17th and 18th Century Burney Collection
The 17th and 18th Century Burney Collection features newspapers and news pamphlets gathered by the Reverend Charles Burney (1757 – 1817) representing the largest single collection of 17th and 18th century English news media. The 700 or so bound volumes of newspapers and news pamphlets were published mostly in London, however there are also some English provincial, Irish and Scottish papers, and a few examples from the American colonies, Europe and India.
Accessible Archives
Accessible Archives contains 19th and 20th century primary material found in leading historic periodicals and books. Eyewitness accounts of historical events, descriptions of daily life, editorial observations, commerce as seen through advertisements. Some resources and collections available for access are Godey’s Lady’s Book (Parts 1-9); The Civil War collection (Parts 1-6), Virginia Gazette (Parts 1-5), African American Newspapers collection, Pennsylvania Genealogical Catalogue, Pennsylvania Newspaper Record, the Lily, Frank Leslie’s Weekly, National Citizen and Ballot Box and the Revolution.
African American Newspapers, 1827-1998
African American Newspapers, 1827-1998, provides online access to approximately 270 U.S. newspapers chronicling a century and a half of the African American experience. This unique collection, which includes papers from more than 35 states, features many rare and historically significant 19th-century titles.
Alt-HealthWatch is a full-text database of more than 140 periodicals, journals, professional publications, magazines, consumer newsletters and newspapers, research reports, and association newsletters focused on complementary, alternative, and integrated approaches to health care and wellness.
Alternative Press Index 
Alternative Press Index (API) is a bibliographic database of journal, newspaper, and magazine articles from over 300 international alternative, radical, and left periodicals. Born of the New Left, the API was launched to provide access to the emerging theories and practices of radical social change. Alternative Press Index covers theories and practices of socialism and revolution alongside; ecology, democracy and anarchism, feminism and organized labor, and indigenous peoples and gays/lesbians. API coverage is both international and interdisciplinary.
 Archive of Wisconsin Newspapers
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s Archive of Wisconsin Newspapers provides access to more than 250 Wisconsin newspapers from 2005 to 90 days ago, and 13 historical Wisconsin newspapers from the 1800s and 1900s. Each addition is covered cover to cover in a PDF, searchable format.
BadgerLink provides access to information resources for Wisconsin residents in cooperation with the state’s public, school, academic, and special libraries. It includes access to over 6,000 magazines, newsletters and newspapers. Many of the titles are full text.
Black Literature Index
Black Studies Index allows users to search over 70,000 bibliographic citations for fiction, poetry and literary reviews published in 110 black periodicals and newspapers between 1827-1940.
Black Studies Center
Black Studies Center is a fully searchable gateway to Black Studies including scholarly essays, recent periodicals and historical newspaper articles.
British Library Newspapers
British Library Newspapers contains full runs of influential national and regional newspapers representing different political and cultural segments of British society.
Chicago Defender
The Chicago Defender newspaper is shown as a searchable full text backfile from 1910 to 1975.
Civil Engineering Database
The Civil Engineering Database (CEDB) is designed to provide easy bibliographic access to all ASCE publications. The database covers ASCE documents published since 1970. It provides access to all the journals, conference proceedings, books, standards, manuals, magazines, and newspapers.
GenderWatch is a repository of important historical perspectives on the evolution of the women’s movement, men’s studies, the transgender community and the changes in gender roles over the years. Publications include scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, regional publications, books and NGO, government and special reports.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 2019- [3 month embargo] 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel digital newspaper archive coverage begins with January 1, 2019. Most recent 3 months not available from publication date. Archival issues prior to 2019 are available on microfilm. Current issues are available in print in the Media and Reserve Library.
Newspapers.com Library Edition – World Collection.
Newspapers.com Library Edition – World Collection contains historical newspapers from the 1700s – 2000s. Included are thousands of well-known regional, state, and small local newspapers in the United States and other countries. There are 150 Wisconsin-specific titles including the Janesville Daily Gazette, the Racine Daily Herald, the Eau Claire Leader, and many more.
