Full text access to recent issues of over 800 newspapers, news magazines, wire services, and news transcripts from around the world. Includes over 80 titles from newspaper publishing giant Gannet, including the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Louisville Courier-Journal, the Des Moines Register, the Detroit Free Press, and the Indianapolis Star. Trial ends May 30th.
The Library has two new new digital collections supporting the study of American popular culture. The first, titled The Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive, will, when complete, include complete runs of 26 American and British consumer and trade magazines, from their inception to the year 2000. Influential trade titles include Variety and Billboard. The second collection, titled American Popular Entertainment, is a project of the History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library, and will include entertainment industry newspapers and trade journals published between 1853 and 1929. The collection currently contains the Vaudeville News, the Player, and the New York Clipper, with the Dramatic Mirror soon-to-be-added.
Now available: New York Tribune, 1923-1962 (supplementing the already existing file covering 1841-1922); Newsday, 1940-1984; the Louisville Courier-Journal, 1830-1922; the Nashville Tennessean, 1812-1922; and the Arizona Republican, 1890-1922.
Digital collection of diaries, journals, official papers, letters, sketches, paintings, histories and literary works documenting the British presence in India.
Digital collection of English-language documents from London University's School of Oriental and African Studies, and from the British Library. Includes diaries, journals, correspondence, atlases, travel narratives, missionary periodicals, government documents, scrapbooks, and more.
Digital collection of pamphlets from the Charles W. Wason Collection at Cornell University Library. Covers the period 1750-1929.
Complete British Foreign Office Files dealing with China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, from 1949-1980.
Record series DO (Dominions Office) 133, DO 134, FO (Foreign Office) 371, and FCO (Foreign and Commonwealth Office) 37 from the British National Archives.
Record Series FCO (Foreign and Commonwealth Office) 7 and 82 from the British National Archives.
Digitized collection of archival material from the Browne Popular Culture Library (Bowling Green State University), the Bancroft Library (University of California, Berkeley), the British National Archives, the University of Sussex Library, and the Rock Source Archive.
Digital collection of travel narratives, manuscripts, personal papers, printed books, maps, city directories, store catalogs, newspapers, company records, and ephemera (e.g. trade cards, posters, photos, claim certificates, city prospectuses, and more) that document the American west in its frontier period.
Digital collection of manuscripts, pamphlets, books, paintings, and maps covering the period 1490 to 2007.
Digital collection of ephemera, pamphlets, college records, exam papers, commonplace books, diaries, periodicals, letters, ledgers, account books, pedagogical treatises, government documents, anatomy books, midwifery texts, manuscript journals, poetry, novels, ballads, drama, receipt books, literary manuscripts, travel writing, and conduct and advice literature.Comprises five sections: Conduct and Politeness, Domesticity and Family, Consumption and Leisure, Education and Sensibility, and The Body.
Over 230 manuscripts, authored by women, that document life in Early Modern England.
Digital collection of books, periodicals, pamphlets, and broadsides.
Letters, scrapbooks, autobiographies, notebooks and other materials from the American Jewish Historical Society in New York City.
Digitized collection of documents (diaries, correspondence, research files, drawings, lecture notes, publications, scrapbooks and manuscripts) from the Edward Sylvester Morse Collection in the Peabody Essex Museum's Phillips Library.
Over 270 newspapers and periodicals from across the British Empire, but mostly from Britain.
Thematically organized collections of books, newspapers, pamphlets, manuscripts, ephemera, maps, and statistics that document the global history of the 19th century. Currently, the database includes the following collections: Asia and the West: Diplomacy and Cultural Exchange; British Politics and Society; British Theatre, Music, and Literature: High and Popular Culture; and European Literature, 1790–1840: The Corvey Collection. More Information.
Diaries, letters, postcards, personal narratives, trench literature, maps, scrapbooks, albums, photographs, sketches, paintings, sheet music, cartoons, propaganda, and other ephemera documenting the First World War from a global perspective.
Digitized collection of business records, shipping manifests, correspondence, government reports, pamphlets, statistical records, maps, photographs, paintings, prints, advertising, and other artifacts, thematically arranged by the following commodities: chocolate, coffee, cotton, fur, opium, oil, porcelain, silver, spices, sugar, tea, timber, wheat, wine, and spirits.
Digital collection of British government documents, mostly from the Foreign Office, but also from the Colonial Office, the Dominions Office, and the War Office. "Confidential Prints" were diplomatic dispatches and related documents deemed sufficiently important to be printed and then circulated among government officials. The prints were grouped into series by geographical region, and then numbered consecutively, but after being transferred to the Public Records Office, the prints were organized according to the National Archives' system of provenance.
Rare books, maps, guidebooks, and ephemera that document street life in 19th and early 20th century London.
Digitized collection of world travel accounts by women from the early 19th century to the late 20th century. Comprises manuscripts, diaries, correspondence, drawings, guidebooks and photographs.
Digitized collection of manuscripts that document journeys by European travelers to the Holy Land, India, and China during the 13th through the 16th centuries.
Digitized collection of the only five major letter collections from 15th century England.
Complete minutes and memorandum of the cabinet of British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan, 1957-1963.- More News -