Exhibitions and Other Interesting Websites
- DoHistory: Martha Ballard
- An experimental, interactive website based on the research that went into Laurel Ulrich's A Midwife's Tale
- From Domesticity to Modernity: What Was Home Economics?
- Perry Visits Japan: A Visual History
- From the John Hay Library, Brown University.
- The Arts and Letters Daily
- The Living Room Candidate
- Archive of US presidential campaign commercials, beginning 1952.
- Earliest Voices: A Gallery from the Vincent Voice Library.
- Includes recordings of William Jennings Bryan, Eugene Debs, Thomas Edison, William Taft, and Booker T. Washington.
- John Bull & Uncle Sam: Four Centuries of
A joint project of the Library of Congress and The British Library, the John Bull and Uncle Sam exhibition brings
together for the first time treasures from the two greatest libraries in the English-speaking world in an exploration
of selected time periods and cultural movements that provide unique insights into the relationship of the United States
and Great Britain.
- Melville's Marginalia Online
- Over the course of Spring 2006, this site will reproduces, in PDF form, some of Melville's marginalia, and even resurrects annotations that Melville had erased. At present (Feb 15 2006), reproduces Melville's annotations on Thomas Beale, The Natural History of the Sperm Whale (1839), an important source for Moby-Dick.
- U.S. Surname Distribution
- Geographical distribution of surnames in the United States.
- White House Tapes
- Includes full recordings of the secret White House recordings, from Roosevelt to Nixon.