Answered By: Naomi at FIT Library
Last Updated: May 25, 2017     Views: 33

The online archive of *Harper's Bazaar  (U.S. version) is available to current FIT students and employeesWe also provide access to Vogue Archive and WWD Archive  and they can all be searched at the same time

For the year you requested however we also hve print versions of the publication.  and some on microfilm, too We have incomplete sets so it's possible that we don't have the specific issue in 1937 that you need.

Some of our holdings are in Special Collections department and you may want to contact them to inquire if they have the particular issue that you need.

FYI, there are also some old issues--but only for the years 1867-1900-- digitized and viewable online through Cornell University's HEARTH (Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition and History) project

Assorted other issues--some fully digitized, some searchable only--can be found through Hathi Trust

*Note that in the early years, the magazine was known as "Harper's Bazar"

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