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Provides full text access to The Indianapolis Star from 1903 to 2004.
The Indianapolis Star is the largest paper in Indiana. It has been awarded a Pulitzer Prize three times — once for meritorious public service and twice for investigative reporting. In 1975, the Star was honored for its 1974 series on corruption within the Indianapolis Police Department. It was cited again in 1991 for its 1990 series on medical malpractice.
Additional access options:
Access to the Indianapolis Star 2009-Present (via ProQuest Recent Newspapers). Note there may be a lag time of approximately 5 days for new issues to be added.
The IUB Library holds the physical microfilm for the Indianapolis Star, 1907-present, located on the second floor of the East Tower, call number AN2 .I3S7.
Coverage: 1903 - 2004
Interlibrary Loan Type: Not Permitted
Simultaneous User Limit: Unlimited simultaneous users