New York Times archives on line

by Fred Ray on August 17, 2008 · 1 comment

Yup. And free. And they go back to 1851. Even though the NYT of the 19th Century was not the powerhouse it became in the 20th, there is still a trove of information here. The older articles are in PDF format, so you can’t cut and paste, but this is a minor annoyance.


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Scott August 18, 2008 at 8:28 am

This is fantastic. Not sure if you’re aware, but The Times also has their complete archive online:

It requires a little more hassle in terms of registration. The search functionality is a little quirky as well. But I have found it to be a great source of historical information.


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