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Enlarge Page one of the Oshkosh Daily Northwestern newspaper. Headline reads 'End of European War Proclaimed.'

Oshkosh Daily Northwestern Newspaper, 1945

Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Historic newspaper from the end of World War II, one of over 12,000 newspapers available for purchase.

Search our catalog of over 12,000 titles to purchase single pages, sections, whole microfilm reels or digital files of:

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Each month we add more to our Microfilm Catalog. However, it does not yet contain microfilm of manuscripts, archival collections or monographs.

Prices

Standard Microfilm
  • $80 per reel
  • $95 per silver halide reel
Digital Copies
  • Typically, $80-$125 per reel
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Shipping and Handling

Reels ordered from the catalog are guaranteed to ship within six weeks.

  • Local and state taxes will be charged to Wisconsin customers unless they provide a Wisconsin tax-exempt ID number.
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Payment

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Terms of Sale

When completing your purchase, you will be asked to agree to the following conditions:

  1. You acknowledge that you are the party legally responsible for obeying U.S. copyright law.
  2. You agree that you will make no further copies of these materials in digital, optical, microform, or any other formats without the prior permission of the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Copyright

By placing an order you agree that you are responsible for obeying U.S. copyright laws and that you will make no additional copies from the microfilm we provide.

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Title 17 of the U.S. Code governs reproduction of this microfilm. Section 107 of that law authorizes reproduction of single copies for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, or research. Section 108 permits libraries and archives to make single copies to add to their collections for research, preservation and other purposes. To see if your intended use is permissible, consult the U.S. Copyright law.

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