SERIAL ARCHIVE LISTINGS
Scribner's is the name for two apparently related monthly illustrated popular magazines from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Scribner's Monthly first appeared in 1870, absorbing the second incarnation of Putnam's. This Scribner's ran until 1881, to be succeeded by The Century Magazine. In 1887, Scribner's Magazine appeared, starting at Volume 1, and ran until 1939. Copyrights of the issues were renewed from before 1923.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1870-1881: An archive at Cornell has what appear to be most of the issues of Scribner's Monthly, with the notable exception of volume 6. The issues appear as page images.
- 1870-1881: HathiTrust has most of the issues of Scribner's Monthly as well, missing only volume 4. Its archvie also includes many of the volumes of the later Century Magazine.
- 1887-1896: An archive at Cornell has volumes 1-19 of Scribner's Magazine, as page images.
- 1887-1922: HathiTrust has volumes 1-42, 44-46, and 48-72 of Scribner's Magazine, as page images.
- 1908: Google Books has volume 43 of Scribner's Magazine, as page images. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1910-1922: The Modernist Journals Project has volumes 47-72 of Scribner's Magazine, as PDF files.
- Putnam's Magazine, which was a predecessor to this one, is also represented online.
- The Century Magazine, the successor to the first incarnation of this magazine, is also represented online.
- This magazine absorbed Lippincott's (later McBride's) in 1916.
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