Articles & Databases
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Spanish-language encyclopedia written from the Latin American perspective provides coverage of all curriculum-aligned topics so English Language Learners can conduct authentic research in their native language.
Una enciclopedia en el idioma español que contiene aproximadamente quince mil artículos con más de seis mil photos.
Provides information about the availability of Latin American research resources in the region.
Latin American Newspapers (1805-1922)
Coverage of the people, issues, and events that shaped Latin America during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Includes titles from newspapers in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Venezuala, Chile, Guatamala, and others.
Covers history and culture from all the countries in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Iberian Peninsula, including content on modern-day Latin American countries, the history of the Hispanic Diaspora, and indigenous peoples. Features peer-reviewed essays, reference sources, primary documents, media, newspapers, and magazines.
Topics covered include politics, economics, the labor movement, ecology and environment, women's studies, race and ethnicity, social and cultural theory, sociology, art and aesthetics, philosophy, history, education, law, and globalization.
Leonard's Combined Price Index of Art Auctions -- Only available in SASB Room 300
Provides broad coverage of American auction houses, dealers and galleries.
Lexis Nexis Digital Congressional Hearings Digital Collection
Provides access to every published and unpublished hearings from 1824 to the present.
LGBT Life with Full Text
LGBT Life provides complete indexing and abstracting of content related to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender studies in over 230 journals, magazines, and newspapers. LGBT Life also provides full text from a number of important sources including monographs and publications such as The Advocate, New York Blade, and Out.
The Liberty Magazine Historical Archive, 1924-1950 offers researchers and students of twentieth century studies digital access to one of the most popular American illustrated weekly magazines of the 1920s-1950s. The archive includes the complete twenty-six-year run of the magazine—all scanned in full color.
Library Literature and Information Science Full Text
Provides indexing and abstracting of nearly 400 journals, including key library and information science periodicals, and full-text coverage of over 160 journals.
The Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division's online catalog.
Lipper Marketplace (Formerly known as Nelson's Marketplace)
Includes three directories: Nelson's Directory of Investment Managers which provides profiles of 2,000 institutional money managers and their 8,000 investment products. Company profiles may be saved individually in PDF format, printed, or saved to disk or USB flash drive. Also includes Nelson's Directory of Plan Sponsors and Nelson's Directory of Pension Fund Consultants- This database is not on all networked computers. Please see a staff person at the EIC desk to access this resource.
Literary Manuscripts is drawn from the nineteenth century Victorian holdings of the Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.
Law Library Microform Consortium includes over 43 million pages of legal and government documents from the U.S. and other jurisdictions. Law reports, statutes, treatises, court journals, and reports provide information on constitutional provisions, labor law, civil rights, immigration, trade, international relations, and other topics.
Loeb Classical Library
This digital version of the Loeb Classical Library includes more than 500 English translated works of Greek and Latin texts, with the option to annotate, print, email, and fully search across all titles. The green and red bound print volumes are also available in the Rose Main Reading Room's collection.
First hand coverage of the grass-roots struggle against the racially restrictive housing covenants of the 1940s. Considered to be the major newspaper of the Black community in Los Angeles during the 20th century. The oldest and largest black newspaper in the western United States and the largest African-American owned newspaper in the U.S.
LRS (NY State Legislative Retrieval System) provides authoritative access to current NY State legislation and calendars, committees, budget bills, etc. For access, please ask a staff member at SIBL's Electronic Information Center.
Lugt's Repertoire Online
Lugt's Repertoire Online is one of the most widely consulted art historical reference works. Lugt's Repertoire Online lists more than 100,000 art sales catalogues from libraries in Europe and the USA.