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Activism and social reformAdult and continuing educationAfrican-AmericansAmerican literatureAmerican poetryArchitectureBiographyBritish literatureBroadcasting historyBusiness and industryCartoonistsChildren's literatureChurch and clergyCivil War (U.S.)Dance and theatreFrench literatureHistoriansIllustratorsIndustrial designJournalists and journalismMilitary historyMusicNew York State history and ephemeraPaintersPhotographers and photojournalistsPlasticsPolitics, government, and public administrationPopular culturePublishing and printing historyRadicalism in the artsReligion and philosophyScience and medicineScience fictionSculptorsWomen authors

Activism and social reform (134 collections)

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Adult and continuing education (109 collections)

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African-Americans (58 collections)

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American literature (224 collections)

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American poetry (200 collections)

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Architecture (42 collections)

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Biography (34 collections)

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British literature (98 collections)

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Broadcasting history (89 collections)

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Business and industry (218 collections)

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Cartoonists (217 collections)

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Children's literature (38 collections)

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Church and clergy (142 collections)

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Civil War (U.S.) (67 collections)

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Dance and theatre (58 collections)

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French literature (23 collections)

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Historians (46 collections)

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Illustrators (124 collections)

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Industrial design (78 collections)

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Journalists and journalism (113 collections)

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Military history (156 collections)

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Music (117 collections)

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New York State history and ephemera (539 collections)

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Painters (170 collections)

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Photographers and photojournalists (60 collections)

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Plastics (73 collections)

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Politics, government, and public administration (224 collections)

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Popular culture (91 collections)

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Publishing and printing history (106 collections)

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Radicalism in the arts (77 collections)

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Religion and philosophy (130 collections)

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Science and medicine (108 collections)

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Science fiction (44 collections)

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Sculptors (75 collections)

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Women authors (126 collections)

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