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The American Libraries collection includes material contributed from across the United States. Institutions range from the Library of Congress to many local public libraries. As a whole, this collection of material brings holdings that cover many facets of American life and scholarship into the public domain. Significant portions of this collection have been generously sponsored by Microsoft, Yahoo!, The Sloan Foundation, and others.


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Official State Codes
2018 State of Georgia
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This item contains the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (2018) as transcribed into XML by external sources. Note that this current version does not include the annotations, but we hope to add them in the near future as well as HTML transformations of the XML. We have made available .rtf and Open Document files containing the full annotated code. To read the scans of the printed volumes of the current code, search for subject:"2018 OCGA"
Topics: 2018 OCGA, Official Code of Georgia Annotated
Official State Codes
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This item contains the Official Code of Mississippi (2018) as transcribed into XML. Note that this current version does not include the annotations, but we hope to add them in the near future as well as HTML transformations of the XML.
Military Industrial Powerpoint Complex
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1,272
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681,427
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2016 United States Military
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This collection was a special project originally done as part of the Internet Archive's 20th Anniversary celebration on October 26, 2016 highlighting IA's web archive. The collection consists of all the Powerpoint files (57,489) from the .mil web domain that were crawled from the public web (with no special login or credentials) by the Internet Archive and partners from 1996-2017. The original release in October 2016 featured 48,110 Powerpoint files. Another 9,379 unique new Powerpoint files,...
Topics: military, industry, powerpoint, complex
Carnerie Aircraft
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3
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8,219
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Oct 15, 1952
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A private collection of aircraft manufacturing and related materials, from Patrick Carnerie
Topic: carnerie aircraft aerospace manufacturing
Newman Numismatic Portal
1931 American Numismatic Association
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The Numismatist, 1931.
Topic: Numismatics
Ted Nelson Archive
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Attack on Project Xanadu by Gory Jackal (Gary Wolf).
Topic: xanadu
Ohio State University Library
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1,212
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998,724
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The Ohio State University Libraries contributes public domain texts from its Reformatting Program to the Internet Archive. Texts are selected by the OSU Libraries Collection Managers, in consultation with the Preservation and Reformatting Department. Titles are drawn from all subject areas of the Libraries' collections. Texts no longer in copyright are available to all through the Internet Archive, and will be deposited to HathiTrust.
Topic: ohio state
Loyola / Notre Dame Library
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1,671
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59,624
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Loyola / Notre Dame Library was founded in 1968 to serve the academic populations of Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University. The Archives & Special Collections contains over 2,500 linear feet of records reflecting the institutional histories of both universities and includes photographs, publications,, architectural drawings, ephemera, memorabilia, scrapbooks, and administrative records. In addition, the Archives & Special Collections contains a small but...
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The César E. Chávez Branch Library , formerly the Latin American Library Branch, was founded in 1966. It was one of the first public libraries in the United States to offer services and materials in Spanish, and was the first branch library exclusively dedicated to the Spanish-speaking community in the United States. The branch opened at its current site in the Fruitvale Transit Village in February 2004. The César E. Chávez Branch is fully bilingual offering information services and...
San Francisco Theological Seminary Archives
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12
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684
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Moore County Historical Association
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24
ITEMS
338
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A collection of materials from the Moore County Historical Association in North Carolina.
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This collection contains items from the NYU medical archives, a division of the NYU Health Sciences Library. The Archives preserves institutional records of the NYU Langone Medical Center and the NYU School of Medicine as well as papers of distinguished NYU faculty and alumni.
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Whitko Community Digital Image Project
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42
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7,931
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The Whitko Community Digital Image Project consists of books and other items from the five townships comprising the Whitko area in northeastern Indiana. This district includes Cleveland and Richland Townships in Whitley County and Washington, Monroe, and Jackson Townships in Kosciusko County. Towns and villages in the community are Collamer, Kinsey, Larwill, Luther, Packerton, Pierceton, Sidney, South Whitley, and Wooster.
The Trustees of Reservations
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212
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25,084
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Books contributed by The Trustees of Reservations .
Southern Folklife Collection
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21
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44,838
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Materials relating to, or originating from the Southern Folklife Collection at Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Ted Nelson Archive: Audio Artifacts
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3
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235
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Recordings and Audio from various presentations and items by Ted Nelson.
Victorian Alliance of San Francisco
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40
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4,980
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Programs from the Victorian Alliance house tours.
Western Friend
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599
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25,234
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Founded in 1929 by independent liberal Friends (Quakers) throughout the western United States, Western Friend (previously Friends Bulletin) has published a newsletter or magazine continually since its founding. Volumes from 1929 through 2008 are contained in this Internet Archive collection. More recent volumes are published on the Western Friend website.
