Answered By: Amanda Peach
Last Updated: Jul 21, 2014     Views: 18

The best way to determine whether the library has access to a particular issue of a specific newspaper/journal is to search 'Journal Titles' at the link provided below.

By searching for the journal title you need in 'Journal Titles', not only will you determine whether or not we have a subscription, but you will also determine which years the subscription was active for and via what method you can access the articles - whether electronically, in the bound print collection, or via microfilm/microfiche.

If electronic access if available for that journal/newspaper, 'Journal Titles' will let you know which database provides access and will also link you directly to that database to begin your search.

If Hutchins Library does not have access to the journal/newspaper for the time period you need, you may request the article via our Interlibrary Loan service. 

If you need any help, feel free to ask a member of the Reference Desk staff for further assistance.