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As I have said before, it is out there, but you'll have to use your conscience to as a guide to whether or not obtaining such an archive is legal, moral, and/or ethical. The Internet Archive received a voluntary contribution to the public domain by 73 magazine publisher, Wayne Green W2NSD.
Magazine articles were scanned, quality corrected, and index by an army of individuals, and collected together for Internet Archive by Jason Scott of was started by internet pioneer Brewster Kahle in 1996, with the goal of archiving internet history.
One would have to get the permission of every author who had written for 73 Magazine in order to make a CD-ROM collection available.
Wayne sold 73 a couple times which further complicates the matter.
It was known for its strong emphasis on technical articles and for the lengthy editorials in each issue by its founder and publisher, Wayne Green (W2NSD).
Prior to beginning his own publications, Wayne Green started an amateur radio teletype newsletter.
(ref) However, many authors have said they are okay with having their articles reprinted as long as its at no charge.You can also purchase a bibliography computer program called "From Beverages Thru OSCAR," published by Didah Publishing.By entering a key word in the article description, you can search for articles on nearly every subject and locate the issue you need.While the resulting "Wayback Machine" is one of their best known projects, the Archive also engages in curated projects, such as the recent archive of all TV coverage on 9/11/01 at september11.The 73 Magazine Collection on the Internet Archive can be found here: Concerning a searchable master index of articles.