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  1. History of the City of Rome in the Middle Ages (Cambridge Library Collection - History) (Volume 1) by Ferdinand Gregorovius, 2010-06-10
  2. The Battle of the Alamo (Graphic Library: Graphic History) by Matt Doeden, 2005-01
  3. The Shawnees and the War for America: The Penguin Library of American Indian History series by Colin G. Calloway, 2007-07-05
  4. Writing Ancient History: An Introduction to Classical Historiography (Library of Classical Studies) by Luke Pitcher, 2010-02-15
  5. 1864: Lincoln at the Gates of History (Simon & Schuster Lincoln Library) by Charles Bracelen Flood, 2010-02-16
  6. The Christian History Library in Libronix CD by Rosalie Slater & Gai Ferdon, Verna Hall, 2007-12-10
  7. The Company: A Short History of a Revolutionary Idea (Modern Library Chronicles) by John Micklethwait, Adrian Wooldridge, 2005-01-11
  8. The History of Public Library Access for African Americans in the South: Or, Leaving Behind the Plow by David M. Battles, 2008-12-16
  9. Livy: History of Rome, Volume VI, Books 23-25 (Loeb Classical Library No. 355) (Bks. 1-45, v. 6) by Livy, 1940-01-01
  10. Nonviolence: 25 Lessons from the History of a Dangerous Idea (Modern Library Chronicles) by Mark Kurlansky, 2006-09-12
  11. The Cherokee Nation and the Trail of Tears: The Penguin Library of American Indian History series by Theda Perdue, Michael Green, 2007-07-05
  12. A Short History of Medicine (Modern Library Chronicles) by Frank Gonzalez-Crussi, 2008-11-11
  13. The Natural and Moral History of the Indies (Cambridge Library Collection - Hakluyt First Series) (Volume 1) by Joseph de Acosta, 2010-05-20
  14. The Library of Congress World War II Companion by Margaret E. Wagner, Linda Barrett Osborne, et all 2007-10-02

61. Case History / Libraries/ Fluorescent Lighting / University Of Michigan
nnUniversity of Michigan Library. University library gets lighting boostfrom fluorescent fixtures with prismatic design Narrow aisles
nn Libraries nn University of Michigan Library
University library gets lighting boost from fluorescent fixtures with prismatic design

Narrow aisles and high shelves make library stacks notoriously difficult to light well. In the Kresge Business Administration Library at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, student complaints about inability to read titles and call numbers on books in the shelves provided the impetus for a lighting retrofit of the 17,500 square-foot central stack area.
Fixtures chosen for the project are Percepta II luminaires from Holophane Corporation, selected because of their "bat-wing" photometrics. The fixtures' prismatic design produces a twin beam pattern that generates beneficial sideward illumination, which was necessary to light the eight-foot high shelves evenly from floor to top shelf.
A total of 132 fixtures with single T8 lamps were installed, replacing the same number of luminaires using two T12 lamps. The previous fixtures had a vertical design, with one lamp mounted on top of the other. A standard ballast was used.
Surface-mounted Percepta II luminaires are installed parallel to the shelves, versus the perpendicular placement of the previous system, which resulted in spotty illumination. Units are linked end to end, with one ballast operating two fixtures. Mounting height is 10 feet, with spacing at 4 1/2 feet.

62. History Of Astronomy: Archives And Libraries
history of Astronomy. history of Astronomy Archives and libraries.German Flag Deutsche Fassung. General Inventories. The International
History of Astronomy
History of Astronomy: Archives and Libraries
Deutsche Fassung
General Inventories
Oral history achives
Individual archives and libraries

63. Familia - Family History Resources In Public Libraries In Britain And Ireland
Index of family history resources held by public libraries in Britain and IrelandCategory Regional Europe Arts and Entertainment libraries......
The UK and Ireland's guide to genealogical resources in public libraries
Text Index
The UK and Ireland's guide to genealogical resources in public libraries
Text Index

