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Newspapers and Microfilm Resources, Center for Lowell History

The UMass Lowell Library's Center for Lowell History houses an extensive collection of microfilmed materials. Our holdings include 19th and 20th-Century newspapers in various languages, diaries and journals, magazines and more. Highlights include the Lowell Sun and Courier as well as the diaries of Lowell abolitionist Rev. Edson and selections from the Edgar Allan Poe's archives.

Ordering Microfilm

Users can also order microfilm through Interlibrary Loan and view/scan them at the CLH. UMass Lowell Library continues to work to digitize our holdings and share them on the UMass Lowell Archives and Special Collections Internet Archive Site.

pfront page of lowell cambdian newspaper

Image from The Cambodian Broadcaster, 1988

 

1905, Circulation of Lowell's Leading Newspapers

chart of newspaper circulation lowell courier and lowell citizen

Image from Manual of the Lowell Board of Trade : the City of Lowell, its manufacturing and business advantages - report of president Conant for the year ending January 1, 1905 by Lowell Board of Trade, William Cogger, James Spillane, 1905, p. 41. HF 296 .L6 L69