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The Journal of Infectious Diseases
The Journal of Infectious Diseases is a journal of research on microbiology, immunology, epidemiology, and related disciplines, sponsored by the Infectious Diseases Society of America. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.)
The Journal of Infectious Diseases began in 1904. The first copyright-renewed issue is March-April 1959 (v. 104 no. 2). We know of no actively copyright-renewed contributions. (More details) It is still published today.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1904-1926: JSTOR has volumes 1-39 freely readable online. Later content at this site requires subscription or other paid access.
- 1923: The Internet Archive has volume 32, covering January-June 1923.
- 1923: The Internet Archive has volume 33, covering July-December 1923.
- 1924: The Internet Archive has volume 34, covering January-June 1924.
- 1924: The Internet Archive has volume 35, covering July-December 1924.
- 1925: The Internet Archive has volume 36, covering January-June 1925.
- 1925: The Internet Archive has volume 37, covering July-December 1925.
- 1926: The Internet Archive has volume 38, covering January-June 1926.
- 1926: The Internet Archive has volume 39, covering July-December 1926.
- 1927: The Internet Archive has volume 40, covering January-June 1927.
- 1927: The Internet Archive has volume 41, covering July-December 1927.
- 1996-recent: Oxford University Press currently makes articles from 1996 until 12 months ago, as well as selected later articles, freely readable to all.
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