Gazety Rossii (1703 - 1917) -- Russian National Library's searchable database, containing bibliographic descriptions of all the newspapers published on the territory of the Russian Empire (within its 1913 borders) in the Russian language, from 1703-1917 inclusively. Additionally the catalog includes newspapers published in foreign cities containing large populations of the Russian diaspora (e.g. L'viv, Chernivtsi, Kharbin). Included also are newspapers published by military units.
Russian National Bibliography
Fee-based access to online versions of Letopis' gazetnykh statei and Statii iz rossiiskikh gazet, the weekly index of Russian newspaper articles, which has been published from 1936-present. Together, these indixes include thousands of bibliographic entries annually on articles from every major newspaper in the USSR and, later, in the Russian Federation.
To find printed newspaper indices, conduct a subject search in the "Books & Media" tab of the Duke lbrary catalog or WorldCat for the following Library of Congress defined subject headings:
Commerical Resources (Eastview)
Institutional subscription provides annual access to a database of central and regional newspapers from Russia, Ukraine, Central Asia, Caucasus, and Baltics. Cross-searchable with Current Digest of Post-Soviet Press, Pravda, Izvestiia, and Literaturnaia gazeta,
The online Guide to Open Access Digitized Historical News Sources from Slavic, East European and Eurasian countries offers a country-by-country list of digitized print and audiovisual news sources, including the following titles:
Газеты по искусству (St. Petersburg State Theater Library), includes: АНТРАКТ (1866–1867), Арлекин (Театр). Тифлис (1920–1921), Газета Сергея Сокольского (1917), Жизнь искусства (1918—1922), Обозрение театров (1906–1918).