Oregonian Newspaper Index

 

Oregonian Newspaper Index

The Oregonian Newspaper Index is an index to The Oregonian newspaper from 1851-1987.

After you use The Oregonian Newspaper Index to obtain a citation to an article you need, you may obtain the article with these methods:

    1. The Pacific University Forest Grove Campus Library has The Oregonian on microfilm from 1956-current.  Please visit the Library in person to use the microfilm.
    2. If you are not able to visit the Library in person to use the microfilm, you may either (1) use Interlibrary Services to request a copy of the article.  This service is for current Pacific University faculty, staff, and students. Or (2) visit the Multnomah County Library website.  Access to The Oregonian is available to Multnomah County Library cardholders.


Description

The Oregon Newspapers Index contains 845,000+ records. Article index records still to be added are from bound volume 1925, which has been partially completed in alphabetical order by subject. The final record was entered August 8, 2007, at 11:45 A.M. by Robert Hulshof-Schmidt, Oregon State Library. Proofing, authority control and elimination of duplicate records will continue throughout the 2007-2008 academic year.

 

Copyright

Copyright University of Oregon Libraries, University of Oregon, 2005-2007. Permission to use, copy and distribute documents delivered from this World Wide Web site is hereby granted for private, non-commercial and education purposes only. No resale use may be made of material on this web site at any time. All other rights reserved. There were numerous errors in the index as found, and others were inevitably introduced during transcription. We hope to correct these over time. The University of Oregon Libraries makes no representation about the suitability of this information for any purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.

Support

The Oregon Newspapers Index has been supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered through the Oregon State Library, by the University of Oregon Libraries, and by several anonymous donors.