Newspaper Source Plus
Newspaper Source Plus includes more than 860 full-text newspapers, providing more than 35 million full-text articles. In addition, the database features more than 857,000 television and radio news transcripts.
Nineteenth Century Collections Online
Nineteenth Century Collections Online unites multiple, distinct archives into a single resource, including a wide variety of previously unavailable primary sources ranging from books and monographs, newspapers and periodicals, diaries and personal letters, manuscripts, photographs, pamphlets, and maps.
Nineteenth Century U.S. Newspapers
The Nineteenth Century U.S. Newspapers collection contains digital facsimile images of both full pages and clipped articles for hundreds of 19th century U.S. newspapers and advanced searching capabilities. For each issue, the newspaper is captured from cover-to-cover, providing access to every article, advertisement and illustration.
ProQuest Historical Newspapers: 
     Chicago Defender (1909-1975)
The Chicago Defender (1909-1975) offers full page and article images with searchable full text.
     Chicago Tribune (1849-1997)
The Chicago Tribune (1849-1994) offers full page and article images with searchable full text.
     Los Angeles Times (1881-1996)
The Los Angeles Times (1881-1994) offers full page and article images with searchable full text.
      The New York Times (1851-2017)
The New York Times (1851-2014) offers full page and article images with searchable full text.
     The Wall Street Journal (1889-2003)
The Wall Street Journal (1889-2000) offers full page and article images with searchable full text.
     The Washington Post (1877-2004)
The Washington Post (1877-2001) offers full page and article images with searchable full text.
Proquest Dailies – 1980 to current
Chicago Tribune
Los Angeles Times
New York Times
Wall Street Journal
Washington Post
Regional Business News
Regional Business News indexes 75 business journals, newspapers and news wires from major metropolitan areas within the United States. Full text is available for more than 50 titles.
SRDS Media Solutions 
UWM Libraries has access to these SRDS modules: Digital Media, Consumer Magazine Media, Business Publication Media, Local Media by DMA, Newspaper Media, Radio Media, TV & Cable Media, Out-of-Home Media, Print Media Circulation, and Claritas 360. SRDS provides access to a variety of information for different types of advertising media, such as editorial or programming content, contact information, advertising rates, circulation data, web metric statistics, market analysis, and more.
The Times Digital Archive
The Times Digital Archive allows users to search over 200 years of this invaluable historical source.
First published in 1785, The Times of London is widely considered to be the world’s ‘newspaper of record’.   (1785-1985)
Ulrichsweb (Ulrich’s Periodical Directory) is the authoritative source of detailed information on periodicals of all types — academic and scholarly journals, Open Access publications, peer-reviewed titles, popular magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and more from around the world.
US Newsstream 
US Newsstream enables users to search the most recent premium U.S. news content, as well as archives which stretch back into the 1980s featuring newspapers, newswires, blogs, and news sites in active full-text format. US Newsstream offers exclusive access to the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and The Wall Street Journal. US Newsstream also offers one of the largest collections of local and regional newspapers, and is cross-searchable on the ProQuest platform.
UWM Post Newspaper 1956-2012 
The UWM Post has served as UWM’s unofficial news outlet and a primary source of news about campus activities, the university administration, and the greater Milwaukee area. It published on a weekly basis and was operated entirely by student staff. The Post printed its last issue in November 2012 and has published online exclusively since 2013. The digital collection represents an almost complete run of the Post; gaps in the digital collection reflect gaps in the physical collection housed in the UWM Archives.
Updated 10/28/2022
TitleHoldings/SummaryCall #
ABC DE TIJUANA (Tijuana, Mexico)No.1 (1977)-no.1026 (1979) (35 microfilm reels)
Summary: 3 Volumes of the editorial ABC de Tijuana in Spanish.
(MF) AN 031
AFRO-AMERICAN (Baltimore, Md.: 1915)1915:Dec.11-1987
Summary: Replaces paper newspaper called: Washington Afro-American and the Washington
Tribune (Washington, D.C.: Blue Star ed.)
(MF) E 05
THE ALASKA APPEALv.1 (1879)-v.2 (1880)
Summary: 2 volumes of a semimonthly publication from Alaska. Published to appeal for the
protection and common privileges for Alaska’s inhabitants.
