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Newspapers and Magzines

Historic Collections

If you are looking for a historical article and can't access it in any of our databases nor through OneSearch you may be able to find it in one of the following collections: 

Library of Congress Digitized Newspapers

Miner-Echo [Cle Elum, Washington].


A historic newspaper from Cle Elum, Washington. 
Location: Issues from 1902 to 1960 can be found at Brooks Library, 3rd floor, Government Documents, MM-261

Newspapers and Periodicals on Microfilm

Microforms are materials that have been photographed and printed at a much smaller scale on either paper or plastic, which can be viewed on a microform reader.  

They are housed in the Government Publications, Maps, and Microforms department on the third floor of Brooks Library, and include local, national, and international newspapers. Example titles include the San Francisco Examiner (1902-1917), the Seattle Times (1889-1891, 1895-1896, 1966-2011), the Los Angeles Times (1886-1952), the Pendleton Republican (1897-1900), the Morning Oregonian (1861-1955), the Yakima Herald-Republic (1903-2011), the Miner-Echo (1922-1960), and the Ellensburg Daily Record (1938-2005).

To learn more about how to use or access microforms you can check out this Microform Library Guide, or set up an appointment with a librarian.