Re: New York Times on Microfilm chessnic@COMPUSERVE.COM 13 Oct 2009 20:55 UTC

NYT Online has its advantages, mainly in quickly finding most items.

I find it omits mastheads, advertising, and syndicated material
that the microfilm preserves along with matters of interest to
some historians, such as page makeup and position, type style, etc.
that indicate the relative importance of a piece according to the

Best wishes,

Albert Henderson, former editor PUBLISHING RESEARCH QUARTERLY

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Sent: Mon, Oct 12, 2009 5:21 pm
Subject: [SERIALST] New York Times on Microfilm

I would appreciate feedback about New York Times current
microfilm subscription to see if libraries are continuing with=2
and if
not, what alternatives they are relying on for coverage.

I found a discussion thread relating to the question going
back a few years in the listserv archive, but two years seems an
eternity given
changing patterns of use.

Thanks much,

Pam Arbeeny

Collection Management Librarian

John F. Reed Library

Fort Lewis College

Durango, CO