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how do I find a specific newspaper article

Last Updated: Jun 09, 2017  |  9 Views
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If you know the newspaper the article appeared in you can find our Newspapers, Magazines & Journals page through the Resource Center. We have a historic database of Omaha World Herald articles as well as more recent ones written by Omaha World Herald staff beginning in August of 1983 and articles from a few hundred other newspapers.

If you are not sure where it appeared use our electronic journal and magazine search from Serials Solutions to search or browse the titles of all full-text newspapers, magazines and journals available in our online resources.

Type in the name of the publication you’re looking for, and Serials Solutions will list which resources contain the publication, including the years covered. You can access each resource from Serials Solutions.

If you'd prefer, we have microfilm copies of hundreds of newspapers available to view, search and print copies from at our Main Library Microfilm Room.

If none of those will work for you, our local history library staff can do research for a fee. More information is available on our Local Research Help page.


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