This week, the TDNP collection hit 9 million pages of newspapers preserved. Keep reading to get a sense of what this milestone means in newspaper issues and collection highlights.
Posts Tagged: newspapers
Quick Tips for Working with Collections!
We are starting this quick tip series to help you with quick-navigation questions you may have about the UNT Digital Collections. We will talk about two collections in these tips: The Texas Digital Newspaper Program and the UNT Scholarly Works Collection. However, all of the tips we give you will work with any other collection… Read more »
The National Endowment for the Humanities has Selected UNT Libraries for a Sixth Round of the National Digital Newspaper Program
UNT Libraries are pleased to announce that the National Endowment for the Humanities has selected us for a sixth, two-year cycle of the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP), to digitize Texas newspapers on the Library of Congress’ Chronicling America website. For Texas, participation in NDNP has offered an unprecedented opportunity to represent the state on… Read more »
Remembering Tulsa: Perspectives from Three African American Newspapers, Past and Present
7 Million Pages: New Places, New Partners, New Papers
The Texas Digital Newspaper Program has now reached 7 million pages of newspapers preserved and accessible! This represents newspapers from 198 Texas counties, contributed by 178 partners, printed in 11 languages, spanning 1813 to the present. Many Texas communities have contributed newspapers to this million pages. The Baytown Sun, digitized by the Sterling Municipal Library… Read more »