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|Gerritsen Collection of Women's History, 1543-1945||"Possibly the greatest single source for the study of international women's history and the feminist movement." 4,500 book titles and periodical runs, about half are in English. Guide provides broad category and name access. Records also accessible through IRIS.|
|Social Welfare Periodicals: sources for history of social welfare in America||1. National Conference on Social Welfare. Social Welfare Forum. Offical proceedings, 1874-1969 -- 2. Child labor bulletin, 1912-1919, superceded by American child, 1919-1955 -- 3. Lend a hand, 1886-1897 -- 4. Charities review, 1891-1901 -- 5. Survey, 1897-1952, which includes Charities, Charities...|
|Carter, James Earl Jr., Gov. 1971-1975: [articles from the Atlanta constitution and the Atlanta journal, Oct. 22, 1962-Mar. 26, 1976]||Articles from the Atlanta Constitution and the Atlanta Journal describing James Earl Carter's political career from 1962 to 1976.|
|Early British Periodicals (EBP)||Consists of more than 160 periodicals dealing with literature, philosophy, history, science, and fine arts, and the social sciences which were published primarily in the 18th and 19th centuries.|
|Free China Journal (1985-1999)/Taipei Journal (2000-Jan. 17, 2003)/Taiwan Journal (Jan. 24, 2003+)||Continues Free China Weekly.|
|Women's History Research Center. Women's Law Library. Women and Law||Divided into sections, the series contains clippings, through the early 1970s, from alternative and mainstream newspapers, magazines and pamphlets concerning women's rights. Section 1. Law/general -- Section 1A. Law/general (suppl.) -- Section 2. Politics -- Section 3. Employment -- Section 4...|
|English Literary Periodicals 1681-1900||Includes most English periodicals published until 1800, while focusing primarily on literary periodicals for the years 1800-1900.|
|Early American Newspapers (1704-1820).||Individual titles cataloged separately.|
|Civil War Letters 1861-1865, Copied from the Fredonia censor||Letters sent to the Fredonian describing army life during the civil war.|
|New Jersey Historical Society's Civil War newspapers [N.J. Archives, historical publication: Civil War: newspapers]||Microfilms contain the New Jersey Historical Society's collection of New Jersey newspapers issued during the Civil War period. Indexes are computer printouts - volume 1 is in reel number order (which is also chronological); volumes 2 & 3 are sorted by municipality.|
|Evening News Newark (Paper) Feb. 13, 1929||N/A|
|Temperance & Prohibition Papers||N/A|
|College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Transactions and studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia||Not available.|
|History of Women||Pamphlets, periodicals, manuscripts and photographs dating from 1799 to 1920 concerned with women. Some foreign language items. Analytic cataloging available in Microforms room.|
|Social and political status of women in Britain||Periodicals from the collection of the Newspaper Library of the British Library. Series 1, pt. 1. Radical and reforming periodicals for and by women (reels 1-17) -- series 1, pt. 2. Rare political, reforming and professional journals for and by women, 1858-1935 (reels 18-38) -- series 1, pt. 3....|
|Radical Periodicals in the United States 1890-1960, Series I and II.||Radical Periodicals in the United States, 1890-1950: with a genealogical chart and concise lexicon of the parties and groups which issued them, a bibliography with brief notes. Z7164.S67G57 1977|
|Herstory: Women's History Collection 1956-1974||Records the growth of the women's movement in the late 1960s (sixties) and early 1970s (seventies). Newspapers, journals and newsletters by and about women and women's organizations, from the International Woman's History Archives, Berkeley, California.|
|Latin American Anarchist and labour periodicals, 1880-1940||Reproduces the IISH collection of periodicals from the formative period of Latin American labour movements and anarchist groups (1890-1920). The Austrian anarchist, historian and collector, Max Nettlau (1865-1944), amassed the most significant segments of the collection.|
|Major film periodicals for media research||Ser.1. Film daily and predecessors. pt. 1. 1915-1927, pt. 2. 1928-1937, pt. 3. 1938-1948, pt. 4. 1949-1959, pt. 5, 1960 -- Ser. 2. Film daily yearbook and predecessors.|
|Black Literature, 1827-1940||The guide is an index to thousands of various fiction pieces, poems, book reviews, and literary notices, published in black periodicals between 1827 & 1940.|
|American Periodical Series, (APS I, II, III)||These three series reproduce over 1100 periodicals of the 18th and 19th century. Available full-text online via the Indexes and Database page. - Now available as American Periodicals Series Online 1740-1900 at http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/cms/indexes/descriptions/american_periodicals|
|Popular Newspapers during World War II||This microfilm publication makes available complete runs of The Daily Express, The Daily Mirror, The News of the World, The People, and The Sunday Express.|