by University of Oregon, Knight Library, Oregon Newspaper Microfilming Project in Eugene, Or .
Written in English
|Contributions||Oregon Newspaper Microfilming Project.|
|LC Classifications||Z6945 .U61915 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||153 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||90624013|
Oregon Newspapers on Microfilm Alphabetical Listing by Town This inventory comprises the Research Library’s holdings of Oregon newspapers on microfilm, arranged alphabetically by town. Please note that due to irregular filming schedules, there may be gaps in some of the more recent publications. Welcome to Historic Oregon Newspapers. On this site you can search and access complete content for historic Oregon newspapers that have been digitized as part of the Oregon Digital Newspaper Program (ODNP). This full-text searchable database contains almost 1,, pages from Oregon newspapers dated - , and we are continually. Get the latest Oregon Local News, Sports News & US breaking News. View daily OR weather updates, watch videos and photos, join the discussion in forums. Find more news articles and stories online. The following years are NOT available on microfilm: , , , , thru , , Hard copies of Burns Times-Herald available from - present.
Microfilm & microfilm readers. Microfilm is photographic film used to record miniaturized images on sheets or these are images of pages from newspapers and magazines. The reels of film use less space than the original items (for example, 50 years of Sports Illustrated on film takes up the same space as 1 year of the paper magazine, and the boxes of microfilm can fit in one small. The Library subscribes to many magazines and several newspapers. Current issues available for in-library reading. Back issues may be checked out. Search Oregon City Library's Periodicals. Microfilm/Microfiche The Oregon City Library is home to digitized versions of older newspapers, as well as census, marriage, and divorce indexes. Microfilm Scanning System. The Library’s digital microfilm scanning station is available! The system components include e-ImageData’s ScanPro Microfilm Scanner, a computer equipped with MS Office and a vertically mounted inch monitor.. The Friends of the Oregon City Public Library generously contributed to the purchase. The Oregon Historical Society in Portland, Oregon, has a large collection of Oregon newspapers on microfilm. The following list was compiled from the index created in the s by the reference staff. I have special rates for obituaries because I go to the Oregon Historical Society Library on a regular basis and can group obituary requests.
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