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Newspapers at the UGA Libraries: Popular Newspapers

A guide to finding newspapers online and on microfilm at the UGA Libraries, including historical and international newspapers.

Most Popular

POPULAR NEWSPAPERS

The Red and Black (UGA student newspaper)

Athens Banner Herald

  • In Access World News (1999-present)
  • 1880-1915, 1923-1930, 1933-2016 available in Microfilm, Main Library Basement AN13 .A8 A7 (Athens Banner Herald / Athens Banner / Athens Daily Banner / Banner Watchman)

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Los Angeles Times

New York Times

  • In ProQuest U.S. Newsstream (1980-present)
  • In Factiva (print newspaper content, 1980-present)
  • In Factiva (news feed from NYTimes.com, 2012-present)
  • In Gale OneFile (1985-present)
  • New York Times - digitized newspaper with full-page images in downloadable PDF format (2008-recent, latest 3 months not included)
  • New York Times (1851-2017) via ProQuest Historical Newspapers — every issue includes the complete paper, cover-to-cover, with full-page and article images in downloadable PDF format
  • 1857-2009 available in Microfilm, Main Library Basement AN35 .N5 N6

USA Today

Wall Street Journal

  • In Factiva (1979-present)
  • In ProQuest U.S. Newsstream (1984-present)
  • Wall Street Journal - digitized newspaper with full-page images in downloadable PDF format (2008-recent, latest 3 months not included)
  • Wall Street Journal (1889-2004) via ProQuest Historical Newspapers — every issue includes the complete paper, cover-to-cover, with full-page and article images in downloadable PDF format
  • UGA students, faculty, and staff can create an account at wsj.com/UGA for a free subscription to the Wall Street Journal website (sponsored by the UGA Student Government Association)
  • 1889-2009 available in Microfilm, Main Library Basement HG1 .W187

Washington Post

 

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Search Tip

Not finding the article you want? Search tip — if you saw an article on a newspaper website, the headline (title) of the article might be different in a newspaper database from the headline displayed on the newspaper's website. If searching by headline does not find any matches, try searching for some keywords that describe the content of the article.

For additional help, please see the Research Help and Tips page or contact Eric Griffith at ecg@uga.edu

Newspapers on Microfilm

A large collection of newspapers on microfilm format is located in the basement of the UGA Main Library. Before digital storage became easy and cheap, microfilm was a format that libraries could use to maintain large collections of newspapers and other documents while saving physical storage space. Rolls of microfilm contain thousands of tiny images of the original documents. You need to use a microfilm reader to view newspapers on microfilm. A microfilm reader is a machine that allows you to view an image from microfilm at a normal size on a screen, and you can also print and save images of pages. Microfilm readers are available in the basement of the UGA Main Library.