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Finding Older Information : Print Resources
This guide will help students find older information both in the Gingrich library and on the web.
The following older newspapers are available in the Gingrich Library on microfilm.
New York Times 1851-present
Reading Eagle 1868-present
Reading Times 1858-2002
Berks & Schuylkill Journal 1816-1910
The Hamburg 1902-1989
The Miner’s Journal (Pottsville, Pa) 1872-1879
Reading Adler 1885-1912
Reading Gazette 1840-1849
Reading Gazette & Democrat 1850-1873
Reading Press 1889-1893
Schuylkill Telegram Nov. 25-Dec. 23, 1893
Spirit of Berks 1877-1881
To find books and AV materials at Albright, use cataLION.
You can search by author, title, or subject. Two types of searching are keyword and browsing. Try several types of search. The results will be different.
If you cannot locate what you need in cataLION, try these other catalogs to find materials in other libraries, which you can be obtained through interlibrary loan.
In cataLION it is possible to narrow your search to only find items from prior to 1900. Go to the advanced search option in Catalion. In the publication date range type in the date you are looking for.
If you use the ( -) sign before the year ex. -1900 catalion will bring up everything published during or before 1900.
If you use the ( -) sign after 1900 ex. 1900- catalion will bring up everything published after 1900.
To find a book or AV material, enter your search here:
JSTOR is a shared digital library that includes the fulltext of more than 2,000 academic journals, dating back to the first volume published. Coverage varies depending on the journal title.
Due to "moving wall" agreements with the publishers, JSTOR does not include current issues of journals; the most recently published issue of any current journal will not appear in JSTOR until 1-5 years after the publishing date.