Library of Congress Digital Collections
Library of Congress Digital Collections is an immense, searchable collection of digitized materials from among the millions of materials in its holdings. Digitized materials include papers, maps, cartoons, manuscripts, photographs, newspapers, artifacts, recordings and the like. While focusing on United States history and culture, digital materials cover numerous aspects of modern world history.
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