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Audiophile CD Collection
Audiophile CD Collection
collection
310,279
ITEMS
15.4M
VIEWS
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This is an experimental collection of music that is not yet available for public release.
Topics: cd, compact disc
Daniel McNeil Collection
Daniel McNeil Collection
collection
16,690
ITEMS
5.8M
VIEWS
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78rpm shellac discs donated from Daniel McNeil to the Archive of Contemporary Music and digitized by George Blood, LP for the Internet Archive. The collection of 22,359 ten and twelve inch seventy-eights is one of the first that ARC worked with from beginning to end, and what a pleasure. Rare for us the discs were all carefully arranged on shelves by label, and then by manufacturer number. Even better, the weeks we spent packing up meant cake and coffee everyday at 4. Here’s Mr. McNeil’s...
Source: 78
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78rpm shellac discs donated from the Batavia Public Library Thorpe Collection to the Archive of Contemporary Music and digitized by George Blood, LP for the Internet Archive. Turntable used for 78rpm digitization of four simultaneous recordings with different needles. https://archive.org/details/BTB-10202016 contains details of the physical materials.
Topics: 78rpm, thorpe, ARC, Archive of Contemporary Music
Source: 78
New York Times 1854-1969
New York Times 1854-1969
collection
28,632
ITEMS
629,965
VIEWS
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The New York Times (NYT or NY Times) is an American daily newspaper based in New York City with a worldwide readership. Founded in 1851, the Times has since won 130 Pulitzer Prizes (the most of any newspaper), and has long been regarded within the industry as a national "newspaper of record". The paper is owned by The New York Times Company, which is publicly traded. It has been governed by the Sulzberger family since 1896, through a dual-class share structure after its shares became...
JPRS: United States Joint Publications Research Service
JPRS: United States Joint Publications Research Service
collection
22,728
ITEMS
361,818
VIEWS
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Joint Publications Research Service (JPRS) Reports is a collection of United States government documents published by JPRS, a unit of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Established in 1957 as part of the U.S. Department of Commerce's Office of Technical Services, the collection contains English-language translations of foreign-language monographs, reports, journal and newspaper articles, and radio and television broadcasts from regions throughout the world.  Prepared by JPRS...
Topics: Research, Communist countries -- Imprints -- Translations, Communist countries -- Research --...
Newsweek (US Edition) 1933-2015
Newsweek (US Edition) 1933-2015
collection
4,325
ITEMS
37,775
VIEWS
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Newsweek (US Edition) is an active global news magazine currently published weekly by Newsweek Publishing LLC. Founded in 1933 by British World War I pilot, journalist, and publisher Thomas J. C. Martyn (​​1894–1979), it provides in-depth coverage and analysis of major events from around the world. Each issue features original articles and news reports on world affairs, together with discussions and regular columns covering a range of topics, including international issues, health,...
Topics: General Interest Periodicals--United States, Political Science
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Revue Des Deux Mondes 1831-1999
Revue Des Deux Mondes 1831-1999
collection
3,118
ITEMS
38,481
VIEWS
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Revue des Deux Mondes is an active cultural-literary journal published monthly by the Société de la Revue des Deux Mondes. Founded in 1829 ​​by Prosper Mauroy and Pierre de Ségur-Dupeyron, it is one of the oldest extant European review journals and provides a forum for the discussion and debate of current affairs. Each issue features original articles concerning all areas of human activity across nations, disciplines and cultures, along with editorials that explore literary and...
Topic: Area, Ethnic & Gender Studies
Playboy 1953-2014
Playboy 1953-2014
collection
751
ITEMS
130,026
VIEWS
collection

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Playboy was an American magazine published quarterly by PLBY Group. Founded in 1953 by American magazine publisher Hugh Hefner (1926–2017) as a monthly magazine, it published general-interest features aimed at men interspersed with images of nude or semi-nude women, before ceasing print publication in 2020. Each issue contained original articles written for men together with photographs of celebrities and professional models, as well as regular columns, fiction, personal stories, letters,...
Topic: Men's Interests
collection

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DOI Reports: Department of the Interior
DOI Reports: Department of the Interior
collection
2,489
ITEMS
35,003
VIEWS
collection

