Jewish Newspapers and Periodicals on Microfilm by Zafren

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ISBN 100878203508
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World Jewish Newspapers & Periodicals on Microfilm. The New York Public Library's title list. Individual Digitized Newspapers & Magazines Jewish Telegraph Agency Archive.

Aufbau () American Jewish Year Book, Access via JSTOR. American Jewish Year Book, Author: Guy Burak. Ethnic NewsWatch () offers full-text of 90 newspapers and other periodicals () and of 30 African American, Hispanic American, and Native American newspapers and other periodicals ().Includes book/film/television reviews.

Lists of periodicals by ethnicity. Includes African American, Arab American, Asian American, European American, Author: Fred Burchsted. Union List of Digitized Jewish Historic Newspapers, Periodicals, and e-Journals Ethnic Newswatch Ethnic NewsWatch is a current resource of full-text newspapers, magazines, and journals of the ethnic and minority press, providing researchers access to essential, often overlooked : Shmuel Ben-Gad.

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LIST OF JEWISH PERIODICALS A LIST OP JEWISH PEKIODICALS PUBLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES Compiled by A. Freidus, of the New York Public Library BIBLIOGRAPHY American Israelite. A bibliography of the Jewish periodical press. (June 8, 15, 22, 29,v. ) British Museum.

Catalogue of Hebrew Books, by S. van Straalen. File Size: KB. French genealogical periodicals about ethnic or religious minorities may also be useful.

They include: Cercle de Généalogie Juive (Jewish Genealogical Society). Published by the Cercle de Généalogie Juive, Centre Edmond Fleg, 8bis rue de l'Eperon, Paris, France.

(Family History Library book D25b; not on microfilm.). Most newspapers are shelved at the Periodicals Desk, located in the east wing of the 2nd floor; ask for the newspapers you need there.

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(For more information, see How to Find Newspapers.) For many titles, paper copies are. Memorial Book Collection; Music; New York Times (microfilm) Oral History Collection; Periodicals and Newspapers; Photographs and Albums; Polish Jewish Survivors,(microfilm) Postcards; Posters; Rare/Brittle Book Collection; Vertical Files; World Federation of Jewish Child Survivors of the Holocaust and Descendants.

International Print Newspapers. A Sharq al Awsat Ha Aretz Jerusalem Post. In general, print newspapers are held for 30 days, with selected newspapers held until receipt of microfilm.

NEWSPAPERS IN MICROTEXT. Newspapers in the Microtext Collection NEWSPAPERS IN ONLINE DATABASES. 17th and 18th Century Burney Collection.

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This list may not reflect recent changes (). Not all newspapers have been digitized yet and in many cases there is no index available to figure out what date you need.

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These publications contain news of people active in the Jewish community. The following periodicals are available at the Spertus Institute of Jewish Study in the Asher Library.

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