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Q. How do I find newspaper articles?

Answered By: Pollak Library
Last Updated: Jul 11, 2017     Views: 343

1. If you are looking for a specific article or newspaper, search by the title of the newspaper in Find Journal Titles (under Research).

How do I find journals?

2. If you are looking for newspaper articles by topic published in the last 15-20 years, you can search large numbers of newspapers electronically using the following databases:

ProQuest Newspapers
The only database that has the Los Angeles Times going back more than six months. Full text of 300+ US and international news sources including New York Times, Times of London, Los Angeles Times and Orange County Register.

LexisNexis Academic
Regional, national, and international newspapers, wires and broadcast news transcripts. Use 'Easy Search,' or click on 'News' tab in the Search menu bar to access news sources grouped by region or type.

Factiva
Regional, national and international newspapers, wires, and broadcast news transcripts. Search your terms in the 'Free text' box and then limit to 'Headline and Lead paragraph' toward the bottom of the screen.

Ethnic NewsWatch
Newspapers from ethnic, minority and native presses.

3. If you are looking for older newspapers for historical research, Pollak Library subscribes to the following:

Los Angeles Times Historical, 1881-1986

New York Times Historical, 1851-2004

The Times (London) Digital Archive, 1885-1985

4. If you are looking for older newspapers for historical research, the following source provides a list of the older newspapers held by Pollak Library in microform format, organized by title and geographic location:

Newspapers page, History Research Guide

For additional help, see:

How do I find a database by title?

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