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Theatrical Journal 1839-1871
Theatrical Journal 1839-1871
collection
1,162
ITEMS
17,298
VIEWS
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Theatrical Journal is a historical journal published in United States focused on Fine & Performing Arts. This collection contains microfilm published between 1839 and 1871.
Topic: Fine & Performing Arts
Niles' National Register 1811-1849
Niles' National Register 1811-1849
collection
2,068
ITEMS
22,361
VIEWS
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Niles' National Register is a historical journal published in United States focused on Language & Literature. This collection contains microfilm published between 1811 and 1849.
Topic: Language & Literature
All the Year Round 1859-1895
All the Year Round 1859-1895
collection
2,048
ITEMS
38,458
VIEWS
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All the Year Round was a British literary magazine published weekly between 1859 and 1895. Founded and owned by English writer Charles Dickens (1812–1870), as a direct successor to his previous publication   Household Words (1850-1859) , the journal featured the serialisation of many prominent novels, including the first instalment of Dickens' own A Tale of Two Cities , which featured in the magazine’s debut issue. As with his previous publication, the magazine’s name derived...
Topic: Language & Literature
Billboard 1894-2016
Billboard 1894-2016
collection
5,809
ITEMS
127,483
VIEWS
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Billboard, is an active American entertainment magazine owned by the Billboard-Hollywood Reporter Media Group. It was first published in 1894 and focuses on news, video, opinion, reviews, events, and style, and is also known for its music charts , including the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 , tracking the most popular songs and albums in different genres. The Internet Archive Collection contains microfilm published between 1894 to 2016. Billboard Magazine can be found online at...
Topics: Music, Sound Recording, Reproduction, Sound Recording And Reproduction, entertainment, music
The Economist 1843-2016
The Economist 1843-2016
collection
10,215
ITEMS
307,331
VIEWS
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The Economist is an active international weekly newspaper published in magazine format. It was first established in 1843 by the Scottish economist James Wilson to muster support for the abolishment of the British Corn Laws. It gradually expanded to cover the United Kingdom's political economy and eventually featuring articles on current affairs, finance and commerce. It greatly expanded in the late 20th Century to include opinion columns, special reports, political cartoons, reader letters,...
Topics: Business And Economics--Economic Situation And Conditions, Business And Economics--Economic Systems...
Books to Borrow
by Peterson, Jim
texts

eye 15,920

favorite 137

comment 4

239 p. : 32 cm
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews )
Topics: Playboy (Chicago, Ill.), Photography, Erotic
TIME 1923-2014
TIME 1923-2014
collection
5,062
ITEMS
38,397
VIEWS
collection

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TIME is an active American general-interest magazine currently published biweekly by TIME USA, LLC. Co-founded in 1923 by Yale classmates Briton Hadden (1898–1929) and Henry Luce (1898–1967), it publishes the latest news on a variety of topics, as well as in-depth analysis of current events from around the globe. Each issue features original articles that provide insights on national and international news, business, science, technology, health, media, the arts, and sport, along with film,...
Topics: General Interest Periodicals--United States, Political Science--International Relations
The Balinese Digital Library
The Balinese Digital Library
collection
2,890
ITEMS
970,682
VIEWS
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Almost all of the writings in Balinese were digitized and preserved here in 2011 by the Internet Archive from their major library in Denpasar, Bali.   A official in the cultural ministry said that this collection is "90% of all writings in Balinese."  Most of the Balinese literature is written on palm leaves, or Lontar.  Some were not digitized because of the culturally sensitive materials they contain. This makes the Balinese the first to have...
Railway Age 1870-2016
Railway Age 1870-2016
collection
6,310
ITEMS
108,371
VIEWS
collection

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Railway Age is an active American trade journal for the rail transport industry. It was founded in 1856 in Chicago and is published monthly by Simmons-Boardman Publishing Corporation. Railway Age publishes news columns and featured articles related to the rail transport industry in the United States, including editorials and general articles as well as regular sections featuring industry related book reviews, products review and advertisements sections, professional directories and classifieds....
Topic: Transportation, Railroads
collection

eye 97,594

The Examiner was a weekly paper founded in 1808 by John and Leigh Hunt. It was deemed to be a leadinging intellectual journal expounding radical principles. The Examiner, dedicated itself to politics, domestic economy and theatricals, it published leading writers of the day including Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats, William Hazlitt and most notably Charles Dickens. On the cover of every issue the Hunt brothers pointed out that half the cost of every issue was due to the Governments...
Topic: Language & Literature
The Federal Register / FIND 1936-2016
The Federal Register / FIND 1936-2016
collection
30,562
ITEMS
571,996
VIEWS
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The Federal Register is the official publication of the federal government of the United States of America. Published on weekdays by 6 a.m., it provides a means for the government to announce changes to government requirements, policies and guidance, it contains: Proposed New rules and regulations Final rules Changes to existing rules Notices of meetings and adjudicatory proceedings Presidential documents including executive orders, proclamations and administrative orders The Federal Register...
Topic: Public Administration
Long Playing Records
by Earl Grant
audio

