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Coverage Dates: 1848-early 1940s

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Three separate collections of Ukrainian newspapers are available:

  • Historical Newspapers from Western Ukraine—This collection includes 15 titles from the Stefanyk Library in L’viv. Available on 26 reels of microfilm, the papers mainly cover the period from the 1930s to the early 1940s.
  • Rare Ukrainian Serial Publications—This collection includes more than 500 reels of microfilm containing runs of more than 200 newspapers and journals from the western Ukrainian provenance published between 1848 and 1918. All the newspapers and journals were published in the historic regions of Galicia, Bukovina and Transcarpathia. The chronological range of the titles in this collection coincides largely with the second half of the 19th century when Ukrainians were experiencing a national revival. The complete collection includes 513 reels of microfilm.
  • Ukrainian Newspapers from 1887-1918—The 26 titles in this collection come from the Russian National Library in St. Petersburg. The titles were originally published in Kiev and the Kiev region, in Russian and Ukrainian. The collection, on 197 reels of microfilm, features Kievskoe slovo, Poslednie novosti.  

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