[Note: This is only for upstate New York newspapers]
  In doing research on microfilmed newspapers in 1905, I have found some newspapers that were either not saved entirely, or the year 1905 was not saved, while other years were saved.  For most cities/towns which had two newspapers, I only included a newspaper if ALL newspapers of their place were not saved.  For example, if a town had three newspapers and only one was saved, I probably did not include the other two newspapers on this list.  I also ran into a couple of newspapers that were listed on the New York State Newspaper Projectís page as existing at a Library, but the Librarians told me they donít have them.   Iím also sure this list is not complete.
  If anyone can verify that one or more of these newspapers do exist for 1905 (even if still in paper form), I would be interested to hear about that.  On an interesting side note, no papers from Sullivan  & Hamilton Counties for the year 1905 are listed as being saved.

Key : ? Ė not totally sure if they published in 1905.  * - supposed to be available, but are not at location.
Angelica Advocate
Cuba Patriot
Fillmore (Northern Allegany Observer)
Friendship Register
Chenango Forks (Broome Co. Herald)
Lestershire-Endicott Record
Union-Endicott News
Delevan (Cattaraugus Press)
Ellicottville (Cattaraugus Union)
Franklinville Chronicle
Fair Haven Register
Bainbridge Republican
Guilford Mail
South Otselic (Otselic Valley News)
Smyrna Press
Rouses Point Times
Kinderhook Courier
Philmont Sentinel
Valatie Rough Notes
Marathon Independent
Margaretville (Catskill Mountain News)
Downsville News
Stamford Mirror-Recorder
Millerton Telegram
Wappingers Chronicle
Hamburg (Erie County Independent) ?
Lake Placid News
Port Henry (Essex County News)
Tupper Lake Herald
Morrisburg Leader
Wells (Adirondack Herald)
Wells (Hamilton Co. Record)
Broadalbin Herald
Cairo Herald
Athens News
Oak Hill Times
Coxsackie News
Ilion Citizen
Ilion News
Mohawk (Herkimer County News)
Highland Post
Maarlborough Record
Saugerties Daily Post
Saugerties Telegraph
Granville Sentinel
Salem Review Press
Whitehall Chronicle
Whitehall Times
Macedon News Gatherer
Ontario Register
Red Creek Herald
Savannah Times
Roscoe Review
Chester News
Walden Citizen
Walden Herald
Washingtonville Record
Montgomery Standard
Old Forge (Adirondack News) ?
West Winfield Star
Alexander Bay (Thousand Island Sun)
Thousand Island Breeze ?
Avon Herald
Dalton Enterprise
Lima Recorder
Mt. Morris Enterprise
Mt. Morris Union
Springwater Enterprise
Hamilton Republican
East Rochester (Despatch Special)
East Rochester News & Penfield Reporter
Hilton Record
Spencerport Star
Webster Herald
Fonda Democrat
Fort Plain Free Press
Fort Plain Standard
Fort Plain (Mohawk Valley Register)
Fultonville (Montgomery Co. Republican)
Gloversville Morning Herald
Johnstown (Fulton County Democrat)
Youngstown News
Camillus Enterprise
Liverpool Review
Elbridge Citizen
Cleveland Lakeside Press
Cherry Valley Gazette ?
Hartwick Review & Visitor ?
Lansingburgh Courier
Rensselaer Eagle
Schaghticoke Sun
Hammond Advertiser
Schuylerville Standard
Avoca Advance
Hornell Evening Tribune
Wayland Register
Hurleyville Sentinel
Callicoon (Sullivan Co. Democrat)
Liberty Gazette
Liberty Register
Jefferson (Sullivan Co. Record)
Monticello Republican-Watchman
Monticello (Sullivan Co. Republican)
Warsaw (Wyoming Co. Times)
Penn Yan Express
Quaker Street Review
Manlius Eagle
East Syracuse News
Oriskany Falls News
Waterville Times
Deruyter Gleaner
Attica News *
Sinclairville Commercial *
Pike Gazette

Libraries with no copying services for microfilm, and they own the only copies of their local paper iclude:
Phelps, Skaneateles, Lisle, Spencer, Ripley(2 issues), Wellsville(including Belmontís paper), Delevan, Cattaraugus, Richfield Springs.

  Itís nice to have free access to all newspapers.  (Although it is still nice that someone has saved these papers) The New York State Historical Association has these four papers. Richfield Springs Daily & Richfield Springs Mercury, (R.S. Library has a broken machine) Andes Recorder & Worcester Times (Worcester Hist. Soc. also has a copy)
  Cornell has the only copies of the Port Byron Chronicle & Bath Plaindealer.  From their website, it sounds like they have strict guidelines for visitors