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Photo, The Regional Archives in San Francisco, NARA Pacific Region

Delve into more than 85 million records related to U.S. history. [...] »

Canadia Pacific Ad. 1950s.  Ad Flip

Nostalgic for X-ray glasses advertisements? [...] »

Multimedia, AIDS in NYC, June 3, 2001, The New York Times et al.

New York Times articles from 1981 to 2001 follow the development of the AIDS epidemic. [...] »

Photo, Chief Jake of Killisnoo aroused, c. 1896-1920, Alaska State Library

View images related to Alaskan statehood and Native Americans. [...] »

Image, Alcohol, Temperance & Prohibition, Brown University Library Center...

More than 1,800 primary sources provide a window into the Temperance Movement and Prohibition. [...] »

Photo, Anne and her husband with Helen Keller, c. 1905, AFB

When teaching about Helen Keller, why leave out her friend and educator Anne Sullivan Macy? [...] »

Cartoon, Liquor Octopus, January 4, 1919, Russell Henderson, Anti-Saloon League.

Printed materials preserve the public campaigns of the Anti-Saloon League from 1893 to 1933. [...] »

Photo, Main Building-France, 1876, Centennial Photo Co., Free Library of Phil.

Primary sources from Philadelphia's 1876 Centennial Exhibition provide a view of the U.S.'s industrial development. [...] »

Transparency, Carpenter at work. . . , 1942, Alfred T. Palmer, Flickr Commons

Begin your study of working class and labor history with this website. [...] »

Map. Bounds of area from which data for Detroit were collected

How many hospital beds did New Orleans have in 1960? Was it able to accommodate the poor and sick? [...] »

 
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