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Title: Microfilm History CollectionAdd to your cart.
ID: 03/ History
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  • Item 1: Almanac de Gotha; annuaire genealogique, diplomatique et statistiqueAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    This is a collection of genealogy periodicals that deal with kings, rulers, and other nobility; and it also contains periodicals concerning the diplomatic and consular service.

    Author:  Gotha, Justus Perthes.

    Scope:  The collection contains the years 1767-1774, 1776, 1778-1813, 1815-1938, 1940-1943. The microfiche set has German edition for 1767-1769 with title: Gothaischer Hofkalender; genealogisches Taschenbuch der furstlichen Hauser.

    Call number: MicF 185
  • Item 2: American ArchivesAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    A documentary history of the United States, from the British Colonial period through the American Revolution and the ratification of the U.S. Constitution.

    Author:  Force, Peter, 1790-1868, comp.

    Call Number: MicF 31, MicF 35
  • Item 3: The Bexar Archives at the University of Texas ArchivesAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    The Bexar Archives, consisting of more than 250,000 pages of manuscript documentation and more than 4,000 pages of printed material, are the colonial archives of Texas produced during the Spanish and Mexican periods, 1717-1836.

    Guide:

    Each unit has separate printed guides: 1717-1803, 1804-1821, 1822-1836

    Call Number: Film M444
  • Item 4: Bexar Archives TranslationsAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    A translation of the Bexar Archives which are the colonial archives of Texas produced during the Spanish and Mexican periods, 1717-1836.

    NOTE:  Set complete. This is a translation of Film M444.

    Call Number: Film  M646
  • Item 5: British Culture (1701-1899)Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Biography, memoirs, travel, history, philosophy, poetry, and much more can be found in the series entitled British Culture. This set is valuable for research across disciplines in the Humanities.

    Call Number: Mic 32. Microcard. 848 volumes
  • Item 6: The Chinese Repository, May 1832 - Dec. 1851Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    The Chinese Repository is contained in twenty volumes dating from 1832 to 1851. It is a descriptive account of India and China and makes a comparison between these countries in the ninth and nineteenth centuries. The subjects included are: geography, Chinese history, natural history, travels, language and literature, trade and commerce, shipping, England, Hong Kong, relations with America, Japan and Korea, Siam and Cochin China (southern Vietnam), other Asiatic nations, Indian archipelago, paganism , missions, medical missions, revision of the Bible, education societies, and religion.

    Guides:

    General index: v. 21. Includes subject index (with v.1). A general index is given at the end of the series. Each article is listed alphabetically under general subject headings. An index for each volume may be found at the beginning of each volume.

    Call Number: MicF 36; 128 fiche. Set complete.
  • Item 7: Confederate Imprints, 1861-1865Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Reproduces on microfilm the text of titles listed in Crandall and Harwell bibliographies, arranged by bibliography number.

    NOTE:  Set complete. Print copies available. Based on Marjorie Lyle Crandall, Confederate Imprints, a check list, 1955 (Z1242.5 .C7) [and] Richard B. Harwell, More Confederate Imprints, 1957 (Z1242.5 .H33.)

    Call Number: Film J1118
  • Item 8: Conference on the Discontinuance of Nuclear Weapons TestsAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Record of the Conference on the Discontinuance of Nuclear Weapons Tests in Geneva, Switzerland, 1958.

    Notes:  Checklist of documents issued Oct. 31, 1958--Mar. 10, 1961 included on reel 5.

    Call Number: Film J130; 6 reels
  • Item 9: Facsimiles of manuscripts in European archives relating to America, 1773-1783Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    The value of Benjamin Franklin Stevens' collection of American Revolutionary War source material is widely recognized. The Anderson Galleries has called it "one of the most valuable and extensive labours in the entire range of historical literature." The facsimiles were printed in a limited edition of 200, and would be unavailable otherwise.

    Author:  Stevens, Benjamin Franklin, 1833-1902, comp.

    Call Number: Film J817; 14 reels
  • Item 10: Facts on Film: Race Relations in the SouthAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Included in this collection are newspaper and magazine articles, editorials, and pamphlets on racial problems in the South, from the library of the Southern Education Reporting Service. The material spans the time period from September, 1954 to June, 1968. (The collection also includes miscellaneous records prior to the organization of the reporting service for the time period from May 1954 to July 1954.) Subjects covered include: law, race relations, education, and religion.

