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This digital project showcases an array of materials on relations between the West and the Middle East. The project uses texts, images, and maps (both historical and interactive) to explore the experiences of Western travelers in the Middle East from the eighteenth through the twentieth centuries.
This digital project features a selection of printed images, including prints and book illustrations, from British sources prior to 1700.
This digital project highlights the life and work of Alfred Russel Wallace, the co-discoverer (along with Charles Darwin) of the theory of evolution by natural selection. The project includes letters, articles, and specimens collected during Wallace’s travels.
This digital collection highlights the history of the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania, which was founded in 1850 as the first medical school for women. The collection includes personal writings, publications, and images on a wide array of subjects such as campus life, race relations, public health, and war.
This digital collection provides access to various documents related to the history of film. Searching the collection by title, director, country, or genre, users may retrieve documents such as reviews, articles, and press kits on a wide variety of American and international films.