(MF) F 07
AMERICAN INDIAN PERIODICALS FROM THE STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WISCONSIN. 1884–1981.Summary: This 26 item collection includes community newspapers in both
English and Native American languages, as well as mission and church
newspapers and periodicals.
(MF) E 018
ATLANTA CONSTITUTION (Atlanta, Ga.: 1881)1994:Jan.-1997
Summary: This paper was previously known as the Daily Constitution.
(MF) AN 033
BILALIAN NEWSSummary: Also known as Muhammad Speaks and World Muslim News. This paper was based in Chicago, Illinois.
•v.15:no.9 (1975:Nov.7); v.1:no.1 (1975:Nov.14)-v.1:no.33, v.1:no.36-v.6 (1981)
•v.15:no.9 (1975:Nov.), v.1:no.10 (1976:Jan.10)

•(MF) E 015

•(MF) E185.61.B5x
BATAILLE (Paris: 1915)1916-1920
Summary: A French paper from 1915. Also known as Bataille Syndicaliste (Paris: 1911) and People
(Paris: 1920).
(MF) AN 020
BOSTON GLOBE1995:Jan.1/10-1996:Oct.11/20, 1996:Nov.01/05-1996:Dec.11/20,
1997:Jan.01/10-1997: Dec.
Summary: A daily newspaper from Boston, Mass.: Globe Newspaper Co.
(MF) AN 034
BRITISH MAGAZINE (London, England: 1746)v.1 (1746)-v.6 (1751)
Summary: This paper is part of the Early English Newspapers collection. There are 6 volumes. This collection features the monthly edition from March 1746 to 1750 and the bi-monthly from January 1746 to May 1751.
(MF) AP 041
CALIFORNIA CHRONIKNo.17 (1866)-no.44 (1866)
Summary: This paper was based in San Francisco and ran from 1866 to 1878. It is written in German.
(MF) AN 11
CHICAGO DEFENDER (Chicago, Ill.: Daily)1974-1993
Summary: The Defender was founded in 1905 by Robert S. Abbott for primarily African American readers. Historically, it is considered the “most important” paper of what was then known as the colored or Negro press. Abbott’s newspaper reported and campaigned against Jim Crow era violence and urged blacks in the American South to come north in what became the Great Migration.
(MF) AN 023
CHICAGO TRIBUNE1972:Jan.-1972: May 23, 1972:Jun.-1983, 1985-2014
Summary: The “World’s Greatest Newspaper” and “The American paper for Americans”. The Chicago Tribune is a daily paper from Chicago, Illinois.
(MF) AN 016
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR (Boston, Mass.: 1908)1960-2009
Summary: The Christian Science Monitor (CSM) is a nonprofit news organization that publishes a weekly print edition. Its aim is to embrace the human family, shedding light with the conviction that understanding the world’s problems and possibilities moves us towards solutions.
(MF) AN 01
COLORED AMERICAN (Augusta, Ga.)Dec.1865 – Jan.1866(MF) E 07
COLORED AMERICAN (New York)March, 1840 – March, 1841
Summary: The Colored American was an African-American newspaper published in New York City from 1837 to 1842. This paper was initially known as The Weekly Advocate. It was a weekly newspaper that circulated in free black communities.
(MF) E 12
CONNECTICUT COURANT (Hartford, Conn.: 1791)Summary: This paper, also known as the Hartford Courant, is the largest daily newspaper in the U.S. state of Connecticut, and is often recognized as the oldest continuously published newspaper in the United States. A morning newspaper serving most of state north of New Haven and east of Waterbury.Call #: (MF) AN 7, 1837
Call #: (MP) AN 01 Box 7 1791:Mar.21-1820.
Print Index: Z 6951 .B86 [Located in Lower Level East]
THE DAILY GAZETTEERNo.1 (1735)-no.2100, no.2260-no.2357, no.2359-no.2429, no.2431-no.2459, no.2461, no.2463-no.2464, no.2466-no.3047, no.3049-no.3182, no.3184-no.3211, no.3213-no.4006, no.4008-no.4031, no.4033-no.5010, no.5012-no.5018, no.5020-no.5084, no.5086, no.5088-
no.5132 (1745)
Summary: The Daily Gazetteer was an English newspaper which was published from 30 June 1735 until 1746.
