A Guide to the Newspaper Collection on Microfilm at the Maryland State Archives

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A guide to the microfilm collection of newspapers at the Maryland State Archives. Title Also Known As: Newspapers of Maryland Statement of Responsibility: compiled by Les White and the staff of the Maryland State Archives Authors: White, Les (Main Author) Maryland. State Archives. Maryland Gazette (w).

Annapolis, Maryland. Ellis has Janu – Decem Note: Title varies: Maryland Gazette Janu – Janu ; Maryland Gazette and Political Intelligencer Janu – Decem ; Maryland Gazette and State Register – Decem ; Maryland Gazette January 4, – Decem The "Baltimore News American" was a major daily newspaper printed under various titles and multiple forms for over years.

The highlights of the collection are the over one million photographic print and negative images, dating roughly from toalong with the microfilm reels of newspaper content, covering a view of Baltimore and Maryland from to and to STATE OF MARYLAND.


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IMPORTANT: Please use this form to place scanning orders for reels of microfilm from our. The staff of the Maryland State Archives is pleased to continue to serve you remotely. We recommend the following steps in this order: Place your orders online or by mail to obtain copies of documents.

Email questions directly to our staff at [email protected]; If email is not possible, call our Help Desk staff at: Digitized Newspapers: The Digital Newspapers of what the Archives makes available online.

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Governor's Office Photo Gallery: The Governor's Office Photo Gallery showcases photographs taken at events around the state of Maryland. Historical Photographs of Maryland: Highlighting the photographic collections of the Maryland State Archives. NARA has microfilmed over 3, series of Federal records that contain a wealth of valuable information for scholars and other researchers.

A comprehensive catalog that lists these microfilm publications by record group is available, as are catalogs for Federal population censuses covering the years NARA has published seven subject catalogs that list publications by. Prices. Please see our most current fee schedule.

For Digitized Microfilm: Microfilm copies of rolls of microfilm publications may be purchased at $ per roll (including shipping) for U.S. orders ($ for international orders).

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For Digitized Microfiche: $ per sheet for U.S. orders ($ for international orders). Payment Methods. Please make check or money order payable to. The following is a list of 21 of the photograph collections at the Maryland State Archives out of approximately special collections containing collections have been selected on the basis of accessibility, popularity, and quality.

As time progresses, more collections will be added to this page, so it is advisable to check back here every once in a while. The Newspapers & Microfilm Center is our region’s largest collection of newspapers from the Philadelphia metropolitan area.

Over newspapers dating back to are on microfilm. Our collection includes newspapers from major cities around the world, local community papers, as well as microfilmed versions of academic, underground, and. The Huntington Library Collection of Maryland State Archives Security Microfilm MSA TE 1 World War II brought home the real threat of German attacks on the East Coast of the United States, just as the attack on December 7, at Pearl Harbor brought panic to the West Coast and the deportation inland of the Japanese American population.

Baltimore, Maryland: Division of Library Development Services, Maryland State Department of Education, (ISBN: none) (OCLC ) (FHL Book B33h; fiche ) White, Les, et al.

Newspapers in Maryland: A Guide to the Microfilm Collection of Newspapers at the Maryland State Archives. Annapolis, Maryland: Maryland State Archives, Maryland Historical Magazine: Original issues of the magazine have been scanned and made available online.

An imaging project between Maryland Historical Society and the Archives. Maryland Inventory Historical Properties: Comprised of nea resources, composed of archaeological sites, building, structures, objects and survey districts.

Find what Microfilm is Available Order Digitized Microfilm Find what Microfilm is Available Search for descriptions of microfilm publications in the online Microfilm Catalog.

Each description shows a list of all National Archives facilities that have copies of a microfilm publication. Please note that many microfilm publications are only available in a few locations, and.

The vast collection of newspaper microfilm at the Tennessee State Library and Archives includes almost every existent newspaper published in Tennessee.

The filming project began in and Library and Archives staff have been preserving Tennessee newspapers ever since. When searching our microfilm holdings, it is important to remember that the microfilm collection is divided by locality, then by major category, then by records series arranged alphabetically, then chronologically.

