How do I search newspaper archives?
If you don’t see an online version in the library catalog or it is the wrong time period, try finding freely available digitized versions through:
- Williams WorldCat.
- International Coalition on Newspapers list of newspaper digitization projects.
- Google News Archive Search.
Is the British Newspaper Archive free?
The British Newspaper Archive offers thousands of articles for free with its free to view pages. The British Newspaper Archive is also free to search in the British Library reading rooms. In addition to the reading rooms and from the comfort of your own home, you can also search this website for free.
Is there a way to read old newspapers?
Public libraries and archives throughout the United States offer access to collections of historical newspapers. Before starting your research, contact your local library or archive to see if they have digital archives you can look at. In many cases, historical newspapers are available solely on microfilm.
Can old newspapers access?
Chronicling America This is the old newspapers hub for the US Library of Congress, where you can search through digitised copies of newspapers and other publications that were printed between 1777 and 1963. You can choose to limit your research by state, date range or specific publication.
Can I buy a newspaper from a specific date?
The Historic Newspapers archive has been growing for over 30 years. This makes it the most comprehensive collection of original birthday newspapers available to buy in the world! A newspaper from your date of birth can obviously be given as a gift for all sorts of occasions other than birthdays.
Where can I get old news paper?
How Can I Get Old Newspapers in Bulk?
- Contact your local newspaper office.
- Contact your local recycling center.
- Use free or local classified or entertainment newspapers.
- Ask friends and family who subscribe to newspapers to save their old copies for you.
What happened to old Fulton postcards?
The Old Fulton NY Post Cards website originally began as a postcard digitization project, but has since evolved into the largest free online collection of New York newspapers on the Internet.