Fulltext newspaper databases may be more difficult to search successfully than article or book databases. Newspaper article headlines are more succinct and publishing practices may be very different depending on the era. Try these tips for searching:
Links to WSU-subscribed newspaper databases and selected freely available digitized newspapers. To find additional digitized newspapers see ICON: International Coalition on Newspapers.
For contemporary newspaper coverage (roughly since 1990) search the WSU Libraries catalog under the name of the newspaper or check large newspaper databases such as Newspaper Source, ProQuest Newsstand, and Lexis Nexis Academic.
The WSU Libraries has an extensive collection of historic newspapers on microfilm housed in the Microforms area on the first floor of Holland Library, including newspapers from the Pacific Northwest, the nation, and international newspapers. The best way to identify available newspapers on microfilm is to search the WSU Libraries Catalog for the title of the newspaper. Printers and scanners are available to make copies.