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I WOULD LIKE TO SEE THE Omaha World Herald paper from June 4, 1923.

Last Updated: Jun 05, 2013  |  43 Views

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There are two ways we can provide that for you.

The first is to visit our online Resource Center and choose Newspapers in the left-hand column.  You should see the World Herald's listing come up in the middle column.  After clicking on that, the search button will appear in the last column.  

Upon clicking the button you will then be prompted to enter the number from your library card in a new window.  You will then see a page with listings.  You want the TOP listing, to search Selected America's Historical Newspapers.  (The lower link only goes back to the 80's)  

Then you should be able to browse to June 4, 1923 to see a digital picture of the paper and print out the pages/articles you would like.  You can click on each article and, once it is zoomed in, are able to do a word search.  

The other way you can find the date you need is to visit the W. Dale Clark (Main) Library downtown, where we keep microfilm records of the Herald.  You will be able to make a print of any page you need for 20 cents.

Thank you for your question!

Russ Harper
Library Specialist
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