Early JSTOR content and Indianapolis Recorder now available

By , September 9, 2011 10:55 am

JSTOR, an online subscription database of scholarly journal content, has announced that all journal  content published prior to 1923 in the U.S. and prior to 1870 elsewhere will now be freely available to anyone.  Locally, IUPUI has digitized the Indianapolis Recorder, a newspaper that has covered the Indianapolis black community for more than a century.  The digital archive of the Recorder covers 1899-2005.  Recorder issues for 1912-1925 and January-April of 1932 are missing, so if you have preserved any of these print issues, please contact the IUPUI library if you would be willing to share them for digitization.

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