Answered By: Library Staff
Last Updated: Mar 22, 2016     Views: 253

The easiest way would be to use a newspaper, since they are published every day.  Click on Databases on our Library Home page in the "Featured Links" section to the right of the page.

Databases Link on the Library Homepage
Click on "Newspapers" on the Database and Article Search Page. screenshot from the Databases and Articles page
Click on Proquest Newstand. screenshot from the Newspapers page
Once in Proquest Newsstand, scroll down to Date Range and change the pulldown to "On this Date". Screenshot from Proquest Newstand
Then click on "Full Text" and then specify your date with the pulldowns for month and date, and type in the year and click "Search". screenshot from Proquest Newsstand
Look through the results for an article that seems to meet your needs.  Click on the "Full Text" link to read the article. screenshot from Proquest Newsstand

If you want to narrow your results, you can specify a single newspaper, such as the Los Angeles Times by typing in that name and changing the pulldown to "Publication Title -PUB" and then doing the search.screenshot from Proquest Newsstand

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