    Author:  Race Relations Information Center

    Guides:

    A series of guides and supplements is available at the Microforms Index Shelves. To locate a particular item, use the subject index (arranged by state). The series of letters and numbers following the subject is needed to locate an item. Each supplement indexes its own set of reels.

    Call Number: Film H66;  40 reels.
  • Item 11: Files of evidence connected with the investigation of the assassination of President John F. KennedyAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Microfilms of typescript and illustrative material. [1] Investigation of the assassination of the President. [2] Investigation by J. E. Bill Decker, Sheriff, Dallas County, TX. [3] Texas supplemental report: correspondence file. [4] Transcript of Dallas Police radio transmissions. [5-6] Dallas Police reports. [7] Investigation of the operational security involving the transfer of Lee Harvey Oswald, November 24, 1963. [8] Lee Harvey Oswald. [9] Officer J.D. Tippitt. [10] Marguerite C. Oswald vs. King Candy Co. [11] Mrs. Marguerite C. Oswald vs. Liberty Insurance Co. of Texas; Final judgment. [12] Edwin A. Walker file (Dallas PD Dept.) [13-16] Evidence: photographs pertaining to Lee Harvey Oswald. [17] Photographs: exterior and interior of Texas Depository Building; reconstruction. [18] Photographs: aerial view of downtown and Oak Cliff sections of Dallas showing Oswald's known and probable routes. [19] Photographs: trademarked aerial view and floor plans. [20] Photographs: City Hall basement (Lee Harvey Oswald). [21] Photographs: J.D. Tippitt: area of shooting and location Oswald arrested.

    Call Number: Film J798;  2 reels (21 volumes of material on 2 reels).
  • Item 12: Goldsmiths' Kress Library of Economic LiteratureAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    The scope of this collection is extremely broad, extending through all the social sciences. The microfilm set is a merging of the Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature at the University of London and the Kress Library of Business and Economics at Harvard University, resulting in a definitive collection of early works on economics and business and including extensive materials relating to political and social history.

    Guides:

    The following guides are available on the Microform Index Shelves: Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature: A Guide to Segment I of the Microfilm Collection (Film J955 Guide v.1-3), Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature: A Guide to Segment II of the Microfilm Collection (Film J955 Guide v.4-6), Dialogue in Political Economy, Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature: A Consolidated Guide to Segment I of the Microfilm Collection Supplement to the Monographs 1468-1800 (Film 955 Guide v. 7), Catalogue of the Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature I Printed Books to 1800 (Z7164.E2.L65 v.1), Catalogue of the Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature I Printed Books, 1801-1850 (Z7164.E2.L65 v. 2).

    Call Number: Film J955; 1600 reels. REMOTE STORAGE. Segment 1 -- Printed Books Through 1800. Segment 2 -- Printed Books, 1801-1850.
  • Item 13: Hakluyt Society WorksAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Of interest in history, geography and ethnology are the works of the Hakluyt Society, London, which was established in 1846 to publish "original narratives of important voyages, travels, expeditions and other important geographical records." Containing more than two hundred publications in three series, the collection includes relevant books, journals, letters, and other documents. All publications appear in the English Language, either in the original text or in translation. Among the documents in our collection are Fernando de Soto's The Discovery and Conquest of Terra Florida..., Samuel de Champlain's Narrative Voyage to the West Indies and Mexico in the Years 1599-1602..., Sir Walter Raleigh's The Discovery of...Guiana..., and Select Letters of Christopher Columbus... Supplementing the book collection (G161.H2), the titles on microform consist of 38 items in series one.

    Holdings:  no.3, no.5, no.8-20, no.22-40, no. 43-44, no. 46-49.

    Call Number: Mic 69 Microcard; 38 items
  • Item 14: Kentucky Culture SeriesAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    The history of Kentucky is represented in this collection of thirty books on microcard. Included are people such as Lewis and Clark and Henry Clay, subjects such as slavery and religion, and miscellaneous cultural curiosities.

    Guides:

    The library's holdings are checked in John Winston Coleman, A Bibliography of Kentucky History. (Z1287.C6, LIBRARY ANNEX). There are also author, title, and subject cards for each item in the main card catalog.

    Call Number: Mic 25. Microcard
  • Item 15: Manifests of Alien ArrivalsAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Statistical and non-statistical manifests of alien arrivals at Brownsville, Texas, February 1905-June 1953 and related indexes/ compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K198, 40 reels.

