Brooklyn Newsstand is a collection of digitized Brooklyn newspapers made possible through a partnership between Brooklyn Public Library and  

Brooklyn Newsstand | Partial Content (831,000 digitized pages) - can be accessed for free from anywhere with an internet connection - contains the full run of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle newspaper (1841-1963) and Brooklyn Life (1890-1931), a Brooklyn society magazine. Learn more about the history of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

Brooklyn Newsstand | Full Content (2,402,000 digitized pages) contains over 30 additional newspapers, each listed below with date ranges and description, and can be accessed for free via Brooklyn Public Library‚Äôs public computers and public wireless network. Please note: We've made arrangements with our partner, to provide free access to all Brooklyn titles during our closure. In branch and in library wifi use only, will go back into effect when we reopen.

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