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By providing thousands of leading global, national and local newspapers and hundreds of unique research collections on a broad range of subjects on microfilm, ProQuest enables your library to provide researchers with critical information.

Newspapers in Microform: With over 10 thousand newspapers in its microfilm vault, ProQuest continues to lead the industry in providing valuable newspaper content from around the world for library researchers as well as preservation minded libraries.

Research Collections in Microform: ProQuest’s vast archive of microform Research Collections continues to fuel scholarship in a broad array of subject matters in literature and the arts, humanities, history, social sciences and more.

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Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (1963-1969): Official History, and Documents

Department of Justice Classified Subject Files On Civil Rights, 1914-1949

Department of Justice Investigative Files, Part 2. The Communist Party

Diary of Beatrice Webb, 1873-1943

Dictionary of National Biography

Diplomatic Papers of John Moors Cabot, 1929-1978

Documentary History of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidency

Documentary History of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidency

Documentary History of the John F. Kennedy Presidency

Documentary History of the Truman Presidency

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Aborigines Protection Society

Publications about native tribes around the world.…

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Aeronautics and Space Reports to the Congress, 1958-1984

Now Digitized in ProQuest History Vault. The microfilm collection also continues to be available.…

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Actors' Equity Association

The magazine and executive committee minutes of the Actors' Equity Association.…

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How Title Matching Helped Meet Evolving Student Needs

When a series of challenges – including the COVID-19 pandemic – struck San Diego State University’s library, ProQuest had solutions.

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Nixon, Ford’s Daily Intelligence Briefs Provide a Fascinating Look into a Tumultuous U.S. Era

Now declassified, these briefs were once called “the most highly sensitized classified document[s] in the government.”

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