How can I access the Baltimore Sun?

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The Maryland Carey Law community has access to full-text coverage of the Baltimore Sun via ProQuest, Lexis, and Westlaw, and on microform.

The Baltimore Sun is available via three ProQuest Databases which can be found in the A-Z Databases list on the Law Library's homepage

  1. Now the Maryland Carey Law community has access to full-page images of the digitized Baltimore Sun newspaper via the Baltimore Sun (2008 to current) in ProQuest Recent Newspapers. Researchers have cover-to-cover access of full-text searchable digitized Baltimore Sun content from 2008 to current. Coverage extends to within days of the current issue.
  2. Access to the Baltimore Sun newspaper is available from September 16, 1990 to current via the Baltimore Sun (September 1990-current) in ProQuest News & Newspapers. Select materials are embargoed at ProQuest's discretion.
  3. The Baltimore Sun (1837-1993) via ProQuest Historical Newspapers offers full-page and article images with searchable full-text content back to the first issue in 1837 through 1993. This collection includes digital reproductions of every page from every available issue in this period. 

The Baltimore Sun (September 1990-present) is available via Westlaw. Access to Westlaw requires your Westlaw username and password.

The Baltimore Sun (January 1, 1994 - current) is available via Lexis. Access to Lexis requires your Lexis username and password. According to the Lexis scope note, the Baltimore Sun is updated daily within 1 day of publication. Saturday's edition is available by Tuesday. The Sunday edition's availability is irregular.

The Law Library provides the Baltimore Sun on microfiche from 1982-2009 in microformat cabinets M16-M17 located on level 1. 

If the Law Library doesn't have an article, it may be available through interlibrary loan

  • Last Updated Oct 05, 2023
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