Hi ARSC, I've been working for several years to get old record collectors' magazines online. So far, I've posted complete runs of Record Research, Victrola and 78 Journal, and 78 Quarterly. The files have been uploaded to Archive.org, but I've represented them more clearly (I hope) here - http://www.dinosaurdiscs.com/library I'm currently working on Antique Phonograph Monthly and New Amberola Graphic. Allen Koenigsberg, editor of APM, has agreed to distribute scans if I can track down copies of each issue. I've got about 80% (Vol. 1-7), but still need Vol. 8-11 (the later volumes were fewer issues each). Please get in touch if you have these and would be willing to lend them to me for this project or send me scans. In the meantime, I've got an index here - http://www.dinosaurdiscs.com/library/antique-phonograph-monthly I've got a bit more than half of the published issues of New Amberola Graphic online already. You can see which issues I do and don't have here - http://www.dinosaurdiscs.com/library/new-amberola-graphic. Again, please let me know if you can contribute. I thought I'd also mention a few other publications of this sort that are already online. The City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society sell a CD of scans of Hillandale News on their site for £50 - http://www.clpgs.org.uk/misc.html. The Canadian Antique Phonograph Society offer back issues of Antique Phonograph News for free to members or sale to non-members: http://www.capsnews.org/apnpurchase.htm. The Antique Phonograph Society (previously 'CAPS' and 'MAPS') will begin offering back issues of The Sound Box in 2016, and will likely extend this to In The Groove soon after. I think I'll take on Talking Machine Review (UK, 1969-1996) if/when I complete APM & NAG. If anyone here knows who I might contact about permission, or has got copies or scans to contribute, please get in touch. Thanks!