Examples of microfilm in a Sentence
studying newspaper microfilms from the early 1900s
Recent Examples of microfilm from the Web
In February 2015, Cohn and Advocate staff delivered microfilm and print editions to the University of North Texas in Denton, where the digitization was performed under the direction of Ana Khahmer, head of the UNT digital newspaper program.
Today, the library has records of more than 2 billion names in the data basis: 2.4 million rolls of microfilm, and 278,000 books.
Those records are piled in boxes and kept on microfilm at the ATF’s tracing center.
Then, in 2001, a local journalist, combing through microfilm of old newspapers, stumbled upon a slice of American innovation long overlooked by local residents and state historians.
But the Advertiser archive is still preserved on microfilm in the Honolulu State Library.
The church purchased copies of the microfilm, and the museum helped the church recruit volunteers to index those names, Gentry says.
These records are available in microfilm through the Family History Library or from the respective county courthouses.
One cart held damp government records and microfilm, waiting to be sorted.
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Origin and Etymology of microfilm
First Known Use: 1906See Words from the same year
First Known Use of microfilm
MICROFILM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of microfilm for English Language Learners
: film on which very small photographs of the printed pages of a newspaper, magazine, etc., are stored
MICROFILM Defined for Kids
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