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For a complete list of available resources, see Newspapers.
Ethnic and minority magazines and newspapers, 1959-present. Database Guide
Historical Newspapers: New York Times (1851 - ca. current minus 3 years)
Historical access to major U.S. newspaper, often considered the "newspaper of record." For current issues, 1980-present, use this
. Fully searchable digital images of issues from 2008 - current (with a 3-month embargo) are available here
Historical Newspapers: Jerusalem Post (1932 - 2008)
Founded in 1932 as The Palestine Post, this paper established itself as the top English-language paper of the Middle East and Jewish world. Popular with British servicemen and women stationed in the region, as well as readers in Cairo and Alexandria, the paper had strong readership in both Jewish and Arab cities throughout Palestine. The publication fervently supported the struggle for a Jewish homeland and freely opposed British restrictions on Jewish immigration. The publication came to be known as The Jerusalem Post in 1950. Over the decades, the paper espoused a left-leaning perspective that shifted to the right in the 1980s. It is regarded as one of the world’s most important newspaper titles, with in-depth historical coverage of regional and world events, and excellent resource for researchers of a various topics.
UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, HILLMAN LIBRARY Microforms (Ground Floor)