New! Vogue Archive and Early European Books now available


It’s not often I get to tell you all about new resources, so hopefully you’ll all be as excited as I am about two new resources that we have just gained access to.

The Vogue Archive provides material for research into advances in fashion and culture. The archive provides searchable access to the archive of Vogue magazine (US version) from 1892, which contains over 400,000 pages. Pages from the magazine, including adverts, are available in full, and access to the most recent edition of Vogue is also available to allow comparisons between past and present to be made. The Vogue Archive is accessible via our A to Z list of electronic resources.

Early European Books (EEB) provides full-text access to books published in Europe up to 1700. EEB is comprised of four collections, each of which is from a different library collection or consortium of library collections. EEB is a searchable resource that provides high-resolution facsimile access to the books that also includes illustrations and maps. Also included are detailed descriptions of each of the books. For further details of what is included in this resource, take a look at EEB’s information pages. As with the Vogue Archive (and all of our electronic resources) EEB is available via our A to Z list of electronic resources.

We hope you enjoy using these new resources, and as ever, if you do have any problems with accessing electronic resources, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Subject Help Desk by e-mail, on the phone on 01204 903404 or visito us in person.


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