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Overview: The ACT UP Oral History project is a collection of interviews with surviving members of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, New York.
Overview: A collection of digital facsimiles of manuscripts, photographs, and prints created by the family of General Artemas Ward. The source materials are from The American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts; The General Artemas Ward House Museum in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts and Mr. Andrew Ward of Savannah, Georgia.
Overview: Collection of artwork, posters, digital images, digital moving image formats, archived Web sites, and books representing perspectives and responses to the attacks on Charlie Hebdo and a kosher grocery store in Paris in January 2015.
Overview: A collection of digital facsimiles of petitions sent to the Massachusetts government. The source materials are from the Massachusetts Archives, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston, Mass.
Overview: The U.S. and non-U.S. labor agreements collection is a significant part of the total holdings of the Slichter Industrial Relations Collection. Originally known as the Industrial Relations Library, this wide-ranging collection of labor union publications had been located in the Littauer Library from 1946 until the library was closed in 2007. When the Littauer Library closed, the Slichter Industrial Relations Collection was transferred to the Harvard Depository and is available to researchers....
Overview: This digital archive represents a complete record of all paper materials produced by the Kenya Election Domestic Observation Forum (KEDOF), created by the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) for the purpose of monitoring and documenting Kenya’s 2007 election campaign and voting processes. In addition to these documents, the digital archive contains documents pertaining to the organization and governance of KEDOF, as well as ad hoc reports regarding the violence following the election.