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favorite 30

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Tracklist: 1. More (From Lim "Mondo Cane") 2. Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) 3. Stella By Starlight 4. Over The Rainbow 5. Off Shore 6. Snowfall 7. I Miss You So 8. Sukiyaki 9. The High And The Mighty 10. Spring Is Here 11. How Are Things In Glocca Morra 12. The Breeze And I
Topics: Jazz, Easy Listening, Cool Jazz
Source: Vinyl LP
Armed Forces Journal 1863-2013
Armed Forces Journal 1863-2013
collection
6,162
ITEMS
106,098
VIEWS
collection

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Armed Forces Journal (AFJ) is an active joint-service journal published monthly except January and August by Sightline Media Group. Launched in 1863 as The Army and Navy Journal and Gazette of the Regular and Volunteer Forces , the journal was founded as a weekly newspaper by brothers Francis Pharcellus Church (1839–1906), an American publisher and editor, and William Conant Church (1836–1917), an American Civil War veteran and co-founder and second president of the National Rifle...
Topic: Military
collection

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United States. Congress. Hearings, Prints and Reports is a government document published in United States focused on Government Documents. This collection contains microfilm published between 1951 and 1960.
Topic: Government Documents
Better Homes and Gardens 1922-2011
Better Homes and Gardens 1922-2011
collection
987
ITEMS
14,595
VIEWS
collection

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Better Homes and Gardens (BH&G) is an American magazine currently published monthly by Dotdash Meredith. Founded in 1922 by American entrepreneur—and former United States Secretary of Agriculture under President Woodrow Wilson—Edwin T. Meredith (1876–1928) as Fruit, Garden and Home , it acquired its current name in 1924 and is one of the original “ Seven Sisters ”, a group of magazines that were traditionally aimed at married homemakers during the nineteenth and early-twentieth...
Topics: Architecture, Gardening And Horticulture, Home Economics, Interior Design And Decoration
collection

eye 1,704

United States Library of Congress
collection
0
ITEMS
1,213
VIEWS
collection

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Machinery 1894-1973
Machinery 1894-1973
collection
1,087
ITEMS
15,958
VIEWS
collection

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Machinery is a trade journal published in United States focused on Engineering & Technology. This collection contains microfilm published between 1894 and 1973. The ISSN is 0024-9181.
Topic: Engineering & Technology
Books to Borrow
texts

eye 5,555

favorite 120

comment 0

212 pages ; 24 cm
Topics: Conduct of life, Self-realization
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 1905-1911
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 1905-1911
collection
2,737
ITEMS
28,047
VIEWS
collection

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch is an active regional newspaper currently published daily by Lee Enterprises. Founded in 1878 by Hungarian-American politician and newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer (1847–1911), through the merger of the St. Louis Evening Post and Saint Louis Dispatch , it provides the latest news coverage for the St. Louis metropolitan area. Each issue features original news reports covering local as well as national and world events, together with articles, reviews and regular...
Topic: General Interest Periodicals--United States
collection

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Critical Review; Or, Annals of Literature is a historical journal published in United States focused on Language & Literature. This collection contains microfilm published between 1756 and 1817.
Topic: Language & Literature
collection

eye 1,257

collection

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Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Reports is a collection of United States government documents published by FBIS, a component of the Central Intelligence Agency's Directorate of Science and Technology. Established in 1941, the collection contains English-language translations of publicly available foreign mass media transmitted by radio, television, and print. Originally tasked with monitoring, recording, transcribing and translating intercepted radio broadcasts from foreign...
Chicago Daily Tribune 1847-1858
Chicago Daily Tribune 1847-1858
collection
172
ITEMS
1,072
VIEWS
collection

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Chicago Daily Tribune is a . This collection contains microfilm published between 1847 and 1858.
Books to Borrow
by Araki, Nobuyoshi, 1940- photographer
texts

