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Copies of individual articles in GSJs 1-61 (1948 to 2009) are available from the JSTOR website. The first page of each article can be seen, and the entire article is available for download if you have access to a participating library, otherwise it may be purchased from JSTOR on a pay-per-view basis. NOTE: JSTOR’s new Register & Read service enables anyone who registers with JSTOR to read online, for free, three articles from the archive every two weeks. Click here for further details of Register & Read. In addition, a number of universities in the US and GB are now offering their alumni access to JSTOR. Click here for a list of participating institutions.   JSTOR are now offering non-institutional members of the Galpin Society a 50% discount on JPASS, a new 1-year access plan for individuals ($99 instead of the usual $199). JPASS includes unlimited reading and 120 article downloads, not only to GSJ, but also to more than 1,500 humanities, social science, and science journals in the JSTOR archival collections. For more information see JPASS. Once you have paid your GS subscription in full, contact the Administrator for a code to access the purchase website. More recent articles are only available by purchasing the entire Journal in which they appear. The 2015 Journal is available to members only. The 2007 to 2014 Journals are available at £46 each, or £15 to members, while stocks last. Contact the Administrator for further details about how to purchase these. Further information for authors may be found here. NOTE: Articles for the 2016 Journal will be considered between 1 April and 1 June 2015 only.
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