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Punch [Gale] 1841-1992Iconic British humor magazine, whose celebrated cartoons documented rapid technological, social, and political change in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Listener Historical Archive [Gale] 1929-1991BBC's weekly magazine, with transcripts of many early broadcasts, plus commentary & book reviews. Contributors included E.M. Forster, George Orwell, George Bernard Shaw, Virginia Woolf, W.H. Auden, Sylvia Plath, Philip Larkin, etc.
Contains (each from their start to 2005): Better Homes & Gardens, Chatelaine, Cosmopolitan, Essence, Good Housekeeping, Ladies’ Home Journal, Parents; Redbook; Seventeen, Town and Country, Woman’s Day, and Women’s International Network News.
Harper's Bazaar Archive [ProQuest] 1867+Fully searchable, including every advertisement; chronicles the work of world-renowned designers, models, photographers, stylists & illustrators. Useful for topics in women’s studies, material culture, design, fashion, marketing, advertising, etc.
Vogue Archive [ProQuest] 1892+Entire run of the US edition, showcasing the work of the greatest designers, photographers, stylists & illustrators of the 20th & 21st centuries. Up until the 1920s, the focus was on society, not fashion.
The ReView database within Arts: Search allows you to browse through digital facsimiles of 100 19th and early 20th century decorative and fine arts journals published in England, the US and a broad range of European countries. It includes such notable titles as The Art Journal, The Yellow Book, and The Studio.
Full text articles from the Boston Globe, Chicago Defender, Chicago Tribune, New York Times, New York Herald Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Atlanta Constitution, Jerusalem Post, New York Amsterdam News, and Times of India.