    Abstract:

    Non-statistical manifests and statistical index cards of aliens arriving at Eagle Pass, Texas, June 1905-November 1929 / compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K199: 27 reels.

    Abstract:

    Permanent and statistical manifests of alien arrivals at Eagle Pass, Texas, June 1905-June 1953 / compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K200: 30 reels.

    Abstract:

    Alphabetical card manifests of alien arrivals at Fort Hancock, Texas 1924-1954 / compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K201: 2 reels.

    Abstract:

    Alphabetical card manifests of alien arrivals at Fabens, Texas, July 1924-1954 / compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K202: 7 reels.

    Abstract:

    Alphabetical manifests of non-Mexican aliens granted temporary admission at Laredo, Texas, December 1, 1929-April 8, 1955 / compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K203: 5 reels.

    Abstract:

    Passenger and crew lists of vessels (March 1931-March 1957) and airplanes (December 1954-March 1957) arriving at Brownsville, Texas / introduction written by Charles Ponders and Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K204: 25 reels.

    Abstract:

    Lists of aliens arriving at Laredo, Texas, from July 1903 to June 1907, via the Mexican National Railroad or the Laredo foot bridge / compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K205: 1 reel.

    Abstract:

    Index to manifests of permanent and statistical arrivals at Eagle Pass, Texas, December 1, 1929-June 1953 / compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K206: 2 reels.

    Abstract:

    Temporary and non-statistical manifests of aliens arriving at Eagle Pass, Texas, July 1928-June 1953 / compiled by Claire Prechtel- Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K207: 14 reels.

    Abstract:

    Lists of aliens arriving at Brownsville, Del Rio, Eagle Pass, El Paso, Laredo, Presidio, Rio Grande City, and Roma, Texas, May 1903-June 1909, and at Aros Ranch, Douglas, Lochiel, Naco, and Nogales, Arizona, July 1906-December 1910 / compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K208: 5 reels.

    Abstract:

    Manifests of alien arrivals at Ajo, Lukeville, and Sonoyta (Sonoita), Arizona, Jan. 1919-Dec. 1952, and at Los Ebanos, Texas, Dec 1950-May 1955 / compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K209: 2 reels.

    Abstract:

    Index to manifests of permanent and statistical arrivals at Laredo, Texas, December 1929-April 1955 / compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens. United States National Archives and Records Administration.

    Call Number: Film K210: 9 reels.

    Call Number: Films K198- K210; 169 reels
  • Item 16: The Other Side: or, Notes for the History of the War between Mexico and the United StatesAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    A translation of "Apuntes para la historia de la guerra entre Mexico y los Estados-Unidos," Mexico, 1848, by R. Alcaraz, A. Barreiro, J.M. Castillo, F.M. Escalante, J.M. Iglesias, M. Munoz, R. Ortiz, M. Payno, G. Prieto, I. Ramirez, N. Saborio, F. Schiafino, F. Segura, P.M. Torrescano, F. Urquidi. Written in Mexico, and translated from the Spanish and edited with notes.

    Author:  Alcazar, Ramon.

    Call Number: Film A17
  • Item 17: Pamphlets on the Spanish Civil WarAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    These pamphlets are from a variety of English, Spanish, and French sources. The series includes propaganda, historical analysis, and commentary.

    Guides:

    At the beginning of each reel there is an alphabetical listing of contents.

    Holdings:  v.1-2. 123 pamphlets in 5 volumes. Reel 1 -- vols. 1-3 and reel 2 -- vols. 4-5

    Call Number: Film J920; 2 reels
  • Item 18: The Papers of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Papers of the Continental Congress at the time of the Revolution of the United States, 1775-1783.

    Author: Compiled by John P. Butler.

    Guide:

    The 5-volume index is located on Lower Level in Microforms. Volumes 1-4 are paged continuously:

    v. 1. Aachen-East Twinse. v. 2. East Whiteland-Leacraft, G. v. 3. Leacraft, W. Pyttis v. 4 Quack-Zwolle v. 5 Chronology

    Note:  "The records reproduced in the microfilm publication are from Records of the Continental and Confederation Congresses and the Constitutional Convention, record group 360 in the National Archives. Indexes included on various reels. Reproduced from original documents issued under the title Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789

    Call Number: Film K1;  204 reels
  • Item 19: Papers of the Headquarters of the British Army in AmericaAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Papers of successive British commanders in American war of independence.