64. Oral History Research Office
Oral history Research Office, Return to the LibraryWeb Home Page, Library Catalogsat Columbia and elsewhere, Columbia libraries Online Catalog, Electronic
Oral History Research Office
Columbia University
801 Butler Library, Box 20
535 W. 114th St., MC 1129
New York, NY 10027 Telephone:
About Staff ... Columbia University
What's New Preliminary Synopsis of Peter H. L. Chang (Zhang Xueliang) Oral Materials September 11 2001 Oral History Narrative and Memory Project Collection Education Projects Summer Institute Individuals Graduate Seminar ... Help support the work of our Office
Last update: 06/04/02

65. Sci-Philately -- Science & Engineering Library, UB Libraries
A Selective history of Science on Stamps. Last Modified 23 April 2002 mn URL http// to mnaylor@acsu
A Selective History of Science on Stamps
by Maiken Naylor Science and Engineering Library University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260-2200 Last Modified: 23 April 2002 mn
Comments to:
Back to: © 1997, 2001 Maiken Naylor
© 2001 National Science Teachers Association.

66. Shelby Co IN History, Libraries
libraries of Shelby Co, Indiana THE SHELBY DEMOCRAT December 24, 1903O-. The Carnegie library will be closed Thursday
L ibraries
of Shelby Co, Indiana
December 24, 1903
-O- The Carnegie library will be closed Thursday evening at 5 o'clock and not be opened until Saturday morning.
-O- The council of Union City has accepted $10,000 from Andrew Carnegie, and will at once begin to plan for the erection of a library.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming Histories Index Main Page

67. School Libraries -- History
This page provides information on important dates and documents in the historyof libraries as they relate to the development of school libraries.
School Libraries History
Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center (ISLMC) School Library History page. This page provides information on important dates and documents in the history of libraries as they relate to the development of school libraries. The ISLMC is a meta-site for teachers, librarians, parents and students to preview curriculum related sites. You can search this site. Please visit the ISLMC home page for additional information.
If you are interested in library history, consider joining ALA. Library History Roundtable
Related pages: ACRL. Milestones of Academic Librarianship
Late Nineteenth Century
The development of school libraries can be traced to the beginning of the public library movement in the last half of the nineteenth century in the United States. Public libraries served the needs of public schools which were sometimes built in close proximity to a public library. Public library staff frequently placed temporary book collections in the schools for educators' use. Bookmobiles visited, and still do, public schools in rural areas.
In 1876 the United States Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Education published a report

digitized versions of primary sources in American social history from the Collection,is a demonstration project by the Research libraries Group focusing on
  • American Women's History: A Research Guide
    By Ken Middleton, Todd Library, Middle Tennessee State University. Best source for finding digital collections by topic . Also includes bibliographies and brief reviews of recent books, as well as links to biographical sources, online journals, and other resources.
  • Women's History Sites , originally compiled by Rachel Cassel Murphree; as of March, 2001, maintained by Ruth Dickstein. It is part of WSSLINKS Women and Gender Studies web site of the Women's Studies Section, American Library Association. Includes sites with resources for celebrating Women's History Month.
  • Archival Collections with significant holding relevant to women's history. List from the Archives for Research on Women and Gender, Univ. of Texas at San Antonio Library.
  • Archival Sites for Women's Studies, maintained by Mary Faith Pankin as part of WSSLINKS Women and Gender Studies web site of the Women's Studies Section, American Library Association.

69. Central Vermont Libraries
Accounts of public libraries in several small towns.Category Reference libraries history......The Histories of. Central Vermont's libraries. **The towns withoutlinks do not have a library in their town.** Barre City Barre Town
The Histories of
Central Vermont's Libraries
**The towns without links do not have a library in their town.** Barre City Barre Town Berlin Cabot Calais Duxbury East Montpelier Fayston Marshfield Middlesex Montpelier Moretown Northfield Orange (Orange County) Plainfield Roxbury Waitsfield Warrren Washington (Orange County) Waterbury Waterbury Village Williamstown (Orange County) Woodbury Worcester Histories of other nearby libraries: Brookfield Chelsea Peacham Randolph ... Stowe Open a new browser to ... Central Vermont Home Page
CV chamber / P.O. Box 336 / Barre, Vermont 05641
(802)-229-5711 or CVermont1 @

