Welcome to the Latin American Library's News & Newspapers Research Guide where you can find tips and information to help you navigate library resources.
The Latin American Library provides access to news sources in a variety of formats, ranging from rare print copies of historical newspapers (18th century-1930s), print copies of contemporary newspapers (1940s-present), current newspapers subscriptions (such as the Granma International from Havana, Cuba) and access to full-text databases. Use this guide to explore LAL holdings.
Visit us at the Latin American Library, located on the fourth floor of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. The Latin American Library Offices and Special Collections are open Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm. Our general collections are open 7 days a week.