An article in the Times of Ireland last week highlights the women’s publications of the 1960s, when the magazine industry was still nascent.
The Times of Ireland’s Mary Higgins Clark said in a tweet that the magazine titles are listed in the online archive of the Irish Independent Library, which gives out free access to the full text of books.
The list, which has now been viewed almost 10 million times, includes titles like “The Great Exhibition of the World,” which celebrates the achievements of the 20th century’s most celebrated artists.
It also includes titles from “All In” and “Sex and the City,” which is about a woman who gets an assignment to cover a sex party for the first time.
Another title, “The New York Times,” celebrates the publication of “Love” and its influence on the way people think about love.
It’s not just magazines, either.
In addition to the Bollywood film, the Indian films “Pee Wee’s Playhouse” and “Mangaluru” also make the list.
“I can’t find it online,” Ms Clark said.
“The Online Archives of the Irish Independent Library has been a wonderful resource for us.
I hope this helps the readers of the online archives.”
Ms Clark added that the Online Archive also offers a database of the films of Barendale and Thelma Schoonmaker, as well as other films of the time.”These are films which are a great way to see the impact that the industry had on Irish society,” she said.
“I am very grateful for the efforts of the Library, the Librarian of the Year, the Director of the Independent Library and the Library Board of Trustees to make these collections available to us.”
I would like to thank the library for their ongoing support and fostering of the online archive.