    Guide:

    The index is reproduced on reels 1-2 of this microfilm. A bound index is shelved with microform indexes under the call number, 942.0061 am35

    Added Titles: "Carleton Papers"; "Dorchester Papers"

    Call Number:  Film H81;  30 reels.
  • Item 20: Papers of the NAACPAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    From the Black studies research sources series.

    Call Number: Film M771; 13 reels + guide.
  • Item 21: Plains and the RockiesAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Omitting Texas and Louisiana but including the region lying between the Missouri River and the Sierra Nevada Cascades, from Mexico to the Arctic, the Plains and the Rockies Microcard Series describes books, magazine articles, federal documents, a few compilations, and even newspaper items of personal experience written between the years 1800-1865. There are also promotional tracts, railroad guides and fictional items, bogus narratives and much more that provide a picture of the curious and complex western scene. Arranged by Wagner number, items are accessible by author, title, and subject.

    Guides:

    The microcard series is based on Henry Raup Wagner's The Plains and the Rockies: A Bibliography of Original Narratives of Travel and Adventure (Z1251.W5W2, 1953), which is arranged by year and then each individual item is numbered.

    Call Number: Mic 34. Microcard
  • Item 22: Rerum Britannicarum Media Aevi ScriptoresAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Sometimes referred to as the "Rolls Series", this major collection of source materials is indispensable for the study of medieval England and Ireland. This series was intended to include editions of all the more significant works of the medieval chroniclers of the affairs of Great Britain with particular emphasis on those from unique manuscripts and those which helped to fill blanks in English history; but it also contains a number of Year Books and Cartularies and some record materials. Each paper can be found under the author and title in the main card catalog.

    Guides:

    Kraus Reprint Corporation has provided a guide to this material. microforms) Each item is numbered and referred to from an alphabetical index including titles, authors, persons, and places. For an annotated record, consult Text and Calendars by Edward Lindsay Carson Mullins, Z2016.M8.

    Call Number: Mic 51. Microcard
  • Item 23: Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United StatesAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    The collection contains some 2,000 narratives of former slaves from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. Slave narratives were constructed from questionnaires and conversations with former slaves. These narratives were recorded as nearly as possible in the words and dialects of the informants. Photographs and other documentary evidence are also included in the narratives.

    Author: Federal Writers' Project.

    Guides: 

    Selections from the Slave Narratives are contained in Benjamin A. Botkin's Lay My Burden Down (E444.F26).

    Call Number: Film J860; 11 reels
  • Item 24: Texas as Province and Republic, 1795-1845Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Based on the bibliography by Thomas W. Streeter

    Guides:

    Accompanied by hardcover bibliography/reel index called "Guide"

    Call Number: Film J1117
  • Item 25: Transcript of the Trial of Adolf EichmannAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    This set of microcards contains the transcript, unedited and unrevised, from the District Court of Jerusalem, of the case of the Attorney General of the Government of Israel vs. Adolf Eichmann. During World War II, Eichmann was directly responsible for implementing the Nazi's "Final Solution" -- the extermination of the Jewish people.

    Guides:

    A glossary in German, English, and French, is included on card 64 and 65 of the set.

    Call Number: Mic 35. Microcard, 70 cards
  • Item 26: Transcripts, depositions, consultants reports, and selected documents: Los Angeles, 1965Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    A report from the California Governor's Commission concerning the Los Angeles Riots, December, 1965

    Author:  Governor's Commission on the Los Angeles Riots

    Notes: Includes bibliographies. Library contains the complete set.

    Call Number: Film J683; 5 reels
  • Item 27: Travels in the Old SouthAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Written by a number of travelers, these manuscripts include observations of Southern culture in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

    Guides:

    Our holdings are checked with "Mic 42" in Thomas Dionysus Clark's Travels in the Old South (Z1251.S7.C4) in the General Reference Collection. Items are also listed under, author, title, and subject in the main card catalog.

    Call Number: Mic 42. Microcard
  • Item 28: Witchcraft in Europe and AmericaAdd to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    Abstract:

    Edited by Diane M. Del Cervo, "The renowned Witchcraft Collection at Cornell University's Olin Library forms the nucleus of the collection."

    Guides:

    Paper format guide available on the Microform Index Shelves.

    Call Number: Film M760; 104 reels.

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