Let’s Get Digital: researching with microfilm and microfiche
The Windsor Public Library has a large collection of microfilms. One of the largest components of the microfilm collection is the Windsor Star (Border Cities Star, The Evening Record) from 1893 to the present.
Hard copies (paper printouts) may be made from the microfilms.
Our newest machine, the Minolta MS 6000 digital microfilm reader allows the researcher to print hard copies of articles, or to save to a computer file.
Small files may be saved on memory sticks.
Larger files may be saved on cd-roms or memory sticks.
An enhanced image can be produced by our Digitization Office.
(May take up to 3 days for completion, $5.00 charge applies).