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Architecture: Newspapers

A guide to resources and research in architecture, landscape architecture, sustainable building, and the urban landscape.

Why Newspapers?

Newspapers are an invaluable source for researching current and historical events and public opinion on a topic or a building. They are useful for following regional and local developments in architecture, the arts, urban planning, and public policy. Many full text newspaper articles are available online through databases and some will even include the published images or photographs.

Current Newspapers

Historical Newspapers

Use ProQuest Historical Newspapers to access the following publications:

Most ProQuest Historical Newspapers include images, photographs, and advertisements. You can view the full text of the article or select page view to view the article in its original layout.

Additional newspaper databases:

Websites for historical newspapers: