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Newspapers in Microform: With over 10 thousand newspapers in its microfilm vault, ProQuest continues to lead the industry in providing valuable newspaper content from around the world for library researchers as well as preservation minded libraries.

Research Collections in Microform: ProQuest’s vast archive of microform Research Collections continues to fuel scholarship in a broad array of subject matters in literature and the arts, humanities, history, social sciences and more.

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Aeronautics and Space Reports to the Congress, 1958-1984

Actors' Equity Association

Abstracts on Crime & Juvenile Delinquency

A Selection of Public Records

A People at War

A Concordance to the Poems of Dylan Thomas

A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch Painters of the Seventeenth Century

21 Greatest Treasures: Ancient Slavic Manuscripts

1900-1980 Government Organization Manuals

1851 Census Enumerators' Returns

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Aeronautics and Space Reports to the Congress, 1958-1984

Now Digitized in ProQuest History Vault. The microfilm collection also continues to be available.…

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Microfilm

Actors' Equity Association

The magazine and executive committee minutes of the Actors' Equity Association.…

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Microfilm

Abstracts on Crime & Juvenile Delinquency

The abstracts cover the entire spectrum of criminal justice literature from 1968 to 1988. The collection spans a broad range of research topics, including: criminal law, criminal courts, juvenile law, juvenile courts, criminal justice reform,……

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Rialto Development Series: Interview with Gavin Phillips from Imperial College London

ProQuest Rialto is a groundbreaking solution to the challenges of selection and acquisition for academic libraries.

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“Bringing Serendipity Back:” How Hofstra University Uses Streaming Video

Sarah McCleskey, Head of Resource & Collection Services at New York’s Hofstra University Library, talks video in education – and how its use has changed drastically in the past decade.

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