Matthew Marks Gallery
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26
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14,686
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Millsaps College, Millsaps-Wilson Library
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387
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336,285
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Millsaps College is a private, liberal arts college located in Jackson, Mississippi, founded in 1890 and affiliated with the United Methodist Church. This digital collection exhibits the history of the college through student and alumni publications and course catalogs. All material is from the collection of Millsaps-Wilson Library. These works reflect the time of their creation and as such provide historical and cultural information. They may contain content that is no longer representative of...
Southwest Railway Library
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0
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Cathedral City Historical Society
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0
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0
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Clatsop County Genealogical Society
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0
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32
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The purpose of the Clatsop County Historical Society is to aid individuals to begin, develop and improve genealogical pursuits.
Oak Lawn Independent
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88
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59,906
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Material in this collection has been provided by the Oak Lawn Public Library Local History Unit.
Los Gatos Library
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0
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0
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Payne AME Church
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65
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35,999
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Payne AME Church details the spiritual, moral, social, and civic affairs of African Methodist Episcopalism, founded by Rev. Richard Allen in 1816, the oldest and largest Christian Church denomination composed chiefly of persons of African descent.
Town of Westford
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58
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11,329
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Books contributed by the Town of Westford .
Church and Religious Body Histories
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1,102
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860,292
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Church and Religious Body Histories relating to Religion in North Carolina.
The Telegraph Hill Semaphore 1956–present
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228
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1,737
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News about Telegraph Hill published by the Telegraph Hill Dwellers and mailed to its members. Began as the Telegraph Hill Bulletin in 1956 , it became the Telegraph Hill Semaphore in 1967, and now is called The Semaphore . It is still being published quarterly.
Toledo Lucas County Public Library
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98
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8,152
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The Toledo Lucas County Public Library contributes public domain texts, and those works for which permission has been secured, to the Internet Archive. The subject matter of contributed works relates to the history and architecture of the city of Toledo, Lucas County, and Northwest Ohio.
Topics: Toledo (Ohio)-History, Lucas County (Ohio)-History, Toledo (Ohio)--Pictorial works, East Toledo...
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THE JACK, JOSEPH AND MORTON MANDEL CENTER  FOR ADVANCED HOLOCAUST STUDIES of the United  States Holocaust Memorial Museum promotes the growth of the field  of Holocaust studies, including the dissemination of scholarly output in  the field. It also strives to facilitate the training of future generations of  scholars specializing in the Holocaust. Under the guidance of the Academic Committee of the United States  Holocaust Memorial Council,...
NYARC - New York Art Resources Consortium
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4,569
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1.5M
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The New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) consists of the research libraries of three leading art museums in New York City: The Brooklyn Museum, The Frick Collection, and The Museum of Modern Art. With funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, NYARC was formed in 2006 to facilitate collaboration that results in enhanced resources to research communities. NYARC provides a framework to advance a series of programmatic services, with a potential for transforming the environments in which...
Topic: art
South Suburban College
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66
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57,812
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The South Suburban College Library is proud to share the college's yearbooks with the community. These materials reflect the history, community involvement the progress and the excellent education the college has provided to the residents and non-residents of the area. These documents will be a true nostalgic journey down memory lane for many who have been associated with the college's history.
The Instructor
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187,918
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The Instructor was originally published as JUVENILE INSTRUCTOR , from 1866 to 1929. At first a children's magazine, it became the official publication of the SUNDAY SCHOOL of the Church in January 1901. As its pages gradually filled with articles on teaching methods and gospel subjects to be used by the several Church AUXILIARY ORGANIZATIONS, especially the Sunday School, its name was changed to The Instructor in November 1929, better to reflect its content. The Presidents of the Church were...
Payne Theological Seminary
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131
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45,566
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Payne Theological Seminary is one of the oldest Black seminaries primarily concerned with the training of men and women for the ministry. Payne Theological Seminary, founded by the African Methodist Episcopal Church in 1894, is dedicated to the preparation of African American and other leaders for ministry in the traditions of liberation, reconciliation, social justice, and the dignity of all humankind. Its origin can be traced to the Ohio Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church,...
Mondo 2000 History Project
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24
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Welcome to the MONDO 2000 History Project archives. MONDO 2000 was the legendary “cyberculture” magazine that became a popular tech/counterculture flagship during the 1990s. The two main personages associated with MONDO 2000 were Ken Goffman aka R.U. Sirius and Alison Kennedy aka Queen Mu, although thousands — including several who were indispensible — participated in both the magazine and the cultural scene that surrounded it. Operating out of the San Francisco Bay Area, MONDO 2000’s...
Concord Free Public Library
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522
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Books contributed by Concord Free Public Library .
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Books, pamphlets, government publications, and media on the history of addiction treatment in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Oberlin College - Annual Reports
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87
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8,258
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This collection includes reports by the president and treasurer of Oberlin College, as well as various other officers (e.g. deans, librarian, etc.).
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
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The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City is recognized nationally and internationally as one of America's finest art museums. The Nelson-Atkins serves the community by providing access and insight into its renowned collection of more than 33,500 art objects and is best known for its Asian art, European and American paintings, photography, modern sculpture, and new American Indian and Egyptian galleries. Housing a major art research library and the Ford Learning Center, the Museum is a key...
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The Loyola University Chicago Archives and Special Collections is home to records, photographs, oral histories, and publications documenting Loyola's one hundred forty year history in Chicago as well as the libraries' rare book collection and other collections. This collection features items focusing on Illinois history and culture.
Topic: Loyola University Chicago Archives and Special Collections
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The Guardian, vol. 3 (partial) to vol. 4, 1909-1911 The Guardian (2nd series), vol. 1, (1924); title changed to The Diocese of Northern Indiana, irregular numbering, 1926-1931 Forward in the Diocese of Northern Indiana, 1936-1938 The Church News, 1938 The Pastoral Staff, irregular numbering, 1938-1945 The Bishop's Letter, 1945 The Beacon, irregular numbering, 1945-1998, with supplements
Wildlife Conservation Society
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85
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52,465
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The Wildlife Conservation Society Archives  documents WCS’s long history of saving wildlife and wild places. To carry out this mission, the Archives collects, identifies, and preserves records created throughout the history of WCS, begun in 1895 as the New York Zoological Society. The collections held by the WCS Archives reflect the Society’s robust record of activities, which includes running the Bronx Zoo, the New York Aquarium, and the Central Park, Prospect Park, and Queens Zoos....
Upland Public Library
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134
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1,197
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Our local history collection at  Upland Public Library contains a vast array of non-circulating materials that show the rich history of Upland and the surrounding communities. We have records dating back to the late 1800s, when the city of Upland was known as North Ontario or Magnolia; the city of Upland was later incorporated in 1906. Some of the rich materials included in our collection are photographs, newspapers and magazines, oral histories, school yearbooks, and local business...
Town of Lancaster
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4
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1,519
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Books contributed by town of Lancaster .
Women's Museum of California
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50
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680
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Founded in 1983, the Women's Museum of California is one of five women's museums in the United States.  The museum's mission is to educate and inspire current and future generations about the experiences and contributions of women by collecting, preserving, and interpreting the documentary and visual evidence of those experiences.  The museum aims to provide the community a broad collection of reference materials that document women’s history and the female experience....
sangamonvalleycollection
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902
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This is the collection page for the Sangamon Valley Collection, Lincoln Library
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This collection includes photos related to Saint Joseph's College, Rensselaer, Indiana.
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The San Joaquin County Historical Society preserves and interprets the county's history. The Historical Society provides educational experiences that showcase the county's traditions of ingenuity, innovation, and invention -- with emphasis on San Joaquin county's singular contributions in agriculture -- to promote community pride, continued learning, and an appreciation of regional history among county residents and visitors. The San Joaquin County Historical Society accomplishes its mission on...
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The Felician Sisters Enfield, CT in June of 2019 had the yearbooks digitized for your enjoyment. For those graduates that lost their yearbooks and in memory of the sisters that taught at the Academy and as part of its efforts to preserve Our Lady of the Angels Academy yearbooks for future generations. For more than four decades, girls had a secondary school options and many opted to attend Our Lady of Angels Academy at 1315 Enfield St. Founded in 1944 by the Felician Sisters, the school was...
Redwood Library
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41
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8,501
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The Redwood Library and Athenaeum is one of the first lending libraries in America, housed in the oldest lending library building in the country. Founded in 1747 by forty-six proprietors upon the principle of "having nothing in view but the good of mankind," its mission continues over 265 years later. The Library's core collections include the original collection of 1522 volumes gathered by the first proprietors and printed materials related to the history of Newport and Aquidneck...
Computer History Museum
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165
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5,901
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The mission of the Computer History Museum is to preserve and present for posterity the artifacts and stories of the information age. As such, the Museum plays a unique role in the history of the computing revolution and its worldwide impact on the human experience. The Computer History Museum was formally established as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in 1999. The Museum is dedicated to the preservation and celebration of computing history. We are home to one of the largest international...
Topic: californiarevealed
Vermont Life Magazine
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285
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17,853
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Vermont Life magazine was a quarterly magazine, published by the State of Vermont, covering Vermont’s "people, places and culture." The state-owned magazine was founded in 1946 and ceased publication in the summer of 2018. Vermont Life was digitized from originals held by the State of Vermont, Middlebury College Special Collections, and the Dorothy Alling Memorial Library with funding support from the following: Davis Family Foundation, Middlebury College Friends of the Library,...
Topics: Vermont Life, magazine
The Park School of Baltimore
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0
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347
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Yearbooks.
