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History: Historical Newspapers and Magazines

Historical Newspapers and Periodicals

JSTOR provides access to many major academic journals back to the nineteenth century. Go to the "Articles" tab of this Guide to find JSTOR.

Dulaney-Browne Library also has back issues of popular magazines in print and microfilm from the late-nineteenth to the early-twentieth century onwards. These excellent sources include titles not available online, such as the American Mercury (1924-1981) and the Ladies Home Journal (1937-2010). See the Journals A-Z List to find particular issues (go to the "Articles" tab of this Guide).

Metropolitan Library System features the "Historical Newspapers" database, including the Los Angeles Times (1881-1990), the Washington Post (1877-1997), and the New York Times (1851-2010). The "America's Newspapers" database has titles going back 300 years. Click on "Research" button to find list of databases. Log-in requires an MLS library card (free to county residents including OCU students).