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UCLA Film and Television Archive

UCLA Film & Television Archive is the second largest moving image archive in the United States after the Library of Congress, and the world’s largest university-based media archive. They are committed to the collection, restoration and exhibition of moving images. The Archive's public programs can be seen at the Billy Wilder Theater in Westwood Village, Los Angeles. Many items in the Archive's collections can be accessed for research by appointment through the Archive Research & Study Center at UCLA.


UNC Charlotte Atkins Library, Special Collections and University Archives

J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections and University Archives advances scholarship, research, and teaching at UNC Charlotte by building, preserving, and providing access to collections of unique and distinctive value. We work collaboratively with diverse internal and external constituencies to document, preserve, and share the history and culture of the University and the Charlotte region for UNC Charlotte affiliates and for members of the broader community.


University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

The University Archives of the University at Buffalo houses historically valuable material related to the institution and the surrounding Western New York area, with archival collections spanning over 16,000 linear feet. The collections in the Archives are openly available to all UB students, faculty and staff, along with community and global researchers. In addition to records and papers of the University at Buffalo, the University Archives houses over 250 historical collections on regional and national organizations, topics, events, and individuals of interest. Other research strengths include architecture and design, African American history, environment and sustainability, women’s history, and Buffalo history generally. Collections reflect and support faculty research, provide students with research-grounded educational experiences, and deepen engagement with the regional community.


University of Pittsburgh Library System, Archives & Special Collections

Archives & Special Collections within the University of Pittsburgh Library System is one of the largest archival, manuscript and rare book repositories in Pittsburgh. While the topics of our collections mostly focus on people, places, and histories of Western Pennsylvania, they also encompass subjects of national and international importance. You will find historic documents, photographs, maps, rare books, newspapers, audio and video recordings, and much more.


University of South Florida

The University of South Florida Libraries Special Collections houses rare, fragile, and unique materials ranging from a 4,000 year old Sumerian tablet to early printed books, photographs and prints, sheet music, ephemera, and history and literature collections.


The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA)

UTSA Special Collections builds, preserves, and provides access to distinctive archival, photographic, and printed materials, with a particular commitment to documenting the diverse histories and development of our region. We embrace the changing digital landscape by actively exploring new ways to enhance access to our collections. We support the university's ascent to premier research university status by building nationally recognized collections that inspire new knowledge, serving researchers at UTSA and from around the world.


The University of Winnipeg

Located in the heart of Treaty 1 Territory and the traditional lands of the Metis Nation, the University of Winnipeg is a diverse, multicultural urban campus committed to academic excellence, community engagement, and social and environmental sustainability. The University of Winnipeg Archives’ collection mandate aligns with this mission statement in its efforts to document the history of the University of Winnipeg, the local community, as well as support the research interests of faculty and staff, including reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, social justice, and human rights.


University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

The Archives Department at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee has the two-fold mission of documenting the history of UWM and providing access to primary sources, largely from the metropolitan Milwaukee area, that have long-term research and instructional value for UWM academic programs. We serve as an Area Research Center for the Wisconsin Historical Society, providing access to primary sources from all around the state.


We Who Feel Differently

We Who Feel Differently is a database documentary that addresses critical issues of contemporary queer culture. Interviews features conversations with fifty queer academicians, activists, artists, radicals, researchers, and others in Colombia, Norway, South Korea and the United States about the histories and development of LGBTIQQ politics in those countries.


Wearing Gay History

Wearing Gay History is home to the digitized t-shirt collections of numerous lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender archives across the United States.


Wellcome Library

The Wellcome Library is one of the world's major resources for the study of medical history and offers a growing collection of material relating to contemporary medicine and biomedical science in society. The Wellcome Library is currently developing a world-class online resource for the history of medicine by digitizing a substantial proportion of its holdings and making the content freely available on the web.


Yale University Libraries

The Yale University Libraries contain a collection of nearly 15 million print and electronic volumes that are housed in 15 libraries, including Sterling Memorial, Beinecke, and Bass libraries, the Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI), as well as many other school and departmental libraries. Our collections range from ancient papyri and early printed books to digital collections and electronic databases; and they transcend a wide array of formats including text, photographs, video, audio, data, maps, and ephemera. The library includes over 10 special collections units. Two of these units, Beinecke and Manuscripts and Archives, have significant holdings documenting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender history.