The Criterion (1922-1939), edited by T.S. Eliot

Vol. 1, No. 1: tse The Criterion vol 1 no 1 1922

Vol. 1, No. 2: tse criterion v 1 n 2 january 1923 photocopy

Vol. 1, No. 3: tse criterion v 1 no 3

Vol. 1, No. 4: tse criterion vol 1 no 4

Vol. 2, No. 5: criterion vol 2 no 5 october 1923

Vol. 2, No. 6: tse criterion v0l 2 no 6 feb 1924

Vol. 2, No. 7: tse criterion vol 2 no 7 1924

Vol. 2, No. 8: tse the criterion v 2 8 june 1924

Vol. 3, No. 9: tse criterion v 3 no 9

Vol. 3, No. 10: tse criterion vol 3 no 10

order may 1928

Order (1928-1929), edited by Christopher Dawson and Tom Burns.  Only four issues were ever issued. And, as far as I know, this is the only place–in any library, archives, or on the web–where all four are collected together.

Issue 1: order issue 1

Issue 2: order issue 2

Issue 3: order issue 3

Issue 4: order issue 4

university bookman image

The University Bookman.  By request of the Kirk Center and Kirk Legacy, LLC, I have removed all issues of The University Bookman.  I’m terribly sorry, but you might be able to find partial runs of the journal at major university libraries.

5 Comments on “Periodicals

  1. Pingback: Goodbye University Bookman Archives–thank you for everything! | Stormfields

  2. So disappointed that U.B. pdfs are gone. I should have downloaded them but never got around to it. So much better than the Kirk Center’s non pdf access. Also should have kept my originals that came from decades of subscribing to National Review. And thanks, too, for Order and The Criterion.

      • This is amazing – I’ve just spent the last 2 hours trying to find copies of Order, and you’re tight: they’re just not anywhere to be found. Would you mind letting me know where you got these? I’m eager to get these issues as hard copies, if that’s possible.

      • Adrian, I found a few at the University of St Thomas (Minnesota) archives, and the others at a small Catholic college in Dubuque, Iowa. I can’t remember the name of the latter.

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