After locating the item in which you are interested, look in the far left-hand column and note the reel number. As the historical agency for Maryland, the State Archives is the central depository for government records of permanent value.

Records date from the founding of the Maryland colony in through the beginning of this century. These records are described in the State Archives' Guide to Government Records.

They include colonial and State executive, legislative and judicial records; county. Maryland State Archives. Locate records available in the collections of the Maryland State Archives through its Guide to Government Records and Guide to Special Collections.

A variety of online indexes are also available for searching, including vital records, censuses and early settlers. Microfilm copies of the following newspapers are in the North Carolina Collection at the Gastonia Main Library. Charlotte Observer, April 1, - Septem ; Gaston Citizen, - ;; Gastonia Gazette, 21 Feb - 1 Jan (minus some issues in the early years); Gaston Gazette, Feb - Nov ; Greensboro News (NC), March - October.

Help Digitize Newspapers. Only a small fraction of the state’s newspaper heritage has been digitized. The cost of newspaper digitization is approximately $1 per page. A $5, $15, or $25 contribution will help us fund the cost of digitizing more newspapers for free online access.

The Tennessee State Library and Archives holds hundreds of family Bible records in several formats and within many collections. A collection of pamphlets and newspapers, which document the diverse perspectives of the Civil War Era (). Newspapers on Microfilm at the Tennessee State Library and Archives.

Alaska Newspapers on Microfilm, The Alaska State Library has compiled a guide to the Alaskan newspapers currently available on microfilm.

From here, you can download the guide and related information as Portable Document Format (PDF) files.

Search the index for newspaper titles, cities of publication, available microfilm holdings. The print volumes of the Laws of Maryland, dating back toappear in the DLS Library and the Maryland State Archives has also made this collection available online.

Journals The Journals of the House of Delegates and Journals of the Senate are official publications of the Maryland. Special Collections Item Mail-in Order Select the Order Form(s) for the item(s) you are requesting. Fill out the form, print the page, and mail it with payment to the Maryland State Archives, Rowe Blvd, Annapolis, MD Newspapers Volume - Guide to Maryland Newspapers Featuring the Newspaper Collections of the Maryland State Archives (external link) Images of the Maryland Gazette (Published in Annapolis, Maryland, ) The Crutch (Annapolis, Maryland), January 9, Please also see images of newspapers available through Early State Records.

SC Department of Archives and History. Parklane Road. Columbia, SC A list of newspapers on microfilm available in the Library; Newspapers/Journals Years Available Status; Aroostook Pioneer: December 1, - December 7, Inactive: Aroostook Times: January, Ap – Decem See Houlton Times.

Also Houlton Pioneer Times. Inactive: Bangor Daily News. This database shows all of the newspapers that the State Archives has on microfilm for the state of North Dakota.

Each record shows the date ranges and film numbers. Please reference the relevant film number if you would like to order or interlibrary loan a roll of microfilm. Use the Indiana Newspaper Microfilm Holdings index in Indiana Legacy to search our collection.

The Indiana State Library has a small collection of Out-of-State Microfilm Holdings. The Indiana newspaper microfilm archive is located on the 2nd floor of the Indiana State Library and is open to the public. Bring a flash drive and save at no charge. The LSU Libraries supports the academic mission of the university by fostering teaching, learning, and research.

Through its commitment to excellence in collections, services, and spaces, the Libraries serves as an indispensable intellectual resource for the state of. The New Hampshire State Library Concord, N.H. has a list of New Hampshire newspapers microfilmed for the New Hampshire Newspaper Project. The list gives the newspaper title, town, publisher, life span, and catalog and reel numbers so researchers can contact them for further details and obtain microfilm copies for purchase.The Illinois State Archives serves by law as the depository of public records of Illinois state and local governmental agencies which possess permanent administrative, legal, or historical research values.

Its collections do not include manuscript, newspaper, or other nonofficial sources.The State Archives of North Carolina collects, preserves, and provides access to historically significant archival materials, including public records.

It also provides guidance concerning preservation and management of government records to state, county, city, and state university officials.