2 edition of Special collections in libraries of the Pacific Northwest found in the catalog.
Special collections in libraries of the Pacific Northwest
Pacific Northwest Library Association. Reference Division.
|Statement||compiled by the Reference Division.|
|Series||PNLA special publication series|
|LC Classifications||Z731 .P2 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||79065965|
The Tacoma Public Library offers many resources exploring the history of Tacoma and the Pacific Northwest. Under the "Northwest Room" link find photo collections, building indexes, a historic ships and shipping database, and a number of other useful resources. Welcome! This site features materials such as photographs, maps, newspapers, posters, reports and other media from the University of Washington Libraries (including Special Collections), University of Washington Faculty and Departments, and organizations that have participated in partner projects with the UW Libraries.
The library provides access to a large collection of books and other materials in a wide range of subjects. Open to guests, visiting scholars, and the general public, the library is home to one of the most significant theological libraries in the Pacific Northwest. Pacific Northwest Stream Survey Collection, The Pacific Northwest Stream Survey Collection consists of research data, photographs, and reports generated by the U.S. Department of the Interior's Fisheries and Wildlife Service over the course of .
The UW Libraries special collections holds over three-thousand audio recordings of Pacific Northwest indigenous languages. They document over fifty native dialects. Services and resources are provided primarily for University of Washington students, faculty, and staff as part of the Libraries' mission to support teaching, learning, research, and service at the University of Washington. American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Textual Portion. Ancient Near East Photograph Collection. Show All. Cancel. Update. Provenance. special collections. uw faculty, library, and teaching collections. mohai (museum of history and industry) king county snapshots. olympic.
structural transformation of employment in Wisconsin, 1960-1980
Canada and its people of African descent
Bayesian performance evaluation
The Almanac of Seapower 1988
Historical images of education
Proposed amendment to FASB concepts statement no.6 to revise the definition of liabilities
Classic fairy tales from ancient Palestine and Jordan
Outreach work with young men involved in the rent scene of central London 1988/1989
How to reduce and control absenteeism
Freedom of commercial expression
New manual of the costs, forms and rules, in the common law courts of Upper Canada.
Special Collections is the UW Libraries' major resource for rare and archival materials covering a broad range of topics, formats, and periods. The Special Collections reading room, located on the lower level of Allen Library South, is open to the public on : Anne Jenner.
Some of the special features of the collection include pre clippings on a wide range of Pacific Northwest subjects (pamphlet files), fiction set in the Pacific Northwest, explorers' journals, plat atlases, and materials on local theater, outdoor recreation, Northwest Coast Native Americans, local histories, and some funeral home : Anne Jenner.
rows Special Collections collect scrapbooks that document Pacific Northwest history. The. Get this from a library. Special collections in libraries of the Pacific Northwest. [Charles W Smith; Pacific Northwest Library Association.] Home.
WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search # Libraries--Northwest, Pacific--Special collections\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. Portal for digital resources about mountains and mountaineering in Special Collections at the University of Washington.
This project has made textual and visual resources about the history of Pacific Northwest mountaineering available online through the University of Washington Libraries Digital Collection.
The Central Library offers these collections: Seattle Room and Seattle Collection: This collection features unique articles, news clippings, photographs, postcards, city documents, maps, atlases and illustrations, as well as autographed and signed works by famous Americans ranging from Helen Keller to T.S.
Eliot. This collection is on Level History of the Pacific Northwest Collection. Broad subject areas emphasized in this collection include books about Oregon, samples of Oregon literature, and selected books produced or published in Oregon, especially on the Willamette Valley.
Rare materials printed in the Northwest or detailing Northwest history or western expansion are included, as are materials produced at OSU and by the. The literature collection has the largest collection in the Pacific Northwest of Charles Dickens's first edition serial publications; a rare first edition of Samuel Johnson's Dictionary of English Language (); and an impressive D.
Lawrence collection of first editions and handwritten correspondence. Maintaining the salmon and balancing the conflicting needs of the different peoples of the region remains one of the core social and economic controversies in the Pacific Northwest.
About the Database. The information for Salmon Collection was researched and prepared by the UW Libraries Special Collections Division in Special Collections. UPCOMING CLOSURE: Friday, September 6 through Friday, September 13 for maintenance.
University of Washington Libraries' Special Collections collects, preserves and makes accessible rare books, manuscripts, papers, records, photographs, moving. Get this from a library. Special collections in libraries of the Pacific Northwest: a subject guide. [Pacific Northwest Library Association.
Reference Division.]. Special Collections are principally a collection of books and periodicals related to the history and government of the Pacific Northwest. Other collections in our possession include rare books, autographed copies and limited editions, many 19th century U.S.
Government Documents, the Ye Galleon Press Collection and the Almeron T. Perry Science. Special Collections Online. The Seattle Public Library's Special Collections Online include digitized materials selected from the Library's special the search box at the top of this page to search across all collections or browse materials by type, decade and collection.
Whitman College Library had its beginning in with the gift of Rev. Myron Eells of twenty-five dollars, fourteen bound volumes and fifteen pamphlets. The library contains a special collection of books relating to the Pacific Northwest, including valuable material bearing on the life of Marcus Whitman.
Librarian: Harriet L. Carstensen. These are from Powell's Books blog of required reading: 40 books set in the Pacific Northwest. A mix of fiction and nonfiction, these books are perfect to get into the spirit and mindset of the great Northwest.
This list does not include "Fifty Shades of Grey" of "Twilight" thankfully. PNLA is the oldest regional library association in the United States and the only binational association in North America. Members come from Alaska, Alberta, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and beyond.
SincePNLA has provided a professional and social forum for librarians, library workers, and library supporters throughout the vast Pacific Northwest region.
Western Libraries will be closed weekends but open Monday through Friday from am to pm beginning December 10th through January 3rd. The Libraries will also be closed for holidays on Monday, December 26 th and Monday, January 2 nd. Additional areas with special intersession hours are listed below: Open M-F am - noon/ - p.m.
This collection consists of 53 selected illustrations taken from the rare book, History of the Pacific Northwest: Oregon and Washington, Embracing an Account of the Original Discoveries on the Pacific Coast of North America.
Current throughthis guide provides subject descriptions of the special collections of libraries in British Columbia, Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. Arrangement is alphabetical by subject; each library's address and zip code precedes its descriptive entry.
(JD)Author: Kathleen M. Greey, Theodore C. Grams. Northwest Collection. Since its inception, the Washington State Library has preserved and provided access to a comprehensive collection of information on the geographic area we now know as Washington State and the other identified regions of the Pacific Northwest: Oregon, Idaho.
Search the Library Catalog. Includes basic book collection and rare, historical materials from the book collection of our first territorial Governor, Isaac Stevens. Includes current and historical materials covering the Pacific Northwest region, including maps, manuscripts, videos and DVDs.The Essential Man's Library: Must-Read Books San Francisco Chronicle list of The 20th Century's Best Nonfiction of the American West St.
Mark's additional best English language novels of .NWR Illustration by Chandler O'Leary. Tacoma Public Library’s local history, genealogy and special collections are located in the Northwest Room in the Carnegie Building - 2nd floor (C2) of the Main Carnegie building is the original Carnegie Library and the collections and services are dedicated to providing the most comp rehensive and accessible local and regional history.