Rare Newspapers (18th century-1930s)
Looking for historical print newspapers? LAL has extensive rare newspaper holdings; There are more than 600 titles from 22 countries in LAL's Special Collections. Titles can be identified on the LAL Newspapers Resource page and by accessing the inventory (below). Rare Newspapers can be consulted within the LAL Reading Room during regular office hours.
Additional information about this collection:
Geographic Coverage:Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic,El Salvador, England, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras,Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico,Nicaragua,Panama,Peru,Puerto Rico,Spain,USA,Uruguay
Dates: c.18th century-1930s
Housed: LAL's Special Collections
Request: Please bring identifying bibliographic information to any LAL Staff member. Material can be consulted in the LAL Reading Room during office hours.
Questions: Don't hesitate to write us at Lal@tulane.edu or call us at (504) 865-5681
Find digitized newspapers:
Newspaper Digitization Initiatives -This International Coalition on Newspapers (ICON) database highlights and links to past, present, and prospective digitization projects of newspapers. Scroll down on the page to see newspaper digitization initiatives organized by country.
Additionally, microfilmed newspapers held elsewhere can sometimes be requested via Interlibrary Loan. Two key places to look: