Most newspapers in our collection were printed on inexpensive groundwood pulp paper that was easily folded for comfortable reading and convenient carrying. The ephemeral nature of news itself meant that few readers wanted to save their newspapers, and typically discarded each issue when finished reading it. Newspaper publishers, in turn,… Continue Reading Handling Historical Newspapers

The quality of images of old newspapers that you are searching on newspaper websites dramatically impacts the types of results that you will receive. The reason is the optical character recognition scans on these old newspapers to use computers to index images. Today we’re going to talk about how to… Continue Reading Research Around OCR Errors When Using Newspapers in Genealogy

17:17:55:03>>>Coming up next on “Arizona 17:30:11:27 Horizon,” the parent company of 17:30:14:12 two major local media outlets is 17:30:16:21 splitting up its broadcast and 17:30:18:21 newspaper holdings. 17:30:20:09>>>An upcoming event looks to 17:30:21:21 focus on the life cycle of 17:30:23:24 innovation. 17:30:24:06>>And we’ll see how old 17:30:25:09 technology is being… Continue Reading Television and Newspaper Breakups & 2014 Innovation Arizona Summit & Hazel and Violet Ink

Hi. Today I will show you how to make Easter wreath out of tulle. Detailed list of all needed items is in the description of this video. Cut a strip out of newspaper. Crush it a little. Take 2 strips and twist them together. Add another 2 strips… …and make… Continue Reading DIY How to make Easter wreath out of newspaper and tulle (ENG Subtitles) – Speed up #468

Pressreader provides free access to a wide range of newspapers and magazines from the UK and around the world. To view on a computer simply go to Click on ‘Sign in’ and choose the orange ‘Library and Group’ button. Search for Aberdeenshire and pick ‘Library – Aberdeenshire’ from the… Continue Reading How to Access Free Online Newspapers and Magazines

I ka ‘ōlelo no ke ola, i ka ‘ōlelo nō ka make. – In the language is life, in the language is death. I am Puakea Nogelmeier. I’ve been a professor of Hawaiian language at the university for 35 years. And through our work with the Hawaiian Language Newspaper Archive,… Continue Reading Step Inside Hawaiʻi’s Native-Language Newspaper Archive

You find this at a garage sale, and you are so excited, because this is about the sinking of the Titanic. Fifteen hundred perish when the Titanic goes to the bottom. That’s pretty cool. It’s pretty darn historic. But guess what? This is a fake, it’s a fake, it’s a… Continue Reading Collecting Comics and Newspapers: Tips and Strategies : Collecting Historic Newspapers: Titanic

Hi. Today I will show you how to make Christmas wreath out of pine cones. I made it by request from my viewer. Detailed list of all needed items is in the description of this video. First crush the newspapers and twist them a little. Bind the pieces of newspapers… Continue Reading DIY How to make Christmas wreath out of newspaper and pine cones (ENG Subtitles) – Speed up #420