Answered By: ask crisslibrary
Last Updated: May 06, 2015     Views: 5

Hi Rita,

I was also unable to find an electronic copy of the South Dakota Review through any of our databases, although it does look like we have the periodical in print, if you'd like to come to the library to use it. Another option could be to perhaps contact the University of South Dakota's I.D Weeks Library, it looks like they recieve the magazine, and perhaps they could scan the article, or somehow get you what you need digitally. Here is the email address for the archivist there: Sarah.Hanson@usd.edu and her phone number is 605-677-5249...she maybe able to get you access to the magazine, as they have the physical form of it. I can also give you the contact information for our Humanities and Fine Arts Librarian here and our Interlibrary Loan Coordinator, as they may be able to offer you more assistance. The Humanities Librarian is Katie Bishop: kbishop@unomaha.edu, 402-554-2992, and Mark Walters is the ILL Coordinator: mpwalters@unomaha.edu, 402-554-3209. They are both here Monday-Friday 8-5. 

If you have any other questions, please let us know! Have a good evening! 

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