ProQuest is a platform containing hundreds of databases. These databases contain various resources (i.e., newspapers, magazines, scholarly journals, eBook titles, dissertation and theses, etc.) in different subjects areas.
ProQuest databases can be used to access scholarly research and primary source materials created during the time period being studying (i.e., newspapers, reviews, business or tech magazines).
If you find interesting articles, be sure to .
Another option is to create a free ProQuest MyResearch account.
Reviews in publications from 1850-1996. Lantern is the search platform for the collections of the Media History Digital Library, an open access initiative. The Media History Digital Library (MHDL) digitizes collections of classic media periodicals that belong in the public domain for full public access.
Yearbooks are available at Robarts Library, but they are in journal format and unavailable for borrowing via Curbside Pickup Service. At this time, we recommend utilizing online sources.
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