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Microfilm Collection and Finding Aids
The Newspapers Microfilm Center is our region’s largest collection of newspapers from the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Over 400 newspapersdating back to 1720 are on microfilm . Our collection includes newspapers from major cities around the world, local community papers, as well as microfilmed versions of academic, underground, and trade periodicals collected by the subject departments. Students and the curious should begin their research process by inquiring within the Social Science History Department.
Major Holdings of the Newspapers and Microfilm Center
Newspapers published by selected ethnic, racial, religious, or other communities
Databases: Electronic Access to Newspapers
Newspapers 1978 - present
In the late 1970s, newsrooms accelerated their use of computers to produce their publications. These "born digital" articles were the easiest for publishers to make accessible digitally. As a general rule accessing information published in newspapers in the 1980s and beyond is the simpler than for prior decades. The Free Library subscribes to several full text databases to assist researchers in easily accessing news normally behind paywalls in the computer era:
Access World News News sources world wide, but the most important local sources are the Inquirer and Daily News:
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is the tool for researchers to use to determine which databases provide electronic access to periodicals. Search a newspaper (or magazine) by title, and TDNet will tell you which database(s) to which we subscribe provide full text. TDNet is an imperfect tool, if something seems missing consult with a librarian for assistance.
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