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Galante's Venture Capital & Private Equity Directory
Gateway to North America: People, Places, and Organizations of 19th-Century New York
Search historical business, address and telephone directories from Central and Eastern Europe, memorials to Jewish communities destroyed during the Holocaust, Polish and Russian military documents, including lists of officers and casualities. Also includes community and personal histories, and Polish secondary school annual reports and other school sources. More genealogical resources are being added daily.
This database contains the catalogue of the Georgian Papers held in the Royal Archives and the Royal Library at Windsor Castle. The catalogue contains descriptions and digitized images of material dating from the reigns of George III to William IV, including letters diaries, and records of the Royal Household.
Provided by the German Genealogy Group, this site provides free databases for indexes to vital records: New York City Births (1878-1909), Marriages (1866-1937), and Deaths (1862-1948). Dates of coverage vary by borough/county. Other databases available through the site are Alien Statements for New York & New Jersey, Naturalizations for select New York & New Jersey counties, a variety of cemetery and church records, New York & New Jersey area yearbooks, German "Enemy Aliens," and other genealogical data.
Gordon's Print Prices -- Only available in SASB Rooms 300 and 308
The Primary Valuation (also known as Griffith’s Valuation) was published between 1847 and 1864 and was the first full-scale valuation of property in Ireland. There is a printed valuation book for each barony or poor law union in the country showing the names of occupiers of land and buildings, the names of persons from whom these were leased and the amount and value of the property held.
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