Answered By: Library Services Desk
Last Updated: May 08, 2017     Views: 144

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If you seek popular magazine articles from a specific year, you may need to look at microfilm, bound periodicals, or electronic versions, depending on the magazine. Below is a list of some popular titles for which we have substantial back issue runs in print, microfilm, or electronic forms. If you're having trouble finding a magazine from the right year, come by the McKeldin Library Services Desk or contact a librarian directly.

 

Ebony
Online from 1945 to present
McKeldin has 1945 to present in Microfilm
Call Number: AP2 .E1665

Good Housekeeping
Online from 1996 to present
McKeldin has 1980 to 1993 in Periodical Stacks
McKeldin has 1885 to 1993 in Microfilm
Call Number: TX1 .G7

Ladies Home Journal
Online from 1889 to 1907
McKeldin has 1889 to 1991 in Microfilm
Call Number: AP2 .L135

Life
Online from 1996 to present
McKeldin has 1978-2000 in Periodical Stacks
Call Number: AP2 .L548

[Life is also in Google Books from 1936 to 1972]

The Nation
Online from 1865 to present

The National Review
Online from 1955 to present

The New Republic
Online from 1914 to present

Newsweek
Online from 1990 to present
McKeldin has 1943-1997 in Periodical Stacks
McKeldin has 1933-2012 in Microfilm
Call Number: AP2 .N6772

Redbook
Online from 1996 to present
McKeldin has 1960-1996 in Microfilm
Call Number: AP2 .R41

Saturday Evening Post
Online from 1931 to present
McKeldin has 1909-2007 in Periodical Stacks
Call Number: AP2 .S2

Seventeen
Online from 2007 to present
McKeldin has 1959 to 1972 and 1977 to 1992 in Periodical Stacks
McKeldin has 1973 to 1976 in Microfilm

Time
Online from 1990 to present
McKeldin has 1925-1997 in Periodical Stacks
McKeldin has 1923 to present in Microfilm
Call Number: AP2. T37

 

Other Resources:

Reader’s Guide Retrospective (1890-1982)
Search by keywords or browse specific periodicals by title. Once you find an article or magazine of interest, use the “Find It” link to locate the full text in Periodical Stacks or Microfilm.

Lastly, Google Books offers access to back issues for a number of magazines. 

 

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