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Glass plate, Arab commission to the Paris Peace. . . , 1919, Marist College

This site offers a grab bag of digital history exhibits. Definitely worth perusal. [...] »

Photograph, The Connecticut Historical Society.

Explore the political and sociocultural history of Connecticut. [...] »

Photo, Portrait of Martha Graham and Bertram Ross, faces..., June 27 1961, LoC.

View the mid-20th-century art scene through the photographs of music and dance critic Carl Vechten. [...] »

Daguerreotype, William Cassiday Cattell, holding large Bible, 1848-1860, LoC.

Examples of early photographs preserve the likenesses of cities, famous figures, and other subjects. [...] »

Print, Panorama From Point Sublime, 1882, J. Bien, David Rumsey Historical Maps

More than 15,800 rare historical maps focus on North and South America. [...] »

Postcard, Charity Postcard of Irvin Malzi, 1910, Robert Bogdan Collection.

Explore the experiences of those with disabilities through documents and images dating from the 18th century to the present. [...] »

Photo, Dox Thrash Signing an Impression..., June 26 1941, J. Rolland, FWA:WPA.

View depictions of African American life by artist Dox Thrash. [...] »

Photo, Seven Non-Native Men...

How did newspaper illustration shape stereotypes (and our understanding) of the "Wild West"? [...] »

Graphic. Encyclopedia Britannica: 1911

Find out what people thought of everything from ablation to vinegar in 1911. [...] »

Lithograph, Moosehead Lake, 1840-1880, Currier & Ives.

Documents the birth of the conservation movement through published works, manuscripts, images, and motion picture footage. [...] »

 
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