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Covers all aspects of managing and maintaining information and technology.
Formerly Information Science and Library Issues Collection.
Explore more than 40,000 historical photographs and maps documenting the people, places and organizations of Johnson County, Kansas, from the 19th century to the present.
Articles on librarianship and information science.
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Digital historical documents including books, manuscripts, letters, newspapers, photographs, maps and more ranging across topics of national and global relevance.
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Primary source content and research guides related to the history of slavery including legal issues, the Caribbean, children and women under slavery, modes of resistance and more.
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