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Faber Poetry Library
On-Site Access Only
Contains the works of 42 poets comprising 124 volumes of poetry.
All Branch LibrariesStephen A. Schwarzman BuildingThe New York Public Library for the Performing ArtsSchomburg Center for Research in Black CultureThomas Yoseloff Business CenterStavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL)
Language and Literature, Poetry
The authors are all part of the Faber Poetry list, and the database has the active support of the publisher and the poets or estates. The entire text of each poem has been included. Indexes to titles and first lines, prefatory material, and notes have been excluded. The date of first publication indicates the date of first publication by Faber and Faber.
Collection of digitized genealogy and family history publications from the archives of Allen County Library, Brigham Young University, Family History Library, and other major genealogy centers. Offered through FamilySearch.org.
Operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), this free website offers a variety of genealogical databases, access to unindexed images of genealogical records, the Social Security Death Index, wiki entries describing various types of genealogical research, and access to the Family History Library's catalog. Free access to the 1940 United States Federal Census.
Ancestral File: Over 35 million pedigrees and family group records. Census: Every-name index to the 1880 U.S. Census, the 1881 British Isles Census, and the 1881 Canadian Census. International Genealogical Index: More than 300 million birth, christening, and marriage records. Family History Library Catalog: The catalog of the collection located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Many of the microfilmed records can be ordered through more than 3,200 Family History Centers worldwide. Family History SourceGuide: An automated collection of more than 150 publications from the Family History Library. Web Sites: A guide to web sites with useful family history information.
This is the free, official repository of digital documents from all three branches of the U.S. government. It is the authoritative, long-term home of about 50 growing collections of government information, mostly starting with 1993. It provides advanced search capabilities and enhanced downloading. See also CGP.
All Branch LibrariesStephen A. Schwarzman BuildingThe New York Public Library for the Performing ArtsSchomburg Center for Research in Black CultureThomas Yoseloff Business Center
Government and Law, Reference, Economics, Political Science
National statistics from the U.S. Federal Government in the areas of Agriculture, Education, Income, Natural Resources, Crime, Energy, Labor, Safety, Demographics, Environment, National Accounts, Transportation, Economic, and Health.
Government and Law, Law, Reference, Statistics
The Federal Interagency Council on Statistical Policy maintains this site to provide easy access to the full range of statistics and information produced by these agencies for public use.
FIAF International Index to Film Periodicals Plus
On-Site Access Only
Formerly known as Film/TV Documentation Collections, FIAF Index to Film Periodicals Plus is a bibliographical resource offering coverage of hundreds of the world's foremost academic and popular film journals right up to the present day. Many of these key titles are available here in full text including complete runs. It is an essential reference work for any film researcher.
All Branch LibrariesSchomburg Center for Research in Black CultureStephen A. Schwarzman BuildingThe New York Public Library for the Performing ArtsThomas Yoseloff Business CenterStavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL)
Performing Arts, Film, Reference, Magazines, Journals and Serials, Theatre
Library Card Required
This archive, from the NYPL's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, documents the Civil Rights Congress (CRC) which was established in 1946 to, among other things, "combat all forms of discrimination against…labor, the Negro people and the Jewish people, and racial, political, religious, and national minorities." Dates of inclusion range from 1946-1955. Part of Archives Unbound.
All Branch LibrariesSchomburg Center for Research in Black CultureStephen A. Schwarzman BuildingThe New York Public Library for the Performing ArtsThomas Yoseloff Business Center
Government and Law, History, United States History, Manuscripts and Rare Books, African American Studies