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Video still, Krazy Kat and Ignatz Mouse at the circus, 916, Leon Searl, LoC.

A collection of early animated films useful for the study of early American animation. [...] »

Poster, Ringling Bros presenting Schuman's.., 1909, Strobridge Litho Co., NY Lib

Browse primary sources reflecting the performing arts of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. [...] »

Photograph, After a session of the House hearings.., July 1974, Fred J. Maroon.

View the many faces of President Nixon as captured by photographer Fred Maroon. [...] »

Oil painting, Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1851, Emanuel Leutze, The Met.

Presents 27 iconic works of art as examples for the use of art and primary sources in history classrooms. [...] »

Photo. Portrait of author Ernest Hemingway posing with sailfish. Flickr

You've read his words, but do you know who he was? Explore the man behind those epic stories. [...] »

Poster, Public school art, Sioux City Art Center, April 12 1939, LoC.

Showcases more than 900 Work Projects Administration (WPA) posters produced as part of the New Deal. [...] »

Serigraph, Nine Inch Nails, 1994, Frank Kozik, Smithsonian American Art Museum

Explore 20th century American poster art, from advertisements to patriotic propaganda. [...] »

logo for the Puerto Rico Encyclopedia project

Connect with your ELL students with this bilingual Puerto Rico Encyclopedia! [...] »

Photo, Crazy quilt, detail, Zenna Todd, September 27, 1978, Library of Congress

From the queer to the quite extraordinary—explore the art of quiltmaking in the Southern U.S. [...] »

Photo. Peace Lobbyist Jeanette Rankin, during the Neutrality Committee Hearing.

Explore California oral histories, or learn to conduct your own interviews. [...] »