Answered By: Kathleen Donovan Last Updated: Aug 03, 2016 Views: 725
The Boston Daily Globe was published from 1872-1960, when the title was changed to the Boston Globe (1960-).
The full-text electronic availability is:
- 1987 - present, in Factiva
- 1872-1984, in ProQuest Historical Newspapers
- Harvard has microfilm back to 1940 in the Newspaper Microfilm Reading Room in Widener Library, Film NC 424.
- See the Boston Globe HOLLIS record for more information.
Harvard affiliates may subscribe to the complete Boston Globe, including archive access, at a discounted rate of $10 for the first year. You can sign up at http:BostonGlobe.com/Harvard
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