Full page images of the historical archives (covering 1922–1990) are searchable along with—or separate from—the database of full-text articles in the current collection (1990 to the present). The historical archives are funded through the generous donations to the Library Foundation's "From Papers to Pixels" campaign.
Unlimited in-library access to the NYTimes.com website, including articles published between 1851–1922 and 1981–current. Users must sign in to a free account using a valid email address to avoid the paywall while at the library. For off-site use or to use the mobile app, you can view 5 articles each month and then you'll be prompted to subscribe. Just come back here (bookmark this) and get a gift subscription good for 72 hours when you validate with this access code.
Includes The Atlanta Constitution (1869–1984), Chicago Defender (1909–1975), The New York Times (1840–2014), The Wall Street Journal (1889–2000), The Washington Post (1877–2001), and The Tennessean (in two separate databases, 1812–2002 and 1999–present). The Tennessean is provided by the Tennessee Electronic Library.
Search historic newspaper pages from 1836–1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690–present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. More about the Tennessee Newspaper Digitization Project