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  • Newspapers through ProQuest A Best Bet database
    Full text of: Hartford Courant 1992-, Christian Science Monitor 1988-, New York Times 1980-, Wall Street Journal 1984-, Washington Post 1987-
    Also Known As
    • iConn Newsstand
    • Hartford Courant (1992 – Current)
    • Christian Science Monitor (1988-Current)
    • Wall Street Journal (1984-Current)
    • Washington Post (1987-Current)
    • New York Times (1980 - current)
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  • LexisNexis News A Best Bet database
    National and international newspapers, news transcripts from TV and radio, and company financial reports. 1980s-current.
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  • Latin American Newsstand A Best Bet database
    Full-text of over 40 Latin-American newspapers and newswires covering international and Latin-American regional topics.
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  • ProQuest Historical Newspapers (search all titles at once) A Best Bet database
    Older issues of the Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Hartford Courant, Los Angeles Times, New York Amsterdam News, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and publications from the American Periodicals Series. see Details for specific dates.
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    • Historical Newspapers from ProQuest (search all titles at once)
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  • AP Images A Best Bet database
    Photos from the Associated Press 50 million image print and negative library. Includes photos from the past hour. Some audio and graphic files included. 1840s-current.
    Also Known As
    • Associated Press Photo Archive
    • AccuNet/AP Multimedia Archive
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  • Internet Archive TV News A Best Bet database
    Online database of TV news broadcasts 2009-current.
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