Welcome to the Cannon Memorial Library's Print Periodicals Page
What is a periodical? It is generally a newspaper or magazine that is published on a regular basis/periodically. These may also be referred to as serials publications.
Please Note: Periodicals cannot be checked-out of the library. However, you may read and/or photocopy our periodicals (with the exception of some older issues in poor condition located upstairs). You may also access our microfiche/microfilm collection within the library. Please ask at the circulation desk for help.
The circulation desk also maintains copies of reserved periodicals that you may ask for by leaving us your Saint Leo ID to use within the library: THE ECONOMIST, FLORIDA TREND, FORBES, FORTUNE, TIME, STREET & SMITHS SPORT JOURNAL, TIME AND TAMPA BUSINESS JOURNAL/BOOK OF LISTS.
First Floor: B=Bound Periodicals Stacks M=Microfilm MF=Microfiche N=Newspapers
Second Floor: S=Second floor stacks; many are fragile, please ask for assistance.
Newspaper Trivia: The East Florida Gazette
The first Floridian newspaper publication was put together in Saint Augustine by a group of Loyalists during the American Revolution.
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