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The Atlantic Monthly
The Atlantic Monthly is a monthly magazine publishing literature and commentary.
The Atlantic Monthly began publication in November 1857. It is also known as The Atlantic (and has sometimes used the shorter name on its masthead). It is still published today.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1857-1901: An archive at Cornell has the complete contents of volumes 1-88 (November 1857 - December 1901). The issues appear as page images.
- 1857-1867: Project Gutenberg has transcriptions of many of the issues in the first years of the magazine. Some transcriptions include images.
- 1857-1922: HathiTrust's scans of the University of Michigan's copies has fully readable contents of most volumes up to volume 130 (1922). Volumes 33, 46, 78, and 96 were missing from this set when I checked in April 2010. The issues appear as page images.
- 1857-1922: HathiTrust's scans of the University of California's copies has fully readable contents of most volumes up to volume 130 (1922). Volume 97 (1906) was mislabeled as volume 27, and volumes 63, 67, 69, 70, 73-82, 85, 105-107, 115 were missing from this set when I checked in April 2010. The issues appear as page images.
- 1995-2008: The official Atlantic Online Archive has free content for issues from November 1995 to October 2008, except for a few articles where authors retained online rights. Access to most articles from earlier years is available as well, for a fee.
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