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Connect to: Eight Centuries (formerly 19th Century Masterfile)
Database Name Eight Centuries (formerly 19th Century Masterfile)
Other Database Name 8C
  19th Century Masterfile
  Nineteenth Century Masterfile
  A.L.A. Index to General Literature, 1893-1910
  A.L.A. Portrait Index, 1732-1905
  American Fiction, 1851-1875
  Annual Library Index, 1892-1910
  Catalogue of Scientific Papers, 1800-1900
  Century of Loan Exhibitions, 1813-1912
  Cobbett’s Parliamentary Debates, 1066-1803
  Descriptive Index of Current Engineering Literature, 1884-1891
  Engineering Index, 1892-1909
  Index to Legal Periodical Literature, 1786-1937
  Index to Legal Periodicals, 1908-1929
  Index to Periodicals, 1890-1902
  International Catalogue of Scientific Literature, 1901-1914
  Poole’s Index to Periodical Literature, 1802-1906
  Psychological Index, 1894-1905
  Royal Academy of Arts : a complete dictionary of contributors and their work, 1769-1904
  Society of Artists of Great Britain, 1760-1791, the Free Society of Artists, 1761-1783 : a complete dictionary of contributors and their work
Description 19th Century Masterfile was launched in 1999 as "Poole's Plus," but has now grown to include over seventy contemporary indexes to English-language publishing prior to 1930. This combination of indexes covers periodicals, newspapers, books, patents, image archives, US and UK government documents, and more. It offers 'omni-disciplinary' coverage of materials in the humanities and social sciences, engineering, history of science, law, economics, religion, psychology, visual arts, music, and the physical sciences. In January 2020 the resource changed its name to "Eight Centuries". The new name reflects the ever-widening scope of the product: 8C contains material dating from the 12th to 20th centuries.
Subject Art History
  Databases Beginning with 0-9
Authorized Users University of Melbourne staff, students and walk-in users on the Library premises have access to this electronic resource.
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