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Russian Newspapers Published in the United States

Holdings List of Russian-American Newspapers

The final issue of Novoe russkoe slovo received by the Library of Congress, dated June 4, 2010, held by Mark Brown, now retired Library of Congress employee.

To learn which Russian-American newspapers are held by the Library of Congress use the guide below. The newspaper titles listed are arranged first by state of publication, then by city, and then alphabetically by title. Microfilm holdings are available for interlibrary loan, but loose paper issues and bound volumes must be used onsite.

As the Library of Congress transitions away from microfilming to digitization, some titles in this list may become available in electronic format in a repository accessible only onsite. Every effort will be made to keep this list up-to-date regarding format.

Select the title of any newspaper listed below to view fuller bibliographic information for that item in the Library of Congress Online Catalog. Links to electronic versions are provided when available.

"Bibliographic source" refers to a printed bibliography or online catalog used to verify publication dates or other data about the newspapers.

Newspapers in this guide are held in various divisions of the Library of Congress. Most titles in microfilm are accessible in the Newspaper and Current Periodical Reading Room, whereas current issues in print are held in the European Reading Room. The following abbreviations have been used:

  • Eur - European Reading Room (LJ-249)
  • N&CPR - Newspaper and Current Periodical Reading Room (LM-133)
  • MERC - Microform and Electronic Resources Center (LJ-139)
  • GenColl - General Collections
  • RBSCD - Rare Book and Special Collections Division (LJ-239)
  • Stacks - Library of Congress database of digital content (on-site only) (LJ-239)

States of Publication

Image of issues of newspaper Panorama
Selected issues of Panorama from Los Angeles. Library of Congress Serial & Government Publications Division.