This page includes various California, US, and international newspapers and historical magazine either through the libraries or that are freely available online. Please consult the Newspaper Research Guide for a more comprehensive list.
Art & Architecture Archive:
A collection of digitized back-files of popular art magazines
of the 20th century.
UCI Libraries purchased the Art + Photography module.
This provides digital access to 22 titles.
Each issue is scanned in high resolution color with fully searchable text.
California Digital Newspaper Project (1846-1922)
California Eagle (1944)
California's Historical Newspapers (1846-1922)
Los Angeles Times Historical (1881-1987)
Los Angeles Sentinel (1934-2005)
San Francisco Chronicle (1869-1922)
Rest of the United States
19th Century U.S. Newspapers
America's Historical Newspapers (1690-1876)
Atlanta Daily World (1931-2003)
Baltimore Afro-American (1893-1998)
Chicago Defender & Daily Defender (1910-1976)
Chicago Tribune Historical (1849-1986)
Ethnic Newswatch (1960-)
Google News Archives Search
Illustrated Civil War Newspaper & Magazines
New York Times Historical (1851-2007)
Pittsburgh Courier (1911-1950)
Wall Street Journal Historical (1889-1993)
Washington Post Historical (1877-1994)
17th-18th Century Burney Collection
British Newspapers (1800-1900)
Eighteenth Century Journals (British) (1685-1815)
The Guardian (Manchester, England) (1821-2003)
Kikuzo ll Visual (1879-) (in Japanese)
Latin American Newspapers (late 19th-20th century)
Times Digital Archive (London) (1785-2014)
NewspaperSG (Singapore) (1831-2009)
The Observer (London) (1791-2003)
People's Daily (Renmin Ribao) (1946-)
Picture Post Historical Archive (1938-1957)
Pravda Digital Archive (1912-2009)
Shen Bao (1872-1949)
Taiwan nichinichi shinpō (1868-1944)
TLS: Times Literary Supplement Archive (1902-2014)
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