The archives of The Hudson Review are located at the Princeton University Library. Manuscripts, typescripts, correspondence, and other papers related to the history of the magazine, and its founding editor Frederick Morgan (1922–2004), are available for research use at the library. In addition to author and issue files from 1941–2006, the archives contain nine boxes of material from Ezra Pound’s affiliation with the magazine.
Volumes I–LXII are available digitally through institutions participating in JSTOR’s Arts & Sciences V collection.
Full-text electronic versions of Volume LXIV through the current volume are available through ProQuest, EBSCO, and H. W. Wilson.
Issues from the office archive can be ordered via this website or by calling the Hudson Review office; some issues are no longer available.