70. Annotated Bibliography And Guide To Archival Resources On The
List of significant repositories for American Jewish women's history, with information on published Category Society history North America United States Women......Annotated Bibliography and Guide to Archival Resources on the historyof Jewish Women in America. © Phyllis Holman Weisbard, 1997, 2002.
Annotated Bibliography and Guide to Archival Resources on the History of Jewish Women in America
1997-2001 Supplement to the Annotated Bibliography (January 2002) An earlier version of the original bibliography is also found on pages 1553-1586 (v. 2) of Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia , edited by Paula E. Hyman and Deborah Dash Moore, and sponsored by the American Jewish Historical Society. 2 v. New York, Routledge, 1997. This bibliography, along with all other web-based files on University of Wisconsin-Madison web servers, is searchable. Be sure to put phrases in quotation marks.
Return to Wisconsin Women's Studies Librarian's Homepage This page mounted by the
University of Wisconsin System Women's Studies Librarian
430 Memorial Library, 728 State Street, Madison, WI 53706

71. Library History Database
A database with information on over 27000 libraries in the British Isles.Category Recreation Collecting Books...... The Library history Database now contains information on over 27,000 librariesin the British Isles, and is based on over 1,200 published works.
THE BRITISH ISLES - TO 1850 Introduction



[Comments or Suggestions]

Updated: 01-03-2003
The Library History Database now contains information on over 27,000 libraries in the British Isles, and is based on over 1,200 published works. It is regularly updated, but additions and corrections are usually added to the main files for England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Islands. It takes much longer to get up-dates into the various long and complex subsidiary files.
I apologise for the fact that visitors to this site might receive a message from my ISP that it has exhausted its bandwidth. I increase this every month, but never (it seems) sufficiently to cope with the traffic. Accesses are now running at between 24,000 and 26,000 per month.
If you want to know more about the project - and the data in preparation - click on Introduction in the Contents Frame. Otherwise, just browse the 200+ files which this site offers. Cultural historians have under-estimated the number of libraries available for reading, whether for entertainment or for self-improvement. As the data presented here demonstrates there was provision of print in almost every market town in the British Isles by the year 1820, and by 1850 in hundreds of villages with a population of less than 500 souls. The sheer variety of libraries so far discovered is quite extraordinary: libraries devoted to the arts and sciences; libraries in the workplace; libraries on omnibuses; libraries in inns; libraries on the estates of wealthy landowners provided for the workers; libraries associated with every type of society; village libraries provided by benevolent pastors.

72. Libraries Today
history of libraries in Canada and particularly Ontario with annotated photographs, texts and biographie Category Reference libraries history......libraries Today is devoted to the history of Canadian libraries and librarians,especially public libraries in the province of Ontario and contemporary ideas
Search Libraries Today for persons, places, bibliographic references, or study links
using AltaVista Canada's web index and retrieval system Created Feb. 1996 Last modified
February 2003

73. UIowa Libraries Web
Research affiliations Association of Research libraries, Center for Research libraries.Category Reference libraries Research...... museum collections devoted to art, natural history, state history, and medicineas well as other research collections. Other libraries The University's site
To select another page and go there... UI Homepage ...for Current Students ...for Prospective Students ...Community Outreach Academic Programs Arts Calendar Sports Health Care Just the FAQs Libraries Computing News Events Phonebook/E-mail Directory Policy President's Welcome A - Z Search
Go to specific campus library... Art Library Biological Sciences Library Marvin A. Pomerantz Business Library Center for Research Libraries Chemistry Library Curriculum Resources Laboratory Engineering Library Geoscience Library Hardin Library for the Health Sciences Law Library Mathematical Sciences Library Rita Benton Music Library Physics Library Psychology Library
Go to specific Main Library unit... Access Services Acquisitions Administrative Offices Automation Office Central Technical Services Circulation Services Distance Education Library Services East Asian Collection General Science Government Publications Information Arcade Instructional Services International Dada Archive Iowa Women's Archives Map Collection Media Services Preservation Reference and Information Services Reserve Services Special Collections TWIST A Message from the University Librarian Library Hours
Library News,

