Does the library have newspapers in Spanish?

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Yes. We have many journals and newspapers in Spanish. Two databases indexing Spanish newspapers include:

Hispanic American Newspapers, 1808-1980 (NewsBank/Readex)

Here is a list of some specific Spanish-language newspapers and journals that can be found in the Library's collection: 

                                                                                                                    

Here are the titles of Spanish-language newspapers for which we have the archives on Microform: 

Archivo de la Biblioteca Pública del Estado de Durango: Periódico oficial de Durango (1833-1973)
Archivos del Ayuntamiento de Chihuahua
Archivos del Ayuntamiento de Ciudad Juárez, 1726-1900
Archivos del Cathedral de Ciudad Juárez, 1671-1893
Continental (El)  Feb 1, 1927- Sep 30, 1972
Excelsior Jan 1, 1918- Dec 31, 1985
Fronterizo Sep 10, 1943- May 27, 1990
Granma  Feb 23, 1966- Dec 29, 1968
El Heraldo de Chihuahua  1928-1992
Historical archives, 1810-1856: manuscripts and documents of Janos
Sinarquista (El) Jan 7, 1939- Jun 15, 1944
Spanish archives of New Mexico
Uno Mas Uno  Nov 1977- Dec 1982
 
For more information, please contact the Access Services Desk at ask@utep.libanswers.com or call us at (915) 747-5672. 
  • Last Updated Jun 30, 2022
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