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Craig Manson

Online Exhibitions and Digital Projects - National Library of Medicine - 3 views

    National Institutes of Health, US Dept of Health and Human Services. An historical collection of prints, photographs, transcripts and video interviews and other materials from the National LIbrary of Medicine.
Craig Manson

Images from the History of Medicine--National LIbrary of Medicine - 3 views

    National Institutes of Health, US Dept of Health and Human Services. Fascinating site which chronicles the history of medicine with portraiture, posters, cartoons, photographs and other images.
Margaret Harris

Valparaiso Community Library - 4 views

  • The library has a truly impressive genealogy and history collection which is growing daily.
  • Director David Weatherford, who says, "We now have over 6500 books and documents in the genealogy collection. And, we are now the largest genealogical library in Northwest Florida." David has enlarged and framed about 50 photos of life in the area. These 1920 photos are displayed around the library near the ceiling. He has also reoriented the genealogy section, making it more pleasing and easier to use. Plans are to finish a room where patrons may use microform readers without disturbing others. The filing cabinets housing this material are already in the room. Photo on right is the lounge area in the genealogy section
    A valuable resource for history and genealogy research in Northwest Florida.
Steven McQuinn

have family will travel - 2 views

130 yrs worth of data

history library

started by Steven McQuinn on 12 Dec 11 no follow-up yet
TK Sand

Historical Map Web Sites - Perry-Castañeda Map Collection - UT Library Online - 2 views

    links to historical maps
Moultrie Creek

Genealogy Book Links - 5 views

    An index to freely available books online related to genealogy and history.
Aline Cormier

genealogy group - 1 views

    Not sure if I am doing this right if not please forgive me I am a newbie here, I want to bookmark this for myself
TK Sand

Open Collections Program: Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930 - 13 views

    Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930, is a web-based collection of selected historical materials from Harvard's libraries, archives, and museums that documents voluntary immigration to the US from the signing of the Constitution to the onset of the Great Depression."
TK Sand

DAR | Library - Online Research - 3 views

    The DAR Genealogical Research System is a combination of several databases created in recent years to organize the large quantity of information that the DAR has collected since its inception in 1890.
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