Archives relating to specific social and ethnic groups.
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African American Collections
This collection draws upon church minute meetings, extension bulletins, personal papers, photographs, and oral histories to document the history of blacks in Alabama. Some documents may be viewed online.
American Jewish Archives
The Jacob Rader Marcus Center at Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati, Ohio documents Jewish life in the United States. It includes manuscripts, photographs, tapes, microfilm, and genealogical materials.
American Life Histories: Manuscripts from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1940
Manuscripts deposited in the Library of Congress Manuscripts Division. The collection can be viewed online.
The Amistad Research Center
Art and manuscripts charting African-American history and race relations, located at Tulane University. Includes a digital photograph collection.
Black Archives of Mid-America
Documents African-Americans in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Oklahoma, including diaries, newspapers, records and oral histories. In Kansas City, Missouri.
Florida Atlantic University Judaica Sound Archives
Dedicated to rescuing, preserving and sharing Jewish voices and music from the past. Search the archives and listen to their recordings here.
Institute of Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts
Microfilm copies of 90% of known Hebrew manuscripts, held in Jerusalem.
International Institute of Social History
Based in the Netherlands, it is one of the world's largest research centres in the field of social history. Services, collections, online catalogue.
Tamiment Institute Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives
A center for scholarly research on labor history and radical political movements.
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