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Curtis's Botanical Magazine
Curtis's Botanical Magazine is an illustrated gardening and botanical journal started by William Curtis in the 18th century. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.)
Curtis's Botanical Magazine is said by some sources to have begun publishing in 1787. However, the archives below include copies of Volume 1 with a publication date of 1790. This may reflect a later printing. The first few volumes are simply titled The Botanical Magazine. It is still published today.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1787-1800: The Biodiversity Heritage Library has the first 14 volumes, when it was published as The Botanical Magazine.
- 1787-1807: The National Agricultural Library has many images from the first 26 volumes. Issues cannot be browsed, but one can search for specific images.
- 1790-1796, 1799: Project Gutenberg has volumes 1-10 and 13 in illustrated HTML.
- 1801-1920: The Biodiversity Heritage Library has volumes 15-146, and indexes for volumes 1-70.
- 1922: HathiTrust has volume 148. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1923-1924: HathiTrust has volume 149. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1924-1925: HathiTrust has volume 150. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1925-1926: HathiTrust has volume 151. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
Official Site / Current Material
- Kew Gardens's page on Curtis's Botanical Magazine has information on the current incarnation of the magazine, and links to online issues available for purchase or subscription.
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