74. WVU Libraries: West Virginia & Regional History Collection
Guide to Archives and Manuscripts. history Bibliography Exhaustive WVhistory guide to research, arranged by county and subject. Newspapers
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, records for Virginia (1810-1860), WV (1870-1920) Databases
Selected databases to identify articles and books related to WV Folk Music
Guide to recordings of folk music recorded in WV, 1930's - 1980's Genealogy
Guide to genealogical research
, selected web sites Guide to Archives and Manuscripts
History Bibliography

Exhaustive WV history guide to research, arranged by county and subject Newspapers
Largest collection of historical West Virginia newspapers in existence Photographic Archives
, arranged by collection and subject Public Records (county courts)
Historic records survey
Virginia (1623-1933) WV (18th, 19th, early 20th century) Web Sites
Selected sites covering Archival Records Preservation Resources WV History Services Copy Services Instruction Interlibrary Loan General Information ADA Entrance Directions Hours Parking ... Volunteer

75. Sophia Smith Collection At Smith College, Women's History Manuscripts
Ellen Wright Garrison and Lucy Gibbons Morse, circa 1926Photographer unknown (Garrison Family Papers).
Dorothy Kenyon and Gloria Steinem ca. 1970
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76. WWW-VL History Index Libraries
Click Here for WWWVL Main Catalogue WWW-VL history. libraries.PLEASE NOTE that this site is currently without a maintainer, and
ABOUT THIS NETWORK. If you are still interested or have any questions, please e-mail Lynn Harry Nelson [].
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WWW-VL search facility.

Click Here to access the Mirror at Florence, Italy

Click Here to access the Mirror at Lawrence, Kansas, USA
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  • 77. UCLA Oral History Program Home Page / UCLA Library Department Of Special Collect
    The UCLA Oral history Program documents the history of Los Angeles and the institutionalhistory of UCLA and undertakes selected projects that are national and
    The UCLA Oral History Program documents the history of Los Angeles and the institutional history of UCLA and undertakes selected projects that are national and international in scope. The Program
    Interview Procedures
    Other Activities of the OHP
    The Collection
    Oral History Program Catalog
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    Major Series in the Collection ... Purchase of transcripts Oral History Resources
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    78. The History & Special Collections Division Website Has Moved!
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    79. History_of_Science_Collections
    history of science collections.Category Regional North America Norman Arts and Entertainment...... Prometheus Project digital libraries Home page Browse the Prometheus ProjectDigital libraries for the history of science. Golden Jubilee exhibit.
    HSS Online bibliographic database for professional literature in the history of science
    Bizzell Bible Collection
    (accessed through History of Science Collections)
    History of Science Collections
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    Current exhibit:
    ... OU Academy of the Lynx Decorative screen by Joe Taylor, Professor of Art emeritus based on images in the History of Science Collections Decorative screen detail and explanation coming soon) The University of Oklahoma History of Science Collections contain awe-inspiring works from the early days of printing to classics of the scientific revolution to lively examples of later popular texts. About the Collections describes the Collections' holdings of 90,000 volumes, including 50 incunabula (books printed before 1500), and Galileo's own copy of the first edition of his

    80. Oral History Program, University Of Kentucky Libraries
    Welcome to the University of Kentucky Oral history Program, a unit within the UKLibraries' Special Collections and Archives, located in the Margaret I. King

    Program Description
    Initiative 2003 Project List Charles T. Wethington Alumni / Faculty Collection ... Col. Arthur L. Kelly American Veterans Collection
    Publications That Utilized
    the U.K. Oral History Program Collections Oral History Database Faculty and Staff Kentucky Oral History Commission Oral History Association ... Kentuckiana Digital Library Welcome to the University of Kentucky Oral History Program, a unit within the UK Libraries' Special Collections and Archives , located in the Margaret I. King Library Oral History Program, King Library, University of Kentucky,
    Lexington, KY 40506-0039
    Phone: 257-8634 ~ Fax: 257-6311 ~ Email:

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