Stoneham Public Library
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167
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58,017
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Books contributed by Stoneham Public Library .
Ferndale Museum
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4
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293
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The purpose of the Ferndale Museum , as an historical and educational museum, is to foster an appreciation and understanding of the culture and heritage of Ferndale, the lower Eel River Valley and the area as far south as the Mattole River Valley. The objectives are to be achieved through the collection, preservation and display of artifacts that pertain to or were used by the residents of the area. The museum will conduct research and publish material of historic nature for the education and...
Topic: californiarevealed
West Bridgewater Public Library
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121
ITEMS
114,311
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Books contributed by the West Bridgewater Public Library
Swarthmore College Library
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158
ITEMS
174,289
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The first Swarthmore College annual was published in 1883 by the Eunomian Literary Society. Aptly named “The Eunomian,” the volume contained 112 pages of poetry, silly prose, lists of classes, teams, clubs, results of sporting events, statistics, and a history of the Class of 1883. It also included 28 additional pages of advertisements which contributed to a substantial profit the first year. The second attempt in putting out a yearbook was postponed until 1887, when The Halcyon was...
US National Library of Medicine
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25,667
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4.6M
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The National Library of Medicine (NLM), in Bethesda, Maryland, is a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Since its founding in 1836, NLM has played a pivotal role in translating biomedical research into practice. It is the world's largest biomedical library and the developer of electronic information services that deliver trillions of bytes of data to millions of users every day. Scientists, health professionals, and the public in...
Webmaster Magazine
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16
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108
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Webmaster magazine, published by International Data Group. www.mcgovern.org/webmaster
Yeshiva University Libraries
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222
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365,261
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Yeshiva University brings together the heritage of Western civilization and the ancient traditions of Jewish law and life. Founded in 1886, it is ranked among the nation’s leading academic research institutions, with undergraduate and graduate students at four New York City campuses. Collections and information services offered by the Library System support education and enhance research at the University and beyond. This collection features yearbooks from Yeshiva College for Men (Masmid) and...
Marion Stokes Radix Papers
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Topic: Marion Stokes
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This collection includes items pertaining to the Missionaries of the Precious Blood as they relate to St. Joseph's College, Rensselaer, Indiana.
Wartburg Trumpet
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2,023
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25,719
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The Wartburg Trumpet is a student run newspaper providing news, sports, opinions, features and other information for the Wartburg College campus. The Trumpet began publication in October 1935 and continues to be published throughout the academic year.
Monterey Peninsula College
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0
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1
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Pennsylvania County History Scrapbooks
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107
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10,216
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A 94 volume collection of Pennsylvania county histories in scrapbook format. Each scrapbook contains newspaper clippings from the 1800's that describe historical events of the founding and growth of each county.
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The USC Libraries Special Collections Department provides access to and preserves archival, historic, and primary source materials in its main areas of strength: Los Angeles regional history; American literature; Lion Feuchtwanger and the German émigré experience; natural history; Iberian, Latin American, and U.S. Hispanics studies, and USC history and the university’s intellectual life. Our quarters provide an area where students, faculty, and their classes may pursue intellectual exchange...
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University of Louisiana at Lafayette
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96
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The yearbook, L'Acadien, has been published almost every year since 1912.
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This selection of College of Nursing publications are from the collection of the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) University Archives. These items document campus life, academics, curriculum, and student activities at MUSC, and in particular the College of Nursing, from 1946-1970. MEDICA is the digital library of the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. MEDICA promotes open access to scholarly information, while increasing access to rare and one-of-a-kind historical...
Placer County Museums Division
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The Placer County Museums Division manages seven museums and maintains an Archive and Collection Center with a public reading room available for researchers. Archival and museum collections have been accumulated by this facility since 1948 and includes privately donated collections as well as official government records dating back to the establishment of Placer County in 1851. Our mission is to collect, preserve, interpret, and share the history of Placer County and its significant...
UF Family Search
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2M
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A collection of materials selected for the Family Search Library, from the George A. Smathers Library collections.
Muhlenberg College, Trexler Library
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504
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163,196
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Founded in 1848, Muhlenberg College is a highly selective, private, four-year liberal arts college located in eastern Pennsylvania. This collection contains materials selected from the Muhlenberg College Archives, and Special Collections . Contributions to the Internet Archive begin with the college's student newspaper. This newspaper digitization project was made possible through a generous donation from the Muhlenberg College Alumni Trust Fund.
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This collection includes historical Georgia codes beginning with the 1799 Watkins Digest of Statutes through the 1933 code. For the library's website, please go to http://www.law.uga.edu/law-library
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This collection includes student newspapers of Saint Joseph's College, Rensselaer, Indiana. To narrow down your search, select a specific year on the left-hand side under "Topics & Subjects."