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favorite 142

comment 0

1 volume (unpaged) : 21 cm
Topics: Photography, Erotic, Sex-oriented businesses -- Japan -- Tokyo -- Pictorial works, Sex-oriented...
ಜ್ಞಾನ ಗಂಗೋತ್ರಿ - ಕಿರಿಯರ ವಿಶ್ವಕೋಶದ ಈ ಸಂಪುಟವನ್ನು ಒದಗಿಸಿದವರು ಡಾ ವೈ ಸಿ ಕಮಲ. ಅವರಿಗೆ ಸಂಚಯ, ಸಂಚಿ ಫೌಂಡೇಷನ್ ಹಾಗೂ ಸರವೆಂಟ್ಸ್ ಆಫ್ ನಾಲೆಡ್ಜ್ (ಜ್ಞಾನದ ಸೇವಕರು) ಪುಸ್ತಕಗಳ ಡಿಜಿಟಲೀಕರಣ ಯೋಜನೆಯ ಪರವಾಗಿ...
Topics: ಕಿರಿಯರ ವಿಶ್ವಕೋಶ, ವಿಶ್ವಕೋಶ, ಕನ್ನಡ...
JPRS Reports: East Asia & Southeast Asia
JPRS Reports: East Asia & Southeast Asia
collection
1,436
ITEMS
24,864
VIEWS
collection

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Mining Journal 1835-2012
Mining Journal 1835-2012
collection
7,653
ITEMS
83,323
VIEWS
collection

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Mining Journal is a trade journal published in United Kingdom focused on Environmental Sciences. This collection contains microfilm published between 1835 and 2012. The ISSN is 0026-5225.
Topic: Environmental Sciences
Leslie's Weekly 1855-1922
Leslie's Weekly 1855-1922
collection
3,565
ITEMS
61,284
VIEWS
collection

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Leslie’s Weekly is a historical American illustrated literary and news magazine founded in 1855 as Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper. It was one of several magazines founded and published by the publisher and illustrator Frank Leslie.  Throughout its publication, the Leslie’s Weekly provided illustrations and reports - initially with wood engravings and daguerreotypes, later with more advanced forms of photography - of important events in the United States, from John Brown's...
Topic: General Interest
Die Mennonitische Rundschau 1880-1993
Die Mennonitische Rundschau 1880-1993
collection
5,194
ITEMS
79,324
VIEWS
collection

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Die Mennonitische Rundschau was a German-language Anabaptist periodical published by the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches. Launched in 1880—as a successor to Der Nebraska Ansiedler —it initially served as a news source and link for the newly established, Plautdietsch-speaking (or Low German) Russian Mennonite communities in the prairie regions of Canada and the United States. In 1945, it was acquired by the Mennonite Brethren Church, becoming its official conference...
Topic: Philosophy & Religion
Harper's Magazine 1850-2015
Harper's Magazine 1850-2015
collection
3,372
ITEMS
41,691
VIEWS
collection

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Harper's Magazine is an active general-interest magazine published monthly by John R. MacArthur and the Harper’s Magazine Foundation. Founded in 1850 by the ​​New York book-publishing firm Harper & Brothers, it is one of the oldest continuously published monthly magazines in the United States and provides the latest coverage of politics, society, the environment, and culture. Each issue features original essays, commentary and long-form narrative journalism, along with reviews and...
Topics: General Interest Periodicals--United States, Literary And Political Reviews
Books to Borrow
by Villegas, Maria
texts

eye 2,277

favorite 14

comment 0

335 pages : 19 x 20 cm
Topics: Girls -- Juvenile literature, Beauty, Personal -- Juvenile literature, Beauty, Personal, Girls,...
Playboy 1953-2014
texts

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favorite 1

comment 0

Playboy January 1989 -December 1993: Volume 36-40 , Issue CUMULATIVE INDEX. Digitized from IA1630634-04 . Previous issue: sim_playboy_january-december-1994_41_index . Next issue: sim_playboy_1996-01_43_1 .
Topics: Men's Interests, Magazines, microfilm
Source: IA1630634-04
Servants Of Knowledge
by S. W. Fallon,Lala Faqir Chand (assistantce)
texts

