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Newspapers: Newspaper microfilm sets

Newspaper microfilm sets

Listed below are subject specific newspaper microfilm sets at News/Micro Library.  Some are rare newspapers from a particular era. Other sets include newspapers and other print materials collected over time and microfilmed together for a condensed anthology of media on that topic.

In order to determine what is in the set, you need to use the accompanying Guide.   Consult the Oskicat record to locate the Guide to determine what titles/dates are on which reel/s within the set.

Please ask the helpful News/Micro staff for assistance in accessing these materials. 

Newspaper microfilm sets

  • Anti-Soviet Newspapers 1918-1922   includes all the newspapers containing anti-Bolshevik propaganda published in the territories controlled by the Whites and the Reds in the period 1918-1922. 
  • Black Abolitionist Papers 1830-1865   details the extensive work of African Americans to abolish slavery in the U.S.prior to the Civil War. Covering the period 1830-1865, it includes articles, essays, editorials, and other major writings from more than 200 African American, abolitionist, and reform newspapers.
  • Daily summary of Japanese Press (May 1952-Mar 1970) translations of Japanese newspapers produces overtime by different U.S. government agencies.
  • Gay and Lesbian politics and social activism  20th century selected periodicals and newsletters from the hodings of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society.
  • Gay and Lesbian community, support and spirit  20th century selected periodicals and newsletters from the hodings of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society.
  •  Herstory; microfilm collection a collection on the evolution of modern women contains newspapers and journals of women's liberation and women's civic, religious and professional and peace organization from all over the world.
  • Independent Mexico in Newspapers: the 19th Century   includes 579 Mexican newspaper titles which date from 1807 to 1900. Although holdings fo many of these newspapers exist in very short runs, they trace the evolution of the modern newspaper format for the period in Mexico. 
  • Japanese Camp Newspapers  includes newspapers from the ten "relocation" centers that housed some 100,000 Japanese Americans evacuated from their homes in the Pacific Coast states following the attack on Pearl Harbor.  These papers were published by these Japanese Americans.
  • Japanese Relocation Camp and assembly center Newspapers  (same as previous  citation, Microfilm 18913 D)
  • Late Soviet and Post-Soviet Transitional Press  
  • Migratory Labor Camp Papers  are newsletters by workers in labor camps migrating West in the wake of the Dust Bowl from 1938-1942.  To bring up all titles in this set: keyword search: "Migratory labor camp papers"  (MICROFILM 71130).

Newspaper microfilm sets

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