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Access Newspapers Online Through Your Public Library Account
City and county public libraries in San Diego county, California, and the rest of the United States often have subscriptions to newspaper databases. Use these to get access to additional newspaper resources online. Major city libraries often have microfilmed older area newspapers and maybe the only source for some newspapers / older years.
Los Angeles Times on Proquest, New York Times direct, New York Times historical, SD Union Tribune on Newsbank. Also Newstand from Gale and Newstream from Proquest for 1000's of national and international newspapers.
The 3rd floor of the Central Library has Newspapers while the 9th floor has the San Diego Heritage collection. SDPL is the only library that has extensive years of the San Diego Tribune (former afternoon paper)
Coordinates preservation of California newspapers printed since 1846. Catalog shows publishing history and library locations for nearly 13,000 papers. Part of the state-by-state U.S. Newspaper Project. Based at UC Riverside.
The CNP catalog is the most comprehensive source of information about California newspapers. It details newspaper titles and holdings from more than 1,400 libraries, museums, historical societies and publishers' offices throughout the state. The catalog contains records for over 14,400 U.S. newspaper titles held in California repositories; close to 9,000 of these newspapers were or are published in California.