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1. Collections:

a. Current:

b. Historical collections, microfilm:

(Most available on Interlibrary Loan or by request in the Newspaper & Current Periodical Reading Room. Microfilm files may or may not be fully complete for date spans listed. )

c. Historical collections, bound volumes:

(Available by request in the Newspaper & Current Periodical Reading Room. Not available on Interlibrary Loan.)

d. Historical collections, electronic full text:

e. Collection Policies:

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Library of Congress newspaper holdings are available from the Library of Congress Catalog.

If you find yourself viewing raw MARC catalog records (with numbered fields), please note the following:

  1. The 362 field gives the dates a newspaper was in publication, NOT the holdings of the Library of Congress.
  2. If the 050 field has a number like 7256X, it usually means we have only a few loose issues of the title. The X means the paper is stored a large paper folder known as a portfolio. Portfolios usually contain only a few single issues.

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