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Photograph, Nature is Stingy with tooth enamel, 1937, Pepsodent Company, Woman's

Provides more than 600 health-related newspaper and magazine advertisements from 1910 to 1960. [...] »

Burke Brise Soleil, Milwaukee Art Museum

Teaching Milwaukee state history, or looking to make a connection between art and social studies? Peruse more than 20,000 works of art in these online exhibitions. [...] »

Locomotive 1066 East of Springfield, Missouri

Missouri teachers looking for primary sources, look no further. Explore this portal for resources from libraries, universities, archives, and heritage sites throughout the state. [...] »

Graph, Toward a New Generation of..., 2007, S. Althaus and D. Tewksbury, ANES.

Search data from surveys of the American electorate conducted in presidential and congressional election years from 1948 to 2006. [...] »

Watercolor, USS Providence, 1965, Arthur Beaumont, U.S. Navy Art Collection.

Teach U.S. Navy history using photographs, paintings, documents, oral histories, historical overviews, and more. [...] »

Photograph, Road grading in the quarry area, Sept. 1936. NARA.

Does the present global economic crisis compare to the Great Depression? Investigate more than 20,000 objects, documents, lesson plans, and images about the New Deal and decide. [...] »

Color slide, Photographic Slide from Hartford..., March 22-24, 1939, LoC.

Learn about the New Deal through the Federal Theatre Project, designed to employ actors during the Great Depression. [...] »

Drawing, Two well-dressed girls accompanied..., Catharine H. Tuttle, 1830s-60s.

Examines 19th-century children in America: what they read, what was written about them, and what was written for them. [...] »

Illustrated cover, A china heart, 1899, Maribel Seymore, CA Sheet Music Project.

Scanned images from more than 2,700 pieces of sheet music provide insight into life in 1852–1900 California. [...] »

Color print, The Spirit of America: Join, 1919, Howard Chandler Christy...

How did World War I effect the lives of the everyday North Carolinian? [...] »

 
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