Discover manuscript and typescript letters, diaries, notebooks, journals, newspapers, art works, illustrations, photographs, video, and 360-degree objects. From the Gilder Lehrman Institute’s collection of American history. Trial ends June 15, 2015
From the New-York Historical Society collection. Pamphlets represent a genre of printed materials written by authors from an unusually large socio-economic range. Few Americans in the 19th century could afford to publish bound books; however, many more had the means to print pamphlets. As with broadsides and other ephemeral items, pamphlets are a hard-to-find class of primary source materials, rarely collected and catalogued. Trial ends June 20, 2015.
The Foreign Broadcast Information Service (run by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency from 1941-2004) monitored, translated, and republished selected foreign radio and television broadcasts, newspaper articles, government news agency releases, and political speeches. Coverage: 1941-1996. See also: World News Connection Archive, 1995-2013. Temporary 1-year access ends February 28, 2016.