Answered By: Steve Henry Last Updated: May 01, 2017 Views: 67
The most comprehensive source for Rolling Stone seems to be:
The Rolling Stone Index : Twenty-five Years of Popular Culture, 1967-1991
and its supplement:
The Rolling Stone Index : Five More Years of Popular Culture, 1992-1996
Selected articles from RS are also indexed in Music Index, available from the UMD Libraries' list of databases for the years 1971-2008.
Readers’ Guide Retrospective database covers Rolling Stone from 1978 to 1982.
There are a few other sources listed in Ulrich’s Global Serials Directory, including some print and some defunct sources.
This old print source might be worth a shot. It covers Rolling Stone, but I’m not sure how completely: Popular Periodical Index. Camden, N.J.: Rutgers University, Camden Library], 1973.
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