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  1. German Maps (Topographische Karte 1:25,000)

    German Maps (Topographische Karte 1:25,000)

    A set of topographic maps of pre-World War II Germany, originally printed by the German government, and confiscated by the British and U.S. military after the war. Most of these maps are reprints by the British Geographical Section, General Staff, or the U.S. Army Map Service.

  2. Government Documents

    Material published by every federal agency spanning over 150 years.

  3. Juvenile Literature Collection

    Direct access to the library’s print collections aimed at a juvenile audience (children and young adults).

  4. Primrose International Viola Archive (PIVA)

    The largest repository of materials related to the viola in the world, including the Ulrich Drüner Collection of Viola Music.

  5. Victoria R.I. Bibliography

    This site is a completed, electronic version of the printed bibliography Victoria R. I., representing the nucleus of the library’s Victorian Collection.

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