Read All About It!

We have new newspaper microfilm cataloged and available for use in the Reading Room.

 

  • Amherst News Times 2006-2008
  • Chillicothe Gazette Dec 2008
  • Cincinnati Enquirer Sept 1-10, 2008; Dec 11-20, 2008
  • Cleveland Call & Post July 2007 – Dec 2008
  • Cleveland Plain Dealer Dec 11-31, 2008
  • Columbus Dispatch 2008-2009
  • Eaton Register Herald July-Dec 2008
  • Galion Inquirer Oct-Dec 2008
  • Greenville Advocate July-Sept 2008
  • Grove City Record Jan 2004 – Oct 2008
  • Lima News Dec 2008
  • Lorain Morning Journal Nov-Dec 2008
  • Loudonville Times 2005-2008
  • Marysville Journal Tribune Oct-Dec 2008
  • Perrysburg Journal Nov 26, 1880 – Aug 26, 1920
  • Steubenville Herald Star Nov-Dec 2008
  • Troy Daily News Mar-Dec 2008
  • West Milton Record June 2006 – May 2008
  • Wilmington News Journal 2008
  • Youngstown Vindicator Nov 16-30, 2008; Dec 1-15, 2008
  • The Reading Room is on the third floor of the Ohio Historical Center at I-71 and 17th Ave. in Columbus. It is currently open Thursdays from 9 AM to 9 PM.

    For more newspaper titles on microfilm search the Newspaper database in our Online Collection Catalog.

    Many newspaper titles on microfilm are available for interlibrary loan. Click here for more information.

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    One Response to Read All About It!

    1. Doc says:

      Interesting article. I am in Ohio on business in February 2011 so I will stop by as I am fascinated by some of the materials you have in the collection.

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