The Library subscribes to several full-text digital archive newspaper databases. These give you the complete newspaper article, including any pictorial content. In addition there are several databases which index older newspapers and weekly magazines, providing citations (references) to help you identify individual articles.
There are several useful additional databases which index older newspapers and weekly magazines, providing citations (references) to help you identify individual articles.
If none of the Library's databases cover the older newspapers or years you are looking for, try searching the print (hard copy and/or microform) indexes. Use these to locate dates and page numbers for specific articles, then check the Library Catalogue to see if the relevant newspapers are held in the library.
Note: for indexes specific to individual newspapers also check the entries in the List of Main Historical Newspaper Holdings in this guide.
|Title||Date Range||Format||Call Number|
|APAIS – indexes feature articles in major Australian newspapers||1955-78||Hard copy volumes||C016.99406/1 (Level 2 Compactus)|
|NSW Parliamentary Library Newspaper Index- indexes articles on government and pubilc affairs||1910-1975||Microfiche||ARC 079.944016/1|
It's not full-text! – what do I do?
Use the indexing databases to locate dates and page numbers for specific articles from individual newspapers, then check the A-Z Journal List to see if those newspapers are held in the UOW Library on microfilm or in hard copy.