NEWSCAT (Penn State access to newspapers, online, paper, microformats by geography, time period or language)
Centre Daily Times Indices (CDT Obituaries 1937-2014 and CDT Index, 1981- 2002)
"Microform" is a general term used to describe the microfilm, microfiche, or micro-opaques (types) used for the storage of documents that have been photographed and reduced in size in order to conserve space or to preserve materials that deteriorate rapidly
The News & Microforms Library Libraries has collections in the following microform formats:
microfilm: long strips of transparent plastic rolled onto reels
super-fiche: rectangular sheets of transparent plastic stored in envelopes (can hold up to 500 page images per fiche)
microfiche: rectangular sheets of transparent plastic stored in envelopes (can hold up to 98 page images per fiche)
micro-opaque (or microprints): rectangular sheets of card stock stored in boxes. Though an obsolete micro-format, the Libraries retain numerous collections on micro-opaque.