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By providing thousands of leading global, national and local newspapers and hundreds of unique research collections on a broad range of subjects on microfilm, ProQuest enables your library to provide researchers with critical information.
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The industry’s broadest and deepest collection of microform newspapers from around the world is available to meet your library’s research and preservation needs.
Reproduced in full image from originals in libraries and private collections around the world, Research Collections make it easy for library users to study the literature--in detail, and in a single location.
This singular collection reproduces for these students and researchers more than 17,000 index cards citing materials in which illustrations of Shakespeare's plays have appeared.
Four Jewish Historical Newspapers Collections from Lithuania.
From the invasion of Russia by Napoleon’s Grande Armee in 1812 to the Franco-Russian Alliance of 1882, relations between the two nations in the nineteenth century were bound up in political intrigue and public speculation.
This collection contains the documents of all of the socialist congresses from the first workers‘ congress in Paris in 1876 to the second session of the Eleventh National Congress of the SFIO just two weeks before the outbreak of World War I.
The complete record of the deliberations of the British Cabinet covering the period from 1916, when a formal recording system was inaugurated, through September 1939.
This is a series of historically important texts in the domain of the exact and natural sciences, as well as in the history of science itself, with most works coming from France and dating from the second third of the 17th century to the end of the 19th century.
Titles from The Massachusetts Historical Society. Robert Treat Paine was a Massachusetts attorney and one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.