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favorite 10

comment 0

The Indian Academy of Sciences This book was scanned by the Servants of Knowledge, a collection of volunteers dedicated to promoting the increase and diffusion of knowledge. The Servants of Knowledge gratefully acknowledges the contribution of the Indian Academy of Sciences to our efforts by providing space and logistical support in Bangalore. Jai Gyan!
American Machinist 1877-2009
American Machinist 1877-2009
collection
3,853
ITEMS
74,776
VIEWS
collection

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American Machinist is an active trade magazine currently published by Endeavor Business Media. Launched in 1877, it provides coverage of the latest news and developments from the international machinery industries. In 2013, the magazine transitioned from a combined print/online publication to online-only.  Each issue features original articles on the latest product news and technology trends for contract manufacturers and job shop leaders. It also highlights significant developments on...
Topic: Machinery
Life 1883-1972
Life 1883-1972
collection
4,684
ITEMS
62,765
VIEWS
collection

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LIFE was an American general-interest magazine published weekly by Time Inc. Founded in 1883 by American publishers John Ames Mitchell (1845–1918) and Andrew Miller (1857–1919), it was acquired in 1936 by magazine magnate Henry Luce (1898–1967) and became a pioneer in photojournalism. It suspended publication in 1972, before being revived in 1978 as a monthly periodical . Each issue featured original news articles, essays and stories on a range of international topics, amplified by a...
Topic: General Interest Periodicals--United States
Puck 1877-1918
Puck 1877-1918
collection
2,133
ITEMS
40,991
VIEWS
collection

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Puck was the first successful humour magazine in the United States, founded in 1871 as a German-language publication by Joseph Keppler, an Austrian-born cartoonist. Puck 's first English-language edition was published in 1877 which remained in publication until 1918. Puck featured cartoons, caricatures and political satire of the issues of the day, covering topics such as presidential politics, and social issues of the late 19th century to the early 20th century. It was the first magazine to...
Topic: Historical Periodical, Satire, Politics, Cartoon
Illustrated London News 1842-2003
Illustrated London News 1842-2003
collection
7,563
ITEMS
144,475
VIEWS
collection

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Illustrated London News is a magazine published in United Kingdom focused on General Interest Periodicals--Great Britain. This collection contains microfilm published between 1842 and 2003. The ISSN is 0019-2422.
Topic: General Interest Periodicals--Great Britain
collection

eye 8,490

Theatre, a Monthly Review and Magazine is a historical journal published in United States focused on Language & Literature. This collection contains microfilm published between 1877 and 1897.
Topic: Language & Literature
Ebony 1945-2015
Ebony 1945-2015
collection
854
ITEMS
26,722
VIEWS
collection

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Ebony is a monthly magazine that focuses on news, culture, and entertainment. Its target audience is the African-American community, and its coverage includes the lifestyles and accomplishments of influential black people, fashion, beauty, and politics. Ebony magazine was founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, who sought to address African-American issues, personalities and interests in a positive and self-affirming manner. Its cover photography typically showcases prominent African-American...
Topics: Ethnic Interests, General Interest Periodicals--United States
Judge 1881-1939
Judge 1881-1939
collection
2,731
ITEMS
47,261
VIEWS
collection

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Judge was a weekly satirical magazine published in the United States from 1881 to 1947. It was founded by artists who had seceded from its rival Puck . The founders included cartoonist James Albert Wales, dime novels publisher Frank Tousey and author George H. Jessop. The first printing of Judge was on October 29, 1881, during the Long Depression. While it did well initially, it soon had trouble competing with Puck .  William J. Arkell purchased the magazine in the mid 1880s. As a...
Topic: Language & Literature, Politics, Satire
collection

eye 60,180

The American Kennel Club Stud Book Register is a trade journal published in United States focused on General Interest. This collection contains microfilm published between 1878 and 2004. The ISSN is 0162-2013.
Topic: General Interest
Editor & Publisher 1901-2015
Editor & Publisher 1901-2015
collection
5,367
ITEMS
186,427
VIEWS
collection

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Editor & Publisher   is an active American trade magazine focused on the newspaper industry, advertising and public relations, communication, journalism and printing. Published monthly since 1901, it merged with The Journalist in 1907, Editor & Publisher is self described as the authoritative voice of new publishing. In the proceeding years it acquired Newspaperdom and The Fourth Estate.  From the late 90’s Editor & Publisher changed hands several times, first in...
Topics: Advertising And Public Relations, Communications, Journalism, Printing
FBIS Reports: Western Europe
FBIS Reports: Western Europe
collection
4,475
ITEMS
69,773
VIEWS
collection

