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Cover, The Wild West Weekly: A Magazine Containing.., July 5, 1907, Old Scout,NY

Illustrations follow European interpretations of Native Americans, through images from popular culture, literary and political observations, and artistic representations. [...] »

Advertisement, Madam C.J. Walker--Preparations, January 17, 1920

Indiana educators, looking for visual primary sources? Search more than 38,000 photographs from the 19th century to the present. [...] »

Still, Merrie Melodies: Falling Hare, 1943, R. Clampett, Film Chest Vintage...

Reproduces a privately held collection of American ephemeral films produced between 1927 and 1987. [...] »

Image, The Edison Manufacturing Co. and Thomas A. Edison, Inc.

Early motion pictures, sound recordings, and related materials document Thomas Edison's impact on the history of American entertainment. [...] »

Print, [Back cover of Jackie Robinson comic book], c. 1951, Library of Congress

Learn about race in American sports history through the life of Jackie Robinson. [...] »

Poster, East Side Sadie, 1929, American Jewish Historical Society.

Explores the history of Jews in America from the 17th century to the present through essays, images, video presentations, and interactive timelines. [...] »

Image, Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University.

Although painful to view, racist memorabilia reminds us of past mindsets and ethics. [...] »

Sheet music,  The Rebel Girl, 1915, Written by Joe Hill, NYPL

Union strikes. Murder. Itinerant songwriting. The life of martyr Joe Hill could hardly have been more dramatic or mysterious. [...] »

Photo, Fidel Castro, president of Cuba..., 1960, Warren K. Leffler, LoC

Did you know that Kennedy considered softening the national platform on Cuba? [...] »

Arkansas farmers building a cooperative syrup mill on FSA. 1940

What role has art had in the depiction and reality of U.S. labor? [...] »