Answered By: Library Services Desk
Last Updated: May 31, 2017     Views: 381


To get every article from a particular day or week of the Wall Street Journal, run an "Advanced Search" in ProQuest Newspapers. This will get you a list of every article published in print and on the WSJ website within the date range you specify.

Here's the link to the Wall Street Journal entry in our library catalog. From there, click on the link under "Availability/Holdings" to access the ProQuest National Newspapers Core page for this title. Once you are there, click on the "Advanced Search" tab at the top-left of the page.

Then, search by a specific Publication Date range. For example, if you want to see all of the articles published in WSJ in the last week, select "Last 7 days."



If you want to see all of the articles published today, select "On this date" and fill in today's date.



There is no need to fill in any other part of the search form, just select your date or range of dates and click the search button.

The sidebar on the left-side of the screen gives you options for narrowing down your results further. To get the articles in the order they appear in the print edition, sort results by "Publication date (most recent first)."


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