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  • Historic Theater Posters

    This database of late-nineteenth and early twentieth-century theatre posters represents a small portion of the holdings at the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research, located on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Sample posters wer…

  • Barneveld Local History Collection

    The Barneveld Local History Collection spans more than a century – from settlement, through the devastation of the 1984 tornado and the rebuilding effort, to more recent times. The collection includes public records as well as published and persona…

  • The Literature Collection

    The Literature Collection is a multilayered grouping of works in literature and the humanities. From medieval to modern, scholarly to satirical, there is something for everyone. Diversity rules: there are texts translated from Nordic languages, tex…

  • The UW–Whitewater Collection

    The History of UW-Whitewater Collection includes resources that document the history and evolution of this campus. The collection includes published material as well as archival materials and may eventually include additional books, manuscripts, so…

  • The University of Wisconsin : a History

    There have been many histories written of the University of Wisconsin and its schools, colleges, and departments. The University is fortunate to have a major, scholarly 4 volume history covering 1848 to 1971. The first two volumes, covering 1848-19…

  • Images of Wat Tham Krabok Refugee Camp

    The Wat Tham Krabok refugee camp, located on the grounds of a similarly named Buddhist monastery, "Cave of the Teaching Monastery", about 81 miles north of Bangkok, the Thai capital, was the last Hmong refugee camp in Thailand.  Beginning in 2004, …

  • Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Collection

    This collection brings together several publications from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources as well a selection of photographs covering the history of the department.

  • Neenah Public Library Local History Collection

    Neenah, a city of 25,000, is a part of the Fox Cities and located in east-central Wisconsin, on the northwest shore of Lake Winnebago. Originally known as Winnebago Rapids, Neenah was incorporated as a village in 1856 and had a population of 1,296 …