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Guide to Microforms in the North Carolina Collection: Microfiche

Microfiche

The Carolinian -- The Carolinian (Raleigh) is a bi-weekly newspaper that pertains to African-American issues. The North Carolina Collection has issues for the period 1945 to 1987. (235-236)

1980 Census of Population and Housing -- Holdings include summary tape files 1A and 3A as well as maps showing enumeration districts for counties, places and metropolitan areas. (228)

Department of Human Resources Basic Automated BIRTH YEARBOOK, 1975-1987 -- This series contains birth statistics for each county in the state for each of the years indicated. (228)

Environmental Impact Statements -- Also included on microfiche are environmental impact statements for the years 1970-1983. These are documents produced by the Environmental Protection Agency, Division of Criteria and Standards. The documents are site assessments of environmental projects. The reports include a scope of work, the environmental effects the project entailed and alternative actions for the project. They are in numerical order by year. (229)

News and Observer Index -- The News and Observer Index for the years 1977 through 1981 and 1988 on are filed numerically by year and topic. The topics are listed, followed by the title of the article, the date of publication, the section number and then the page number. (225)

North Carolina Supreme Court Records and Briefs -- These are unpublished records associated with cases decided by the North Carolina Supreme Court, from 1982 to 1985. (237)

Phone Fiche -- Microfiche that contains telephone directories for North Carolina cities and towns. The directories in the collection are for the years 1986 to 1997 and are filed alphabetically by city. (227)

State Documents -- The North Carolina Collection is a full depository for state documents on microfiche. State documents cover a diverse range of subjects of current interest such as the environment, social issues, business and labor, cultural affairs, human resources and education. State documents are classified by a special scheme designated by the State Library. State documents are listed in the online catalog as Joyner NC Documents. The documents cover the years from 1988 to the present. (205-219)