The library has the complete archive of the New Yorker from 1925 to April 2006. It is available on the research computer in the library reading room. Just click on the icon to see the table of contents listing or to search. You'll then be prompted to insert the correct DVD-ROM, which you can check out from the circulation desk in the main library.
The pages are PDFs, so you'll see every cartoon and advertisement, not just the text. You can print to the attached printer, or use the print function to save as a PDF to take with you on a flash drive.
We have more recent issues available full-text in several databases (search our journal list for details), but only the articles are indexed, so you won't get the other images.