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I need to find some untranscribed handwritten letters written by people of varying social, educational and economic status in order to analyze how their language use differs according to these and other factors. Something that might work could be a collection of letters which a person received during a certain period of their life from multiple… (Show more)
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The Manuscript Division at the Library of Congress holds the papers of twenty-three presidents from George Washington to Calvin Coolidge. The Library is currently conducting a years-long project to digitize all of these presidential collections. The papers of the following presidents are held at the Library of Congress. Those with links provided… (Show more)
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The Manuscript Division has announced that the microfilm edition of the papers of U.S. president Grover Cleveland (1837-1908) has been digitized and is now available online for the first time from the Library of Congress. Cleveland, the twenty-second and twenty-fourth U.S president, is the only president to serve two non-consecutive terms in… (Show more)
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When reviewing and/or transcribing, if the letter head is in all capital letters, do we transcribed or edit it to be exactly the same? Also when we do letter head do we do spacing differently. I have typed out the information as well as added the link below. Please advise and thank you in advance for your help!   ANSWERED, AUG 11 1918 THE… (Show more)
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Hi! I'm working on an article related to the extinct Caribbean monk seal and have exhausted the online resources I can find. I'm curious as to whether NARA and/or LOC have records related to the monk seal, including images, that haven't been made available online? Thanks
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My father was wanting copies of his military photos. I have the original ones. I went through them today and sent pictures so he could tell me which ones he wanted. We found out that I do not have one of him in his dress uniform. He was disappointed. I'd love to see if I could find this for him and surprise him. He trained in Fort Jackson SC in A… (Show more)
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I am researching the first cross-country auto across the US in 1925. The automobile was a Packard 8. It was owned by Lt Leigh Wade, who was among the first fliers in the world to circumnavigate the world in 1924 in Douglas cruises. The road trip was in June of 1925. It started in Los Angeles to NYC. Does anyone have information on the first and… (Show more)
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This transcription is marked as finished but it inorrectly has the content from the previous page that seeped through onto the backside of the page: https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/rough-rider-bull-moose-theodore-roosevelt/1-aug-1759-mar-6-1901-rough-rider-to-vice-pres…
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Hi! Please delete this record. It is a copy of the next one on line, and it is wrongly transcribed. Thanks, Sharon https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/rough-rider-bull-moose-theodore-roosevelt/4-jan-1903-july-15-1904-naturalist-and-nominee…
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I would like to know the Caribbean American influence on American agriculture.  Are there people of Caribbean American Heritage that influenced agriculture in the United States?
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I have been working on the Roosevelt collection and found various amounts of shorthand.  I do not know how to transcribe that.  What should I do with that?
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