"In preparation for the bicentennial of Olmsted’s 1822 birth, the Library of Congress has made 24,000 documents providing details of Olmsted’s life available online.... The collection includes journals, personal correspondence, project proposals and other documents that offer an intimate picture of Olmsted’s private life and work. The collection is linked to an interactive map at Olmsted Online showing all Olmsted projects in the United States."
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Editor's Subject: AAA-Hilton strike situation
Author's Subject: AAA-Hilton strike situation
Date Written: 19 Oct 2004
Date Posted: Fri, 21 Oct 2004 11:41:51 -0400
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Editor's Subject: Men who worked on Capitol in 1795
Author's Subject: Men who worked on Capitol in 1795
Date Written: Mon, 7 Feb 2000 15:20:25 EST
Date Posted: Wed, 08 Feb 2000 13:59:06 -0500
As a result of a collaboration between the California Office of Legislative Counsel and librarians at the University of California, Stanford University and the California State Library, nearly 4,000 California Assembly and Senate publications are now online and have been opened for reading access to everyone worldwide. They are available in the HathiTrust Digital Library as a featured collection, as well as individually in Google Books.
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Editor's Subject: Sex in Second World War Britain
Author's Subject: Sex in Second World War Britain
Date Written: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 11:29:03 -0000
Date Posted: Mon, 10 Feb 2008 06:29:03 -0500
An associate Professor at Clarkson University, Jason Schmitt, has posted a blog post entitled "Paywall: Why For-Profit Academic Publishers Are Laughing All the Way to the Bank."
The blog discusses a documentary he has made with the same title. Below is a quotation from the blog post and a link to the post.
We are excited to share the following message from our colleagues at The Maoist Legacy Project -- their digital archive is now available!
"Google has teamed up with The Obsidian Collection to digitize the archives of black newspapers.
The Obsidian Collection serves as an archive of several black newspapers, including The Chicago Defender and the Baltimore Afro American. The Collection now has a new, lofty goal: to digitize every article and photograph in its collection.