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The Nation 1865-2016
The Nation 1865-2016
collection
8,580
ITEMS
85,210
VIEWS
collection

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The Nation is the oldest continuously published weekly magazine in the United States, covering foreign affairs, local and national politics, education and law. It was founded on July 6, 1865, and is published by its namesake owner, The Nation Company, L.P. The magazine was established as a successor to William Lloyd Garrison's The Liberator, an abolitionist newspaper that closed in 1865, after ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. In its "founding...
Topics: Art, Literary And Political Reviews, Political Science, Political Science--International Relations
Engineering and Mining Journal 1866-2015
Engineering and Mining Journal 1866-2015
collection
4,584
ITEMS
133,045
VIEWS
collection

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Founded in 1866, Engineering and Mining Journal is an active monthly business to business trade journal, serving the mining and mineral processing sectors. The journal tracks more than 50 different mineral commodities in more than 140 countries, keeping readers up to date on market activities. The magazine also includes information on mining and milling operations, developments in exploration, benediction, smelting, refining and processing technologies as well as equipment and techniques to...
Topics: Engineering, Mines And Mining Industry
The Boston Phoenix 1973-2013
The Boston Phoenix 1973-2013
collection
2,125
ITEMS
47,505
VIEWS
collection

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The Boston Phoenix is a magazine published in United States focused on General Interest. This collection contains microfilm published between 1973 and 2013. The ISSN is 0163-3015. Requested to be made openly accessible by the copyright owner Northeastern University.
Topic: General Interest
Saturday Evening Post 1829-2014
Saturday Evening Post 1829-2014
collection
8,123
ITEMS
126,500
VIEWS
collection

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The Saturday Evening Post is an active American magazine currently published bimonthly by the Saturday Evening Post Society. Launched in 1821, it briefly suspended publication in 1969 before being revived as a quarterly in 1971. The magazine provides coverage of current events, while celebrating America, past, present, and future.   Each issue features original articles covering news, culture, humor and literature, as well as reports on social and political trends, profile...
Common Sense 1946-1972
Common Sense 1946-1972
collection
609
ITEMS
16,005
VIEWS
collection

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Common Sense was a newspaper founded in 1946 by Conde McGinley, it originally focused on anti-communism and was titled ‘Think Weekly’ but by 1947 McGinley had changed the name and the focus to anti-semitism. The paper was edited by McGinley, his son and daughter-in-law and was produced semi-monthly, at its height it had an average circulation of 50,000 copies. The paper ran until June 1972. The Internet Archive Collection contains microfilm published between 1946 and 1972. Wikipedia:...
Topic: Social Sciences
collection

eye 101,580

Great Britain. Board of Trade. Board of Trade Journal is a government document published in United Kingdom focused on Business & Economics. This collection contains microfilm published between 1886 and 1970.
Topic: Business & Economics
Books to Borrow
texts

eye 31,563

favorite 340

comment 2

333 pages : 24 cm
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: Erotic comic books, strips, etc -- Japan -- Technique, Comic books, strips, etc -- Japan --...
Industry Week 1880-2016
Industry Week 1880-2016
collection
5,959
ITEMS
47,275
VIEWS
collection

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Industry Week is a trade journal published in United States focused on Business And Economics--Management and Business And Economics--Marketing And Purchasing. This collection contains microfilm published between 1880 and 2016. The ISSN is 0039-0895.
Topics: Business And Economics--Management, Business And Economics--Marketing And Purchasing
Brain Research 1982-2002
Brain Research 1982-2002
collection
2,714
ITEMS
23,288
VIEWS
collection

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Brain Research is an active peer-reviewed scientific journal currently published semi-monthly by Elsevier. Launched in 1966, it publishes the latest multidisciplinary research and developments in the field of neuroscience. Each issue features original articles covering the full scope of the field, from issues in fundamental neurobiology to translational and clinical neuroscience, together with invited reviews and short reports. It also contains commentaries and technology developments of...
Topic: Health & Medical Sciences
The Atlanta Constitution 1881-2001
The Atlanta Constitution 1881-2001
collection
905
ITEMS
673
VIEWS
collection

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The Atlanta Constitution is a newspape. This collection contains microfilm published between 1881 and 2001.
ENR (Engineering News-Record) 1874-2016
ENR (Engineering News-Record) 1874-2016
collection
8,283
ITEMS
198,872
VIEWS
collection

