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ProQuest’s Newspapers in Microform program has led the market in providing libraries with archival newspaper ownership for over 60 years.  With its extensive film vault containing over 10 thousand titles, ProQuest offers the world’s leading newspaper titles in a variety of microfilm formats to accommodate library needs and budgets.

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