Christa Cowen of Ancestry.com recently did a blog post on busting brick walls She outlines the steps (see insert above) and also provides a video explaining how to do this in an organized manner.
Hope you will take a moment to check it out.
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PERSI is THE master index for periodicals with over 2.5 million entries. Thousands of magazines, newsletters, journals, and other periodicals from the U.S., Canada, Britain, Ireland, and Australia are indexed here.
PERSI is maintained by the Allen County Public Library’s Genealogy Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana. They have the equivalent of 6 full-time staff who are dedicated to subject-indexing every issue of every known genealogy or historical periodical and even the tiniest society newsletter.PERSI is currently available at the FindMyPast website - but the good news is that you don't need a subscription to search the database. Yeah - I know - something for free.