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Engineering-News-Record (ENR) is a journal concerning civil engineering and construction.  First established in 1917, ENR is an active weekly magazine owned by BNP Media that provides news, analysis and opinion on the worldwide construction industry. It is aimed at contractors, project owners, engineers, architects, public works officials and industry suppliers, it covers the construction industry’s financial, legal, regulatory, safety, environmental, management, corporate and labor...
Topic: Engineering--Civil Engineering
collection

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Household Words was a weekly literary magazine published between 1850 and 1859 and edited by Charles Dickens. It took its name from Shakespeare’s ‘Henry V’, “Familiar in his mouth as household words”. In the first volume Dicken’s laid out the aim of the publication: We aspire to live in the Household affections, and to be numbered among the Household thoughts, of our readers. We hope to be the comrade and friend of many thousands of people, of both sexes, and of all ages and...
Topic: Language & Literature
American Architect and Architecture 1876-1938
American Architect and Architecture 1876-1938
collection
2,801
ITEMS
61,981
VIEWS
collection

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American Architect and Architecture is a historical journal published in United States focused on Building & Construction. This collection contains microfilm published between 1876 and 1938.
Topic: Building & Construction
collection

eye 54,007

Theatrical Observer; And Daily Bills of the Play is a historical journal published in United States focused on Fine & Performing Arts. This collection contains microfilm published between 1821 and 1844.
Topic: Fine & Performing Arts
AISE Steel Technology 1924-2003
AISE Steel Technology 1924-2003
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1,041
ITEMS
9,318
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AISE Steel Technology is a trade journal published in United States focused on Mathematical & Physical Sciences. This collection contains microfilm published between 1924 and 2003. The ISSN is 1528-5855.
Topic: Mathematical & Physical Sciences
Punch 1841-1992
Punch 1841-1992
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6,727
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74,704
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Punch was a satirical magazine published weekly from 1841 to 1992. Founded in 1841 by British journalist and playwright Henry Mayhew (1812–1887) and wood-engraver Ebenezer Landells (1808–1860), it published satirical articles accompanied by topical cartoons that captured life in Britain during the 19th and 20th centuries.  Inspired by the popular French satirical magazine Le Charivari , each issue featured political and literary criticism, as well as humorous works from a number of...
Topics: General Interest Periodicals--Great Britain, Literary And Political Reviews
Chilton's Iron Age 1873-1983
Chilton's Iron Age 1873-1983
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5,633
ITEMS
156,072
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Chilton's Iron Age is a trade journal published in United States focused on Mathematical & Physical Sciences. This collection contains microfilm published between 1873 and 1983. The ISSN is 0164-5137.
Topic: Mathematical & Physical Sciences
Ladies' Home Journal 1884-2014
Ladies' Home Journal 1884-2014
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1,568
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27,666
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Ladies' Home Journal was an American magazine first published in Philadelphia by the Curtis Publishing Company. Launched in 1883 as The Ladies Home Journal and Practical Housekeeper , it was one of the original “ Seven Sisters ” , a group of magazines that were traditionally aimed at married homemakers during the nineteenth and early-twentieth century, of which only three are still in print. It acquired its final name in 1889 and was published 11 times per year, before becoming a quarterly...
Topics: Beauty Culture, General Interest Periodicals--United States, Home Economics, Interior Design And...
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Forest and Stream; A journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting was a monthly magazine published in newspaper format. Founded by Charles Hallock in 1873 it was dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and the promotion of outdoor activities. Forest and Stream is known for helping to launch the National Audubon Society which was an early sponsor of the national park movement.  Naturalist George Bird Grinnell was the editor from its inception for 35...
Topic: Environmental Sciences
The Athenaeum 1828-1920
The Athenaeum 1828-1920
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4,743
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91,692
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The Athenæum was a British literary magazine published weekly between 1828 and 1920. Founded by British author, journalist and traveller James Silk Buckingham (1786–1855), the periodical was sold within weeks to Scottish author John Sterling (1806–1844) and edited by theologian Frederick Maurice (1805–1872), before being acquired the following year by English critic Charles Wentworth Dilke (1789–1864). In 1921, the magazine ceased publication and was incorporated into the periodical...
Topics: Fine & Performing Arts, Language & Literature, Historical Periodical