I need copies of New Yorker articles. Are they all available online?
Yes. The full backfile of the New Yorker is available through Opinion Archives.
We also have the magazine in print back to 1925. Widener has a complete back file of it on D West, call number P282.53F (Note it's oversize, so it should be on folio shelf at the end of the P section). The HOLLIS record lists all the library locations and also the complete details of online coverage at Harvard.
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