The University of Florida has an extensive collection of Latin American newspapers on microfilm, with special emphasis on the Caribbean area. All titles listed below may be viewed in the reading room of the Latin American Collection.
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Some of the titles are major daily newspapers, and others are rare papers of special historical significance, such as the Cuban Exile Newspapers, and the Jornais Operários and the Jornais Diversos from Brazil. The University of Florida continues to microfilm various newspapers from the Caribbean area in an effort to provide future researchers access to this valuable information.
Researchers may also wish to check the LASER Union List of Newspapers or the Center for Research Libraries for titles not available at the University of Florida (although we suggest checking with LAC Staff first).
Newspaper Holdings Listed Alphabetically by Country
With generous support of the Andrew H. Mellon Foundation, UF's Digital Library Center has scanned and digitized part of its holdings of two Caribbean newspapers (Le Nouvelliste from Haiti and El Diario de la Marina from Cuba) to create electronic access to them. A selective subject index has also been created for both newspapers. The project website may be viewed here.