(1777). Rivington’s New York loyal gazette.
(1777). Rivington’s New-York gazette: or The Connecticut, Hudson’s River, New-Jersey, and Quebec weekly advertiser.
(1773-1775). Rivington’s New-York gazetteer, or, The Connecticut, New-Jersey, Hudson’s-River, and Quebec weekly.
Bensen, Egbert. (1817). Vindication of the captors of Major Andre. New York: Published by Kirk & Mercein, at the office of the Edinburgh and Quarterly reviews, no. 22 Wall-Street. T. & W. Mercein, printers, no. 93 Gold-Street. 1817.
Boynton, E. C. (1863). History of West Point: and its military importance during the American revolution: and the origin and progress of the United States military academy. New York: D. Van Nostrand.
Dunlap, William. (1952). André a tragedy in five acts : to which are added authentic documents respecting Major Andre, c. [New York: Printed by T. & J. Swords, 1798].
Simms, J. R. (1846). The American spy, or, Freedoms early sacrifice: A tale of the revolution, founded on fact. Albany: Printed by J. Munsell.
Smith, J. H., & Seward, A. (1808). An authentic narrative of the causes which led to the death of Major Andrè: Adjutant-general of His Majesty's forces in North America. London: Mathews and Leigh.
Microforms are greatly reduced photographs of newspapers, journals, books, magazines, government documents and miscellaneous unpublished research. With the appropriate equipment, the reduced text can be enlarged for reading. The types of microform in the collection include microfilm, micro card, microprint, microfiche, and ultra fiche.
The microform collections at SBU exceed the size of the Library's book collections in terms of volumes and occupy nearly 4 million rolls of film. The materials include selected newspapers (current and past, foreign and domestic), magazines and journals, U.S., U.N., and foreign government publications, U.S. and foreign census materials, manuscripts, dissertations, archival materials, anthropological studies, educational research reports and large collections of older American and European books and plays.
Many titles on microform are listed in STARS, but the detailed descriptions of microfilm collections are usually not catalogued. New digitized indexing systems may correct that. Those details are now often found in other indexes and bibliographies available in the Reference and Microforms areas. Staff can assist users in identifying needed materials and in locating them.
Equipment includes readers, reader-printers (for making copies), and the Indus opaque microprint/card reader. Enlarged copies of microforms cost ten cents per page. A change machine is located nearby. Staff can usually assist with the use of equipment.
Selected Newspapers and Periodicals
Chicago Tribune (1847-1994) (and index 1972-1994)
History (Women's Liberation Periodical Collection)
Life Magazine (1936-1957)
Ms. Magazine (1972- )
New York Times (1851- ) (and index 1851- )
Newsday (Suffolk ed.) (1944- )
Times (London) (1788- )
Underground Newspaper Collection (1965- )
Wall Street Journal (1899- ) (and index 1958- )
Washington Post (1931-33, 1954- ) (and index 1972- )
20th Century Publications
Columbia University Oral History Collection
Cornell University Collection of Women's Rights Pamphlets
International Collection of Social and Economic Development Plans (1945- )
United Nations Documents and Official Records (1946- )
U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs
19th Century Publications
American Culture Series
American Periodical Series
British Sessional Papers
Early American Books (1801-1819)
Nassau and Suffolk Counties Decennial Census Reports
Oberlin College Anti-Slavery Collection
U.S. Presidential Papers
Pre-19th Century Publications
Early American Imprints (1639-1800)
Early American Newspapers
Early English Books (1475-1700)
The major guide to the microform collections at Stony Brook is Jon Hufford's Microform Holdings: A Select List (.doc). This compilation has summaries and explanations of nearly all the major collections, and has subject, keyword, and title indexes.
Primary source collections include: