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A sampling of the photo collection of the Lesbian Herstory Archives.

The Hadassah Bulletins and Newsletters collection covers the first twenty years of publication, 1914-1933, years of tremendous growth in the organization in terms of both membership and dollars raised. Mailed initially to every chapter and later to…

The Hadassah Sound Recordings collection covers the years 1949 to 1978. These recordings, originally on reel-to-reel tape, were produced by Hadassah to document groundbreakings, building dedications and other milestone events, and to capture in oral…

Collection of digital surrogates of exhibition catalogs from New York city associations, clubs, galleries and societies from 1875 to 1931.

Currently contains early publications by faculty members including issues of 69 Bank Street, an early Bureau of Educational Experiments journal, and Children...Here and Now.

Lucy Sprague Mitchell was the principle founder of the Bureau of Educational Experiments and first acting president of Bank Street College. She served the College from its inception in 1916 until 1955. She was involved in all aspects of Bank Street,…

General Dwight D. Eisenhower was made an honorary fellow for life of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in recognition of his efforts to save art treasures overseas during World War II. Captioned photographs of the ceremony, including those of General…

Design Digitized includes highlights spanning five centuries from the Cooper-Hewitt Museum Library’s rare books collection. Over twenty-five of their largest, rarest, and most fragile titles covering architecture, design, and the decorative arts…

The Mount Sinai Archives Image Database contains images that relate to the various Mount Sinai organizations: The Mount Sinai Hospital (chartered 1852), The Mount Sinai Hospital School of Nursing (1881-1971) and Mount Sinai School of Medicine…

The Board of Delegates of American Israelites was founded in 1859 in New York City and is one of the earliest Jewish civil rights organizations in the United States. The Board served primarily in a two-fold function: acting as a central organization…
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