The Atlantic Digitizes Its 165-Year-Old Archive, Unlocking Potential IP

The library includes original writing from Twain, Hemingway, Plath and other authors

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The Atlantic announced Monday morning that it has completed the nine-month project of digitizing its archive of more than 1,900 print magazines, a portfolio of writing that dates back to the founding of the magazine in 1857. 

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