Articles, reports & manuscript material illustrating LGBTQ history and culture since 1940.
ACLU clippings, correspondence, subject files, case files and administrative documents covering major civil liberties issues of the 20th century.
Mergent Archives is an online database featuring a vast, indexed collection of more than a century’s worth of global corporate and industry related documents. This collection contains hundreds of thousands of reports covering over 100 countries and industries.
Online version of the Chicago Manual of Style.
Birds of North America is now Birds of the World.
Birds of the World brings together scholarly content from four celebrated works of ornithology—Birds of North America and Neotropical Birds (originally published by the Cornell Lab) with Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive and Bird Families of the World (originally published by Lynx Edicions)—into one rich and colorful hub where you can find comprehensive, authoritative information on birds. With the integration of millions of bird observations from eBird and images from the Macaulay Library, Birds of the World is the most powerful ornithological resource ever created.
Digital library of scripts by living writers which can be filtered by title, length, age level, genre, subject matter, production history, script availability, cast size and characteristics, playwright, and playwright demographics. Includes a directory of organizations and one of people, which are faceted by role (dramaturgs and types of writers), gender identity, race/ethnic identity, sexual identity, and location. While the focus is currently North American, the intended scope is international.
Collection of back issues of American, British and European magazines and journals in the arts, humanities & social sciences.
Formerly part of Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL), Gale Directory Library includes online directories and reference works such as Business Rankings Annual, Encyclopedia of Business Information Sources, and Market Share Reporter.
Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL) is rebranded as Gale Ebooks.
Presenting content from across the globe, this resource features audio field recordings and related materials such as interviews, field notebooks, slides, correspondence and ephemera. UW users have access to University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives content only.