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This website provides links to the digital projects created by the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). The collections cover a wide range of subjects including: AIDS, physics, architecture, music, local politics, photography, World War II, and Arabic manuscripts. Users must click on the names individual collections to gain access to related content.
This digital project is comprised of interviews with 68 individuals involved in Chicago’s twentieth-century labor movement. As a hub of industry and immigration, Chicago was a center of labor-related activism, and the interviews shown here provide a variety of perspectives on that critical struggle.
This digital collection presents the recently-digitized papers of visual artist Joseph Cornell (1903-1972). The collection includes correspondence, personal writings, photographs, and works of art.