(MF) AP 075
DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER1829:Oct.17-1848:Dec.30, 1849:Jan.1-1849:Jun.30, 1849:Jul.2-1856:Feb.6
Summary: From the 1830s to the 1850s, the National Intelligencer was one of the nation’s leading Whig newspapers, and continued to hold conservative, unionist principles down to the Civil War, supporting John Bell and the Constitutional Union Party in the 1860
presidential election.
(MF) AN 021
THE DAILY PICAYUNE (New Orleans, La.: 1837)1861:Aug.15-1861: Dec., 1863:Jan.-1863:Jul.22, 1864:Aug.20-1865:Mar.7(MF) AP 094
THE DAILY REPUBLICAN AND NEWS (MILWAUKEE)1881-1882: May 20. Filmed with other titles.(MF) AN 3
DAILY RICHMOND EXAMINER (Richmond, Va.: 1861)1861:Jul.16-1866:Aug.29
On reel with: Richmond semi-weekly examiner.
Summary: A newspaper published during the American Civil War. Its editors viewed strong executive leadership as a threat to the liberties of its subscription readership. The paper published staunch and increasingly vitriolic opposition to the leadership and policies of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
(MF) AN 038
DAILY SENTINEL (Grand Junction, Colo.)1951:Jun.1-1951:Aug.15
Summary: The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel is the largest daily newspaper in western Colorado, with distribution in six counties. 2013 marked 120 years of publication since the newspaper’s founding in 1893.
(MF) AN 027
DEMOCRATIE (Paris, France: 1910)1910:Aug.17-1914:Aug.3(MF) AP 068
DETROIT NEWS1976-1992:Nov.16/30, 1993:Jan.1/15, 1993:Feb.-1994
Summary: The Detroit News is one of the two major newspapers in the U.S. city of Detroit, Michigan. The paper began in 1873, when it rented space in the rival Detroit Free Press’s building.
(MF) AN 025
DOUGLASS’ MONTHLY (Rochester)V.1:no.8 (1859)-v.5 (1863)
Summary: The Douglass’ Monthly was the successor to Frederick Douglass’ earlier abolitionist papers: The North Star and the Frederick Douglass’ Paper. This monthly publication was also devoted to the abolitionist movement and social reform.
(MF) E 03
EARLY AMERICAN NEWSPAPERSReel 1 (1984)-Reel 438 (1996)(MF) AN 029
THE ELEVATOR•v.1 (1865)-v.34:no.6 (1898)
•(MF) AN 12
•(MF) E 07 Reel 10, 19-20
Print Index: (MFC)Z6944.N39 P7 [Located in Microtext Room]
EXAMINER (London, England: 1808)No.1 (1808)-no.3813 (1881)(MF) AP 048
FREEDOM’S JOURNAL (New York)No.1 (1827)-no.104 (1829)
Summary: First newspaper published by Blacks in the United States. Cf. Jacobs, D. Antebellum Black newspapers, 1976.
(MF) E 18
THE GREAT SPECKLED BIRDv.1:no.1 (1968:Mar.15/20)-v.1:no.37 (1969)(MF) AP 013
GREEN-BAY INTELLIGENCER (Green-bay, Wisconsin)v.1:no.1 (1833:Dec.11)-v.1:no.20 (1835:Jun.13)
Summary: First newspaper in Wisconsin, it was published in Green Bay, Wis.
