Newspapers & Microfilm

Newspapers & Microfilm

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Newspapers

Newspapers are excellent sources of primary information. They often contain the first published accounts of an event, and provide windows into communities, contemporary social ideas, and local views on current events. The UO Libraries have a large collection of newspapers published in Oregon, and electronic access to newspapers published in the United States and around the world.

Finding Newspapers. Start here to read or browse a newspaper in print, online, or on microfilm.

Finding specific articles in Oregon Newspapers such as The Oregonian, The Register Guard, or The UO Daily Emerald.

Finding specific articles in U.S. and International Newspapers such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, or Times of London

Locating obituaries or other vital information in newspapers.

 

Microforms

The UO Libraries collections of microfilm, microfiche, and microprint are vital resources for historical and genealogical research. They include the most complete collection of Oregon newspapers available anywhere, other national and international newspapers, facsimile editions, and many other items of historical significance.

The Microform Desk and collections are located on the main floor of Knight Library. 

Microform Services (reader/printers, scanners, use policies, fees)

Microforms by Subject

Microform Inventories

 

Additional Research Guides

Guide to genealogical research

Guide to research using primary sources

 

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