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Video image, MASC Audio Recordings.

From racism to civil rights movement music, listen to the memories of these eight individuals. [...] »

Photo, Count Basie (left) during a concert in Cologne (Germany)

Listen to jazz from the '20s and '40s while learning about music greats and hot spots. [...] »

Glass lantern slide, Girl in butterfly or flower costume, 1902, Flickr Commons

What can oral histories tell us about girlhood, adolescence, and more in the United States? [...] »

Photograph, Edison Concert Record: 8, 1898-1899, UC Santa Barbara Library.

Browse and listen to cylinder recordings, the first commercially produced sound recordings. [...] »

Photographic print, Walrus Tusks, 1931?, Lomen Bros., Library of Congress

Reducing the time you need to spend to create thought-provoking student documentaries on subjects including Chinese immigration and internment of Japanese Americans. [...] »

Homepage, DPLA

Search more than 4,500,000 primary sources from across the country from one website! [...] »

Graphic, Dismuke's Virtual Talking Machine

Swing to the beats of the early 1900s. [...] »

Screenshot, The Settlement of the American West, DocsTeach

Team up with the National Archives and Records Administration to bring primary sources into your classroom! [...] »

Letter. [Notes for electric telescope, 1880 Feb. 27]. LOC

Listen to the recordings of the creator of the microphone and gramophone player. [...] »

Photo, Fats Waller dresses for show at the London Palladium, 1938, Ed Kirkeby.

Meet legendary jazz pianist Fats Waller. Be at the forefront of musical history. [...] »

 
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