(MF) AN 10
GUARDIAN (New York, N.Y.: 1968)v.20:no.19 (1968:Feb.10)-v.44 (1992:Aug.19)(MF) AP 088
THE IRISH-AMERICANv.30 (1878)-v.32:no.45 (1880:Oct.30)(MF) E 020
THE IRISH NATIONv.1:no.3 (1881:Nov.26)-1883(MF) E 022
THE ITALIAN LEADERv.1 (1933)-v.5:no.14 (1937)(MF) AP 034
JAPAN TIMES ADVERTISER1942:Oct.5-1942:Dec.31(MF) AN 07
JEWISH CHRONICLE (London: 1841)1844 Oct.-1846, 1841-1978(MF) AP 014
KENTUCKY GAZETTE (Lexington, Ky.: 1789)1789:Mar.14-1803:Jan.11, 1789-1792(MF) AN 039
KALEIDOSCOPE (Milwaukee, Wis.: 1967)v.1 (1967)-v.5 (1971)(MF) AN 013
LIBERATOR (Boston, Mass.: 1831)Ser. 2 Reel 391- 399, v.1 (1831)-v.35 (1865)
Summary: Published by William Garrison Lloyd, American abolitionist
(MF) AP 1
LIBERATOR (New York: American Negro Labor Congress)v.1:no.34 (1929) – v.3:no.46 (1932)(MF) E 17
LONDON TIMES (London, England)1788: Mar.18-2016(MF) AN 04
THE LOUNGERno.1 (1785)-no.101 (1787)(MF) AP 058
MILWAUKEE COURIER (Milwaukee, Wis.)v.1 (1964)-v.14 (1978)(MF) F 06
MILWAUKEE JOURNAL (Milwaukee, Wis.: 1890)1890-current(MF) AN 06
MILWAUKEE SENTINEL (Milwaukee, Wis.)1883-1995(MF) AN 05
MISCELLANEOUS INDIAN NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED BY VARIOUS INDIAN AGENCIES IN WYOMING.Summary: This small collection includes The Indian Guide and The Indian Paint Brush, both published by the children of the Wind River Boarding School, Shoshone Agency, Wyoming.(MF) E 192
MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER (Montgomery, Ala.: Daily)June 2, 1898-July 1, 1898(MF) AN 035
MUHAMMAD SPEAKS (Chicago: Muhammad’s Mosque No. 2)v.1 (1961)-v.15:no.8 (1975)(MF) E 015
MUSLIM JOURNAL (Chicago, Ill.)1985: May 10-1999(MF) E 015
NATIONAL OBSERVER1962-1977:Jul.11(MF) AN 015
NEGRO NEWSPAPERS ON MICROFILMSummary: This historic collection consists of approximately 200 African American newspapers dating from the mid-19th to the early 20th centuries, with the majority published around the turn of the century.(MF) E 07
Print Index: (MFC) Z 6944.N39 P7 [Located in Microtext Room]
NEGRO WORKER (Paris, France)Summary: Int’l. Trade Union Comm. of Negro Workers(MF) HT 4
NEGRO WORLD (New York: African Communities League)v.20:no.21 (1926)-v.32: no.4 (1933)(MF) E 21
NEW NATIONAL ERAv.1:no.35 (1870:Sep.8)-v.5 (1874)(MF) AP 032
NEW YORK AGE (New York)v.77:no.14 (1957Jun.15)-v.79:no.50 (1960:Feb.27)(MF) E 14
NEW YORK AMSTERDAM NEWSv.41 (1962)-v.61 (1971)(MF) E 06
NEW-YORK EVENING POST (New York, N.Y.: 1801)•1801-1832
•(MF) AN 1 Reel A1 (1801)-Reel A18 (1832)
•(MF) AN 01 Box 79-80, 1801-1820
Print Index: Z 6951 .B86 [Located in Lower Level East]
NEW YORK TIMES (New York, New York)1857:Sep.14-1924:Mar.16/31, 1924:Apr.16/30-1968:Nov.1/8, 1968:Nov.17/23-2005:Dec.1/15,
2006-2014: Nov.
Summary: Includes New York Times Magazine and New York Times Book Review.
