Newspaper Article

“Newspaper Article” is the newspaper-clippings data from the end of Meiji 44(1911) to Showa 45(1970). It was created by Research Institute for Economics and Business Administration, and is called “newspaper-clippings library”. scrapbooks hard collected over 60 years or more has a huge quantity of about 500,000 affairs, if it is made into about 3200 volumes and the number of reports.

How to use

Newspaper-clippings scrapbook

Currently unavailable


In order to preserve the materials, all the Newspaper-clipping scrapbooks are kept on microfilm (approximately 650 rolls). A microfilm reader is usable. Please apply at the circulation desk.
※Our microfilm reader is out of order now. Please ask at the circulation desk.


Newspaper articles are also accessible online through “Newspaper Clippings Collection”.

Newspaper Clippings Collection

In Kobe University Library, an understanding and cooperation of a research institute were obtained, digitization was tackled from 1999, and it became progress of general public presentation from June 30, 2000.

Newspaper Clippings Collection

Latin America Collection

Collection of Latin America started by donated books from Mr. Hachiro Fukuhara*1 and Mr. Ryoji Noda*2 in 1938 at Jan.
After that, we have collected and it is rated as the largest collection in Japan in the humanities and social science.

*1: 福原八郎, He was an establisher of the Nanbei Takushoku Kabushiki Gaisha (South America Colonization Company Lemited)
*2: 野田良治, He was a political counsellor of the embassy of Rio de Janeiro

  • 『ラテン・アメリカ資料目録(和文篇)Catalogue of the Latin American Books(Japanese)』(1970)[PDF:15.1MB]
  • Related URL: Latin America Library – Latin American Research, RIEB, Kobe University
  • America Collection

    These are about 11,000 books donated by Osaka America Center.
    These are located at Integrated Center for Corporate Archives.
    If you’d like to use these, please contact us in advance or use Campus Delivery Service.

    Oceania Collection

    These are about 3,500 books donated by Australian Government.


    It is a pay-as-you-go system and can only be used by faculty members within the institution. Please contact the library staff for usage information.
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