Although many of these resources are described as "full text" it is possible that not all articles will be available, especially for very recent materials. If you are having trouble finding what you need, please contact Karen_Bouchard@Brown.edu or another subject librarian for assistance. If you have full citation information, you can also use your ILLiad account to request scans of articles that we don't have.
For additional help in searching newspapers, please also see the box called Tips for Searching Newspapers on the Welcome page of this guide.
Below are some of our most commonly used titles, but in no way are these all the newspapers we have! To look up other titles, Go to BruKnow and click on the Find Journal link at the top of the page or...
.......or click on the radio button that says Journals by Title and entering your title in the search box. If our access is electronic, you'll be able to search within the record.
If we don't have a title, you may be able to get microfilm or a scan of an article through Interlibrary Loan. If you need help with this, please see my contact box on the main page of this guide.
H.A. Brendekilde. Reading the Newspaper. 1912. Wikimedia Commons.
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For full text searching of the New York Times, see these resources:
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