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The following databases are newly acquired.
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Publications from a+t architecture publishers, including ebooks and the a+t magazine.
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Full-page and article images from the Boston Globe. Currency of this historical access is updated periodically and covers 1872 up to 32 years of the current date.
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British Foreign Office files relating to Persia (Iran), Central Asia, Russia, and Afghanistan between 1834 and 1922. Sources include government documents, dispatches, correspondence, newspaper clippings, maps, and personal accounts between the British government and various governmental representatives including foreign ministers, diplomats, Shahs of Persia, Emirs of Afghanistan, military officials, and national governments.
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Full-page and article images from the Chicago Tribune. Currency of this historical access is updated periodically and covers 1849 up to 10 years of the current date.
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Documents of the Colonial Office of the British Government specific to British governance of 25 islands in the English-speaking Caribbean from 1624-1872. Includes census data, correspondence, legislative acts, medical and military reports, and maps. Documents relate to trade, law, piracy, plantation governance, enslavement and emancipation, crime, and estate ownership.
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Newspapers published throughout Latin America between 1822 and 1922.
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Search, analyze, manage, and map patents and scholarly research.
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Diaries, surveys, and other content collected from respondents in the United Kingdom by the Mass Observation Project at the University of Sussex. Library access includes Module II 1990’s, covering the Mad Cow epidemic, death of Princess Diana, and the General Election.
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Papers from think tanks, IGOs, NGOs, and research organizations around the world including papers from dissolved organizations.
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Page images of Rolling Stone from 1967 to present.
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Video, text, and datasets to teach researchers the fundamentals of data visualization and design.
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Introductory information about research methods and design.
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Personal collections, business records, photographs, and images digitized from various libraries and archives in the United States. Documents date from 1870-1920 and include the papers of Edith Wharton, Theodore Roosevelt, the Rockefellers, and several photograph collections and the Joseph Keppler Cartoon Collection. Themes covered include art, literature, business, industry, labor movement, philanthropy, politics and corruption, poverty, protests, labor movement, and urban development.
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