(MF) AN 02
PALESTINE POST1947:Jul.1-1950:Apr.21(MF) AN 030
THE PEOPLE’S PAPER (London)1852-1858(MF) AN 022
PERIODICALS BY AND ABOUT NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS, 1923-1981Summary: The majority of the 106 publications in the collection are short-lived Native American newsletters, tabloids and newspapers.(MF) E 019
Print Index: (MFC) E 75 .P47x 1981 [Located in Microtext Room]
PITTSBURGH COURIER (Pittsburgh, Pa.: National ed.: 1910)1923-1950:Aug.12(MF) AN 08
RICHMOND SEMI-WEEKLY EXAMINER (Richmond, Va.: 1849)1862:Jul.4(MF) AN 038 On reel with: Daily Richmond examiner.
SATURDAY EVENING POST (Philadelphia, Pa.: 1839)v.170 (1898)-v.242, v.245:no.1-v.245:no.6 (1973)(MF) AP 035
SUNDAY TIMES (London, England: 1822)1985-2002: Jan. 2002:Jun.-2005:Dec.4/18; 2006-2010: Aug. 2010:Oct.-2016(MF) AN 028
TIMES-PICAYUNE (New Orleans, La.: 1914)1972-1979(MF) AN 018
Print Index: (MFC) AI21.T66 N49 [Located in Microtext Room]
THE TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT (London, England)Issues for Jan. 17, 1902-Mar. 12, 1914 distributed with The Times, London.(MF) AP 080
Print Index: (MFC) AI1.U5x. [Located in Microtext Room]
UNDERGROUND PRESS COLLECTION, HOOVER INSTITUTION SUPPLEMENTSummary: These collections consist primarily of 1960s and 70s newspapers from a wide range of the era’s underground and radical movements, including civil rights papers such as Black Panther (San Francisco) and Black Politics: A Journal of Liberation (Berkeley). Each title is listed separately in the online catalog.(MF) AN 036
Print Guide: (MFC) AI 1 .U52x 1988 [Located in Microtext Room]
VIRGINIA MISCELLANEOUS NEWSPAPERSSummary: A 40 title collection from the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Contains selected issues from newspapers published between 1792 and 1927 in the
following Virginia localities: Alexandria, Fredericksburg, Martinsburg, Norfolk, Petersburg, Richmond, Staunton, Warrenton, and Winchester.
(MF) AN 040
VILLAGE VOICE (Greenwich Village, New York, N.Y.)v.1 (1955)-v.55:no.52 (2010:Dec.29/2011:Jan.4)(MF) AN 026
VIRGINIA GAZETTE (Williamsburg, Va.: 1736)no.1 (1736)-no.283 (1780)(MF) AN 8
Print Index: (MFC) AI21 .V52 [Located in Microtext Room]
VOCE DEL POPOLO (San Francisco, Calif.)1868:Jan.4-1868:Jan.9, 1868:Jul.3-1868:Aug.27,1868:Sep.1-1868:Oct.20, 1868:Oct.24-Dec.1, 1868:Dec.5, 1868:Dec.10-1868:Dec.31, 1869:Jan.5, 1869:Jan.12, 1869:Jan.29, 1869:Mar.5, 1870:May 20, 1890:Oct.1-1890:Oct.6, 1890:Oct.10, 1890:Oct.13-1890:Oct.14, 1890:Oct.18, 1890:Oct.22, 1890:Oct.24, 1890:Oct.28, 1890:Oct.30, 1895:Mar.6, 1895:Mar.8, 1899:Feb.28, 1904:Jun.14, 1904:Jul.22, 1905:Mar.4-1905:Mar.8
Summary: The only Italian newspaper published in California, 1867-1943.
(MF) AN 13
VOICE OF THE NEGRO (Atlanta)v.1 (1904)-v.3:no.10 (1906: Oct.)(MF) E 20
WASHINGTON POST (Washington, D.C.: 1974)1974-2014(MF) AN 019
Print Index: (MFC) AI21.W33 O33x and (MFC) AI21.W33 W36 [Located in Micrtotext Room]
WISCONSIN WEEKLY ADVOCATE (Milwaukee, Wis.)1898-1907(MF) E 07 Reel 177-180
WORLD (London, England: 1753)no.1 (1753)-no.209 (1756)(MF) AP 065
THE WORLD (New York, N.Y.: 1883: Daily)1898:Aug.22-1899: Oct.(MF) AN 040
Updated 10/28/2022