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Getting to the full text
Once you have found the citation of a journal article you're interested in, click on the Check for Full Text buttons found next to the citation, or run a journal title search in Trexler Library's Encompass Search.
Primary sources (sources published contemporaneously with the War)
Encyclopedia Britannica 11th ed. (Trexler Library, A level, call # 032 E56).
Vols. 1-29 published 1910. Update (volumes 30-32) published 1922.
Foreign Relations of the United States (Trexler Library, A level, Govt. Documents call # S1.1)
Primary documentation of U.S. foreign relations. Indexed by country.
Search can be limited to wartime publications.
[London] Times Digital Archive
Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications (Trexler Library, A level, end of Govt. Documents section)
Listing of U.S. government documents, by year and then by subject. Full text of documents can be retrieved either through our library catalog, through Google Books, or on interlibrary loan.
New York Times (microfilm, Trexler Library level A; index at call # 071.471 N532y)
Papers of Woodrow Wilson (Trexler Library, A level, call # 973.913 W754pa)
Readers Guide Retrospective
Coverage 1890-1982. Index of popular press periodicals, many of which can be found hard-copy in the library. Interlibrary loan is also an option for titles we don't carry.
World War I Document Archive
Hosted by Brigham Young University.
Scholarly journal articles
Web search engines and directories
For tips on citing print and electronic sources in the Chicago style, visit Trexler Library's Citation Guides for Print and Electronic Resources. For a more complete guide to the Chicago style, visit Purdue University's Online Writing Lab.
Articles via interlibrary loan
Journal articles not found in Trexler Library can be ordered on interlibrary loan.