To search the microform collections at UCI go into ANTPAC and click on "Advanced Keyword". Try some general search terms in the "Any Field" box. (e.g., Medieval and England). Then scroll down and in the "Microform" box, select "All Microforms". (Do NOT select "Any"). Hint: Always try to find the Guide to the collection, as the Guide is extremely important for locating specific documents.
All microforms (including government documents and newspapers) are located on the second floor in the Grand Reading Room of the Ayala Science Library.
UCI Libraries have many microfilm and microfiche collections dealing with African American Studies. Below are just a few selected collections.
Call number: SCI Microforms M000322, Print Guide Available
Black Literature, 1827-1940
Call number: SCI Microforms M 000226
Black Abolitionist Papers, 1830-1865
Call number: SCI Microforms M 000439, Print Guide Available E446 .B59
Papers of Carter G. Woodson & the Association for the Study of Negro Life & History
Call number: SCI Microforms M 000770
Papers of the NAACP, 1909-1950
Call number: SCI Microforms M 000359
Papers of W.E.B. Du Bois
Call number: SCI Microforms M 000351, Print Guide Available Z6616 D8 M35
Records of ante-bellum southern plantations from the Revolution through the Civil War
Call number: SCI Microforms M000471; Print Guide Available
Slave Trade Journals and Papers
Call number: SCI Microforms M000822; Print Guide Available
Slavery in Ante-Bellum Southern Industries
Call number: SCI Microforms M000658; Print Guide Available
Call number: SCI Microforms M000147; Print Guide Available