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Periodicals 1878 – 1944 Collection

The collection consists of nearly 400 units of periodicals. They are an irreplaceable and important source of information reflecting the past historical events.
The collection includes odd numbers and issues of separate years of the big and main political, scientific, informative and literary – artistic editions published in the Principality and in the Kingdom of Bulgaria.
The printed publications of the bourgeois parties and organizations – the newspapers “Balgarski Glas” (Bulgarian Voice), “Svoboda”(Freedom),  “Bulgaria”, “Mir” (Peace), “Zname” (Banner), “Pryaporets”, “Svobodno Slovo”, “Zemedelsko Zname”, “Slovo”, “Demokraticheski Sgovor”, magazines “Otets Paisiy”, etc. being among them.
The scientific, literary and critique issues are represented by Periodical Magazine of the Bulgarian Literary Society, Misal (Thought) magazine, Novo Vreme (New Time) magazine,  Letopisi (Chroicle) magazine,  Vezni (Scales) magazine, Izkustvo I Kritika (Art and Critique) magazine, Magazine of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Collection of National Written Works magazine, Makedonski Pregled (Macedonian Review) magazine, Zlatorog magazine, and others.
Magazines devoted to the Bulgarian theatre and art, illustrated editions, commemorative sheets, military issues, newspapers and magazines for children, the so- called yellow press – a part of which are the Naroden Teatar (People’s Theatre) newspaper, Balgarski Artist (Bulgarian Actor) magazine, Izkustvo I Kritika (Art and Critique) magazine, Hudozhnik (Artist) magazine, Muzikalen Zhivot (Musical Life) magazine, as well as the Ilyustrovana Sedmitsa (Illustrated Week) newspaper, Voenni Izvestiya (Military Proceedings) newspaper, Detski Svyat (Children’s World) magazine, Pchelitsa magazine, Utro (Morning) magazine, Dnevnik (Diary) newspaper, Zora (Dawn) newspaper enrich the collection.    
The collection preserves issues of the Darzhaven Vestnik newspaper from the 1930s and 1940s.
The collection is being completed since 1975.