Magazines & Newspapers
The years 1880-1922 represent a time when Arizona grew up. A broad documentation of this valuable history can be found in the newspapers of the day. In accordance with their mission to ensure that Arizona’s history is documented and preserved, and in joint effort with the National Endowment for the Humanities and Library of Congress, The Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records is proud to contribute to the National Digital Newspaper Program by digitizing select Arizona newspaper titles from this vital time in history in preparation for global online access.
A one-stop source for news and periodical articles on a wide range of topics: business, computers, current events, economics, education, environmental issues, health care, hobbies, humanities, law, literature and art, politics, science, social science, sports, technology, and many general interest topics. Millions of full-text articles, many with images. Updated daily.
InfoTrac Newsstand is a full-text newspaper database which allows users to search articles instantly by title, headline, date, newspaper section or other assigned fields. With InfoTrac Newsstand, you can search a collection of thousands of national, international, state and local newspapers. Infotrac Newsstand contains over 1.3 million articles. All articles have been published between 1980 and today.
Discover the great content available at your library right here. Search for any term or phrase and find articles from thousands of magazines, journals, newspapers and books along with videos, images and podcast content.
Access to many popular magazines using a PC or Mac, as well as a wide variety of Apple iOS, Android and Windows phones, tablets, and mobile devices using a free Zinio Reader app. The Zinio Reader app can only be used to read your magazines. Browsing the collection and subscribing to magazines must be done using the website linked above. This service provided by the Arizona State Library.
Websites, newspapers and resources available for Arizona residents through the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Search multiple databases with the search box.