Drew owns many periodicals from the 18th, 19th 20th centuries and also provides access to more titles online.
Print and microformat housed at the Drew Library; online access to a limited number of journals:
- Alphabetical list of periodicals: 1700-1799
- Alphabetical list of periodicals: 1800-1849
- Alphabetical list of periodicals: 1850-1900
- Alphabetical list of periodicals on microfilm housed at the Methodist Center
Readers' Guide Retrospective indexes popular magazines and journals from 1890 to the present. Full text access to select group of magazines and journals is available from 1994 onward. Search the library's catalog by journal title to determine if the library owns the journal in print or microfiche for journals indexed in this database prior to 1994 (database guide).
19th Century Masterfile
Indexes (but often NOT full-text) to magazines and books of the 19th Century.
Drew Library provides access to several newspaper archives. Online access is via Electronic Resources by Title.
- African American Newspapers: The 19th Century (Drew access only)
- Americas Historical Newspapers (Drew access only) - Full text access to American newspapers from 1690-1922.
- The Civil War: A Newspaper Perspective (Drew access only)- November 1860 - April 1865
- J-Stor - 19th and 20th Century periodicals available (Drew access only - Browse JSTOR journals by subject; alphabetical list.)
- New York Times Historical (Drew access only) - Searchable full text/page images for the New York Times, 1851 - 2003
- The Pennsylvania Gazette (Drew access only) - 1728-1800
- Readers' Guide Full Text and Retrospective (Drew access only - popular magazines and journals from 1890 to the present (database guide).
Free newspaper/journal archives
- PS Magazine (1951-1970)- An Army publication on preventive maintenance, featuring the art work of the late Will Eisner (1917-2005).
- Stars and Stripes (1918 - 1919) - At the peak of its production, The Stars and Stripes reached 526,000 doughboys during WWI.
- RASP: Resources for Research: Periodicals - scanned 18th, 19th and 20th Century periodicals online.
- Newspaper Archives/Indexes/Morgues from the Library of Congress.