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Portrays the states of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin from the seventeenth to the early twentieth century through first-person accounts, biographies, promotional literature, local histories, ethnographic and antiquarian texts, colonial archival documents, and other works drawn from the Library of Congress.
26 volumes of records (also known as Manuscript Codex 1028) gathered for an investigation of Chicago crime, focusing on prostitution and the illegal sale of alcohol. Notes are from on-scene investigations, summaries of court records and newspaper clippings.
University of Chicago Photograph Archive
American Environmental Photographs, 1891-1936
A Century of Progress: The 1933-34 World's Fair
Cervantes: Text and Image
Chopin Early Editions
Enrico Fermi and the Nuclear Chain Reaction
The First American West: The Ohio River Valley, 1750-1820
Goodspeed Manuscript Collection
Italian Women Writers
Philip M. Klutznick: Community Builder, Jewish and Civic Leader, Diplomat
Middle Eastern Posters
Rose & Chess: Le Roman de la Rose & Le
Jeu des échecs moralisé
Soviet Posters: The Dr. Harry Bakwin and Dr. Ruth Morris Bakwin Soviet Posters Collection
The Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae Digital Collection
University of Chicago Centennial Exhibitions
A wide range of digital collections, many relating to Indiana history, but also British and Irish history, Muslim American history, the Turner movement, and the records of the Organization of American Historians.
A collaborative project involving 52 Michigan libraries that includes local history materials from communities around the state. Michigan's unique heritage is represented through over 4,500 different subjects of photographs, family papers, oral histories, genealogical materials, and much more.