Answered By: Library Services Desk Last Updated: Mar 29, 2017 Views: 70
The New York Times is available on microfilm and online.
The microfilm is in the McKeldin Library Periodicals Room (back of the first floor) at call number AN53.N4 T5. Using the microfilm is the easiest way to view a whole issue. Ask at McKeldin's Service Desk if you need help locating or reading the microfilm. We have microform readers in them front room, and staff will be glad to assist you.
The Times is also available online through the ProQuest Historical Newspapers database. Change the "Publication Date" field under "Search Options" to "Specific Date Range..." and then enter the date(s) you're looking for. This format is easier if you are trying to find something specific.
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