Access the Philadelphia Inquirer with your library card

Did you know that you can access the Philadelphia Inquirer with your library card? Stay up-to-date with the most recent news (2018-Current), or explore historical newspapers (1829-1922, and 1981-Current).

To access the Philadelphia Inquirer Collection with Historical, visit chescolibraries.org, select “Tools and Research” from the ribbon of choices at the top of the page, select “All CCLS Databases,” and then “Philadelphia Inquirer Collection with Historical.” Enter your library card number when prompted.

Scanned copies of the complete print issues of the Philadelphia Inquirer are available for 2018-Current and 1829-1922 collections; the 1981-Current collection is available as text articles. Select a “Source Name” to browse issues by date; to access scanned copies of the most current news, be sure to select the Philadelphia Inquirer from 2018-Current under “Source Name.”

For all dates included in this collection, the “Search” or “Advanced Search” features may be used for more specific research.

Have questions about using the Philadelphia Inquirer Collection with Historical? Please feel free to contact us.

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