Answered By: John Kissinger Last Updated: Nov 18, 2015 Views: 113
The main campus library maintains a limited microfilm archive of newspapers. We have the New York Times going back to its beginnings in the 1860's as well as the Atlanta Journal Constitution and the Wall Street Journal until about 2003 when we suspended purchasing the microfilm versions of these newspapers in favor of electronic access to the same resources. We also archive microfilm of The Brunswick news. Our microfilm collection does have a few other local papers that are no longer published.
Since the early 1990's the college has had assess to a wide range of newspapers on line through the "Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe" database which is available in GALILEO this has ended the practice of collecting and maintaining many of the larger and regional papers on microfilm.
The library at the Camden Center does not maintain it's own newspaper archive but has access to the collections in GALILEO as well as the microfilms at main campus library. We also can obtain copies of newspaper articles throughout the country by doing interlibrary loan requests.
If you have any questions about the library's microform collection please contact us.