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The past year of the following magazines are available in print, unless otherwise noted.

American Heritage 

Art News current month

E Environmental Magazine

Farm Journal  

Field & Stream 



Harper’s Magazine  


Historical Wyoming  January 1958 - present (gaps in coverage)

Horse & Rider 

Hot Rod


Military History  

Mother Jones 

Motocross Action

Motor Trend 


National Geographic 

New York State Conservationist

New York Times Book Review 

The New Yorker 





Popular Mechanics 

Popular Science

Saudi Aramco World 

Science News 




Snowboard Magazine 

Sports Illustrated

Teen Vogue


Transworld Skateboarding 

Transworld Snowboarding  


Wrestling USA 


The following newspapers are available in print for the dates noted.


Arcade Herald  January 2010 - present
Buffalo News  Past month

Olean Times Herald  Past month


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