical listing of newspaper holdings, but most of them are no longer current subscriptions and they are specialized titles.
- Use the Journal Search or Citation Linker to check if you can access any particular newspaper through the library and in what formats.
- For guidance on how to use a citation to locate an article, see the help page Find an Article from a Citation.
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