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Last Updated: Jan 23, 2017     Views: 1877

For an outline of the many places you can find the Wall Street Journal take a look at Lippincott's Datapoints blog post Put Your Wallet Away: The Library has the Wall Street Journal

Go to Factiva where you can browse the last two weeks of the WSJ by section in News Pages.

For previous issues scroll over Search in the top toolbar and choose Search Builder. Click on the blue arrow next to Source and type wall street journal in the search box. Select "The Wall Street Journal - All Sources" when it appears. Enter keywords of interest in the Free Text Search box, then click on Search. Full-text coverage  of WSJ goes back to 1984.
Note: Factiva contains HTML, not PDF, versions of articles.

Also, search ABI Inform. Click on Publications and enter wall street journal. Search within the publication. ABI/Inform's coverage of WSJ goes back to 1991.
Note: ABI Inform's coverage of WSJ includes HTML, not PDF, versions of articles.

Proquest Digital Microfilm contains images of the exact pages as printed from the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Washington Post, from 2008-present.
Note: The most recent three months is unavailable in Proquest Digital Microfilm.

For issues of the WSJ from 1889-1999 in PDF format use Wall Street Journal - Proquest Historical Newspapers

The most recent 90 days of the WSJ Europe and WSJ Asia are available via Library PressDisplay.

Print copies of the WSJ are available in the Lippincott Library. Issues are held until they are replaced by Proquest Digital Microfilm.

Historical issues of WSJ (from January 1920 - January 2010) are also available on microfilm in Lippincott Library. Please ask at the Lippincott Information Desk for assistance.