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Thanks to the generosity of donor Ravi D. Goel (Yale College, 1993), Manuscripts and Archives has received a collection created by Henry Roe Cloud, the first self-identified Native American to graduate Yale University. Henry Roe Cloud was born on a Winnebago reservation in Nebraska in the mid-1880s...
Yale University Library has a long history of engagement with digital collection, preservation, and cataloging. With the arrival of a Librarian for Digital Humanities Research, the Library is expanding its services to the Yale scholarly community by offering consultation, training, and...
May 22 – July 31, 2014 Memorabilia Room, Sterling Memorial Library This exhibit celebrates the prolific publishing output of the members of the Yale College Class of 1964, which is celebrating its 50th reunion this year. The works of the sixty-five members who contributed to this exhibit span many...
Not uncommon at the time, and increasingly common during the antebellum era, one $23,000 mortgage was secured by 41 slaves.
This guest post is by Connor Williams, a second-year graduate student in the Yale History Department, who has been working as a graduate assistant on a project in Manuscripts and Archives to identify more collection materials relating to slavery, abolition, and resistance in the 19th-century United...
Nineteen first-person accounts of witnesses, including Jews, non-Jews, American POWs, GIs who first entered the camps, a member of the Hitler youth, a Jesuit priest, resistance fighters, and child survivors are woven into a single narrative of World War II and the Holocaust. They tell stories of...
The manuscript materials and photographs in Manuscripts & Archives documenting Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh and their families comprise a rich resource for the study of a wide array of topics relating to the United States and the rest of the world from the 1920s to the 1970s. This...
Beginning Wednesday, July 2, Borrow Direct users will see holdings from the Johns Hopkins Libraries, at Johns Hopkins University (JHU), become the newest member of the Borrow Direct consortium. The libraries at JHU hold more than 3.7 million books and include the Milton S. Eisenhower Library, which...

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