|JSTOR. This is a subscription-based digital library located at http://www.jstor.org/.|
|This is a rich repository, containing the full-text of lengthy runs of hundreds of journals. The emphasis is on English-language journals, but some journals in other languages are included. Most of the runs are within the 20th century, but some runs extend into the 19th century and earlier.|
This large archive is provided with a superb search engine that
spans the entire corpus of the archive.
The only weaknesses of the search engine have to do with text
involving foreign diacritical marks, and also occasionally text in
italic font (capital J seems especially problematic).
If you are looking for the full-text of an article in a particular journal, then use the Browse function. If you want to search something that you think may be in the archive, then use the Search function.
There are links to JSTOR from a number of history pages in the Repertorium Veterrimarum Societatum Litterariarum (Inventory of the Oldest Scholarly Societies), including the following history pages:
There are also links in the Repertorium Veterrimarum Societatum Litterariarum (Inventory of the Oldest Scholarly Societies) to JSTOR from over a hundred information pages for journals that have been used to find journal-title abbreviations in the Abbreviations Used for the Journal Titles of Scholarly Societies. These journals are enumerated at Journal-Title Abbreviations in Old Journals in the Repertorium Veterrimarum Societatum Litterariarum.