With the library's subscription of GenealogyBank, you have access to historic newspapers from across the country.
For the Chicago area, you can search the following newspapers:
Chicago Daily Times (1855-1856)
Chicago Times (1854-1888)
Daily Inter Ocean (1874-1894)
Inter Ocean (1879-1889)
Pomeroy's Democrat (1869-1879)
For more recent newspapers, you can use Newsbank to search:
Chicago Sun-Times (1986-present)
Daily Herald (1995-present)
Glenview Announcements (1995-present)
Newsbank gives you access to other suburban and Illinois papers too. And through the library's databases you can also search the Chicago Tribune archives 1849-1990 and 1985-present.
The Genealogy and Local History Room has Glenview-area newspapers on microfilm going back to the 1920s and don't forget to use our Obituary Index to locate death notices.
If you're still not finding what you're looking for with library resources, try one of these free websites to locate historic newspapers.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Genealogy First Tuesdays is not meeting this month but if you're looking for other genealogy-related events to go to in September, check out one of these genealogy societies:
Northwest Suburban Genealogy Society
September 6 at 10 am
Arlington Heights Senior Center
1801 W. Central Rd., Arlington Heights
"Truth or Fiction: Unraveling a Family Yarn" with Teresa Steinkamp McMillan
Hear the story of a 19th century Irish immigrant in Chicago. Learn how Ms. McMillan discovered the truth behind the family lore of this immigrant ancestor.
North Suburban Genealogical Society
September 13 at 1 pm
Northbrook History Museum
1776 Walters Ave., Northbrook
"Write Your Family History Now!" with Mike Karsen
Learn how to organize, write, and publish your genealogy research.