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The Visual Front: Posters of the Spanish Civil War     View
Over 40 propaganda posters from the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), representing the Republican Spain point of view. Includes introductory essay, chronology of the war, and bibliography. From the Mandeville Special Collections Library, University of C ...

Automobile Club of Southern California Collection, 1892-1963     View
"The Automobile Club of Southern California was founded in 1900 and its archive provides a distinctive picture of life in the region during the 20th century." The site contains images of hundreds of strip maps, photographs, and other materi ...

L.A. as Subject     View
This is "an online directory of less visible archives and collections that preserve historical materials related to the Los Angeles region." Browsable by institution type (such as historical society, library, or museum), time period, langua ...

Moore Collection: Underground Comix     View
A searchable and browsable database of approximately 1,000 bibliographic records of "underground" comic books primarily from the 1960s and 1970s. Includes a brief history of the collection and a gallery of cover art (contains some images wi ...

The Advertising Artwork of Dr. Seuss     View
Brief information and images of illustrations created by Dr. Suess (born Theodore Seuss Geisel) before he "found fame as a children's book author." Includes work created for oil, ball bearing, beer, and sugar companies, bug spray ("Qui ...

Humboldt Room Links     View
A collection of annotated links to resources dealing with the history, government and community services, and natural resources of Humboldt County in northern California. Local sources include maps, newspapers, and pamphlets. From the Special Collect ...

Dr. Seuss Went to War: A Catalog of Political Cartoons     View
"Over 400 editorial cartoons" created by Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss) during 1941-1943 for the New York newspaper "PM." Browsable by date, and subject (people, countries/regions, war/domestic issues, battles and battlefields). Also ... Cemetery Transcription Library     View
The heart of this site is a database of around three million burial records and tombstone inscriptions for close to six thousand cemeteries worldwide. You can search for burial records (read the search instructions) and browse the cemetery directory ...

Picturing Childhood: Illustrated Children's Books From University of California Collections, 1550???1990     View
An online version of an exhibition catalog. Contains essays focusing on the history and tradition of children's publishing; movable and pop-up books, toys, and games; 19th-century illustrators; and 20th-century technology used in illustrating childre ...

Yamada (Mitsuye) Papers     View
Poet Mitsuye Yamada was born Mitsuye May Yasutake in Japan; at the age of 3, she emigrated to the United States with her parents and grew up in Seattle. When World War II began she was relocated to the Minidoka Relocation Center in Hunt, Idaho. This ...




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