To find indexing for San Diego Union Tribune articles, use the Proquest Newsstand database. Narrow your search by typing in the term "San Diego Union Tribune" and setting the dropdown menu to Publication Title. Once you find a citation, you can get the article online or from the library's print or microform collections, located in the Current Periodicals and Microfilms Center.
Historical Run of San Diego Union Tribune
Over the course of its history what is known today as the "San Diego Union Tribune" has changed names and merged with other papers ten times. What follows is a description of that sequence and where you can find these issues in Microforms (F-137) from most recent to oldest as well as the indexing information.
San Diego Union Tribune (Feb 2, 1992- Present)
Formed by merger with San Diego Union and San Diego Tribune.
Location: Newsbank CD News-Library Use Only, ask at Reference Desk
San Diego Union (Aug. 31, 1889-Feb. 1, 1992)
Jan. 1, 1984-Feb.1, 1992: Newsbank CD News -In library use only - Ask at Reference Desk
1976-1980: San Diego Union Newspaper Card Catalog C-467 Microforms