Do you have back issues of local newspapers?

We have a nearly complete run of back issues for the Daily Tribune on microfilm with newer issues still in paper and also the Royal Oak Review. We have reader/printers for viewing microfilm.

The Library is pleased to announce the completion of a digitization project that offers thousands of pages of newspapers available to search, view, print and clip with a click of a mouse. Past issues of The Royal Oak Daily Tribune are now available through the Royal Oak Public Library Digital Archive. The digital archive spans over 138 years from 1877 to 2015 and can be accessed HERE.

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