The Library has microfilm copies of Albuquerque newspapers from 1887 to the present, including the Albuquerque Journal and the Albuquerque Tribune. A vital records index of names from the Albuquerque papers 1888-1927 and an obituary index through 2003 is available on a Local Area Network at the Genealogy Center. We also have some print, microfiche and card indexes for the Albuquerque papers.
The Library has many early New Mexico newspapers, including many on microfilm at the Genealogy Center. Records for these newspapers are in the online catalog.
You will find digitized newspapers online for New Mexico on NewspaperARCHIVE and Chronicling America.
The Library of Congress' Chronicling America website has fully searchable digitized newspapers published in Albuquerque and New Mexico before 1923. The Albuquerque papers include:
The earliest New Mexico paper that is included in Chronicling America is for 1880. There are currently early digitized newspapers on this site for Albuquerque, Aztec, Carlsbad, Carrizozo, Cimmaron, Clayton, Clovis, Columbus, Deming, Kenna, Las Vegas, Lincoln County, Lordsburg, Red River, Socorro, and Tucumcari.
Newsbank provides access to major articles from the following newspapers: Albuquerque Journal 1995- present, Las Cruces Sun-News 2004- present, the Roswell Daily Record 2002- present, and the Santa Fe New Mexican 1994- present.