Full articles published in this date range are free. Full articles published in this date range are free, but count toward your monthly limit. To find what you are looking for, try to make your search terms as specific as possible; just searching for "football" or "Russia" will usually result in too many results to sort through. How can I access an article I have already purchased in the Archive? How long is it accessible? Articles you have purchased are available for 90 days from the purchase date.
To access an article you have already purchased, make sure that you are logged in with the account used to purchase the article, then navigate back to the article page via NYTimes. Can I save articles that I have purchased from the Article Archive?
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It contains the bibliographic information for the selected article and the word count. From this free preview, you may decide to purchase the full article. Because the article is displayed as an image, the text is not searchable within Adobe Acrobat Reader. Access to Times Machine requires a paid digital subscription. TimesMachine is a browser-based digital replica of every edition of The New York Times published between and TimesMachine works like an online map; you can choose an article, then click, drag and zoom the paper to focus on interesting areas.
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The basic search includes the full text of the article, as well as text from the headline, author field, date range and subject terms. How do I find an obituary using the Article Archive? The most comprehensive way to find an obituary in the Article Archive is to search the person's last name and "dies" or "death. Chaplin dies Chaplin death What is the refund policy for the Article Archive? We do not offer a refund for articles purchased through our Article Archive. Backcopies of The New York Times from the last 90 days can be ordered directly from the newspaper by calling I have a digital subscription.
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