Full-image of Texas’ oldest major newspaper, which began as a weekly in 1865. Includes ads, classifieds, photos & graphics as well as local, national and international news stories. Collection is still being digitized with more issues forthcoming. Current coverage: 1867-1875, 1898-1906, 1911-1989
Online: American City Business Journals
Current and Archive (Includes Book of Lists)
Paper: Current issues. (JPL & Downtown)
Microfilm: HF5500 .AS26 (Jan. 1989 - Jan. 1996 ) (JPL) Free Via Web (current only)
Online access to selected issues through Newspaper Archive Texas Collection (1882-1977) (UTSA subscription)
JPL 4th Floor Microfilm: AN 2 .S3 L53 (1987-1993)
Other sources for microfilm: Trinity University (1882-1992) and San Antonio College (1967-1993) Photo Archive (UTSA Special Collections Digital Archive) Portal to Texas History (1883-1886) (open access)
Paper: Ceased publication 1/28/93
Earlier names: San Antonio Daily Light (1884-1907)
Light and Gazette.(1907-2011)
Newspapers are listed alphabetically with dates of coverage. The Texas Digital Newspaper Program is a partnership intended to create a digitized newspaper resource that covers a broad geographical area.
Full-image of this important Texas newspaper in the state capital. Includes ads, classifieds, photos & graphics as well as local, national and international news stories. Especially strong in central Texas political reporting.
Covers 1885-1977. A historical archive with 1.2 million pages from the Dallas Morning News, one of the state's oldest continuously published newspapers and a paper of record for major news and key events and personalities in Texas history.
This collection contains scanned images of historical newspapers (1887-1997) from counties at or near the Texas border. Includes titles published in Spanish and French as well as English. Freely available from University of North Texas Portal to Texas History.