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Harper's Magazine is a monthly magazine publishing literature and commentary.
Harper's Magazine began publication as Harper's New Monthly Magazine with the June 1850 issue. It changed its name to Harper's Monthly Magazine for the Christmas 1900 issue, and to Harper's Magazine for the March 1913 issue. Issue and contribution copyright renewals began before 1923. It is still published today.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1850-1899: Cornell's Making of America archive has volumes 1-98. The issues appear as page images.
- 1850-1922: HathiTrust has volumes 1, 3-18, 20-43, 45-55, 57-63, 65-66, 68-70, 72-85, 88, 92, 94, 97-102, 106-115, 117-118, 123-130, and 132-145, scanned from holdings at the University of Michigan. The issues appear as page images.
- 1901-1905, 1908.1908, 1911: HathiTrust has volumes 103-107, 109-112, 116, 120, and 123, scanned from holdings at Princeton University. The issues appear as page images.
- 1909: The Internet Archive has volume 119, covering June-November 1909.
- 1910: The Internet Archive has volume 121, covering June-November 1910.
- 1910-1911: Google Books has *volume 122, covering December 1910 to May 1911. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1915: HathiTrust has volume 131, covering June-November 1915, scanned from the University of California.
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