Answered By: Jennifer Yao Weinraub Last Updated: Aug 15, 2017 Views: 734
Answered By: Jennifer Yao Weinraub
Last Updated: Aug 15, 2017 Views: 734
Historical issues of Harper's Bazaar (1927-present) and Vogue (1940-present) are available at the University Center library at 63 Fifth Avenue, 6th floor. Historical issues are bound together and are organized according to date of publication. Library users may request up to 3 volumes at a time. The volumes cannot be removed from the library. Scanning is permitted using our touch-screen book scanners.
PLEASE HANDLE THESE MATERIALS WITH CARE AS THEY ARE EASILY DAMAGED AND IN MANY CASES, IRREPLACEABLE.
Digitized versions of Harper's Bazaar (1962-present) and Vogue (1897-present) are available through BobCat, the library catalog. See our YouTube tutorials to learn how to access the online Vogue Archive and Harper's Bazaar Archive.
Our earliest issues of Vogue, from 1892 to 1939, may be accessed by appointment only by contacting Archives and Special Collections.