More than a century of Seattle Times coverage is now available for viewing through the Seattle Public Library.

More than a century of Seattle Times coverage is now available for viewing through the Seattle Public Library.

The library now offers free access to digitized copies of The Times’ historical archives dating back to 1900. The entire archive is searchable and anyone with a library card can print out, magnify and digitally save an unlimited number of pages.

It’s all available for library members at www.spl.org, where they can find the archives by clicking on “Library Collection,” then “Databases & Web sites,” then “Magazines & Newspapers” and finally on “Seattle Times Historical Archives.”

NewsBank, the publisher of the archives, is still in the process of digitizing copies of all editions of The Times from 1896 to 1899. The archives are expected to be finished in January.