Back issues of IASA journal and Phonographic Bulletin available online

Digitised copies from some of the early issues of the IASA journal and its predecessor, the IASA Phonographic Bulletin, are gradually being added to the IASA website and made available to all:

They contain many important articles, as well as historic accounts tracing developments in sound and audiovisual archives - and tracking IASA's history. For example, you can read what IASA might become in 2019, from viewpoints articulated 23 years ago in Phonographic Bulletin no. 61!

Thanks to George Boston for scanning the paper copies of these publications.

Note: recent journal issues are available only to IASA Members and to Supporter and Subscriber categories.