Answered By: Circulation Newman Library
Last Updated: Dec 21, 2019     Views: 33

It depends on whether we subscribe to the paper in question.

Start with the Journal Title Database and search the name of the newspaper there. You'll see if we have any access to the paper (online or on microforms) and for what dates. Sometimes you can search within that newspaper right from the search results screen, but that will usually only search against the most recent few years. Otherwise click through the source that includes the date range you need and search there.

If we don't subscribe to the newspaper, you can request the article through Interlibrary Loan, but you will need the precise date of publication, and ideally the section and page number too. You can use Discovery Search to try to find a complete citation (unclick the Limit to Library Collections box) or try Google.