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How do I look for a journal or newspaper?

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If you know the title of the journal or newspaper:

  • Click on Journal List on the Library's homepage (in the leftmost column);
  • Type the title, or the key parts of the title, into the search box
  • Select "title begins with", "title equals" or "title contains all words" from drop down list

Our holdings for that journal will be listed, including online, print, and microform holdings.  Choose the link that correlates to the dates you are searching for.

You can also check the library catalog by title.

 

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