In this section you will find information about special libraries, digital libraries, archives and electronic primary sources, some of them accessible only in UH network.
Materials that have been published until 1939 are openly available. You can access newer materials in six Finnish legal deposit libraries.
Issues of Mir Iskusstva that contain texts or photos of art from Finland and other Nordic countries (1899-1904).
Digital archives of Russian newspapers (in UH network)
Integrum is a large electronic collection of Russian and CIS mass media. Integrum databases cover newspapers, magazines, teletypes of information agencies, analytical and statistical bulletins, texts of laws and decrees etc.
Subscribing organisations: Tampere University, University of Eastern Finland, University of Helsinki, University of Jyväskylä, University of Turku, Åbo Akademi
Digital archives of newspapers (in open access)
The collection of newspapers in the Slavonic Library
The collection of primary sources in the Slavonic library includes newspapers published in Imperial Russia, Soviet Union, Russian Federation and Eastern Europe. The Legal Deposit Collection from 1828–1917 contains a collection of newspapers published in the big cities within the borders of the Russian Empire. From the Soviet period, the collections include the main newspapers of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, and also the emigrant newspapers. The newspapers published in the Russian Federation and the CIS countries can be found in digital form in the Integrum database.