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How can you access the archives of "The Boston Globe" online?

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The Boston Globe website offers direct access to all of its archives. Existing Boston Globe subscribers can access the archives for free simply by signing in to the website. Non-subscribers can search the archives but will have to pay a small fee to access the content.

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The Boston Globe archives include digital copies of full-text articles dating back to its very first issue, published on March 4, 1872. Under its Terms of Use, articles retrieved from the archive can be used for personal and non-commercial use only. In some circumstances, the Boston Globe will permit an article to be reprinted. However, due to the changing nature of news and events, the reader is responsible for validating the accuracy, completeness and context of any article retrieved from the archive.

The Boston Globe began as a daily morning newspaper. In 1973, General Charles H. Taylor was hired as a temporary business manager tasked with stabilizing the paper's financial matters. Because of his success as a business manager, he was named the paper's first publisher. Of the nine publishers the paper has had, five of them were members of the Taylor family. Today, the paper has grown to become a full-scale multimedia news and information resource.

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