Newspapers on Microfilm in CFCNJIC
Scope and Contents
The biggest Newark papers are the Newark Daily Advertiser (19th century) the Newark News (also known as the Newark Evening News or Newark Sunday News, 1883-1972) and the Star Ledger (became the largest paper after the News). The Newark Library has a near-complete run of all three papers.
Microfilmed papers are not indexed or full-text searchable. Newark Evening News has a full run index for most articles 1914-1972 [obits not death notices], see: "Newark News Morgue" entry for more information.
Star Ledger has now been digitized by GenealogyBank from 1945.
For reference questions, research services, and to order copies, call the New Jersey Information Center at (973) 733-7775, email email@example.com, or use the links here under "External Documents".
Most runs are incomplete
See catalog.npl.org to search paper newspapers and periodicals.
Digitized newspapers are linked as a digital object to this finding aid.
A full list of digitized newspapers from the NJ State Library is linked as an External Document to this finding aid.
- 1777 - 2019
From the Collection: 1000 Reels (1000+ microfilm reels)
Language of Materials
Part of the Charles F. Cummings New Jersey Information Center, Newark Public Library Repository
Newark Public Library
5 Washington St.
Newark NJ 07102 United States