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Internetwork Mail Guide

The Internetwork Mail Guide, recently updated, documents methods of sending mail from one network to another. It represents the aggregate knowledge of the readers of comp.mail.misc and many contributors from other sources. The Guide explains e-mail sending conventions between different combinations of many different networks. It is provided by Scott Yanoff. Also available is a forms-based service...

ftp://ftp.csd.uwm.edu/pub/internetwork-mail-guide
Milwaukee Neighborhoods: Photos and Maps, 1885-1992

Many cities recognize that residents have a close attachment to their neighborhoods, and despite talk of a diminished sense of community, many urban-dwellers still feel a close affinity to their particular locale. Quite a few cities have begun to develop multimedia archives that explore their city's history, with a special focus on individual neighborhoods. This most recent digital exhibit...

https://uwm.edu/lib-collections/mkenh/
Greetings from Milwaukee: Selections from the Thomas and Jean Ross Bliffert Postcard Collection

For close to 80 years, Milwaukee was home to two rather prodigious postcard publishers, the L.L. Cook Company and the E.C. Kropp Company. Utilizing the latest technology, these two companies produced thousands of cards that detailed the city's built environment, and in doing so, creating an extensive visual archive of the city's history and culture. Recently, the University of...

https://uwm.edu/lib-collections/greetings-from-milwaukee/
Selections from The Curriculum Library's Historical Collection

If you have ever sat up at night wondering, "Where is the C in CAKE and COD?" you will need to wonder no more after you turn the digital pages of "Dolly's ABC" from 1854. Along with "Dolly's ABC", this delightful collection from the Curriculum Library's Historical Collection at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee offers up nineteen complete children's books of historical importance. This...

https://collections.lib.uwm.edu/digital/collection/ccm/searc...
American Geographical Society Digital Photo Archive

The University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee has rolled out a number of fine digital collections over the past few years that have covered everything from Golda Meir to the Milwaukee Repertory Theater. This latest addition provides access to over 2000 photographs from the American Geographical Society Library (AGSL). The current collection is primarily focused on countries in Asia and the Middle East,...

https://uwm.edu/lib-collections/asia-middle-east/
Architectural Drawings of Willis and Lillian Leenhouts

Willis and Lillian Leenhouts were a husband and wife team that specialized in single-family residences, and they were well known around the Midwest for their regional modernist style and ability to effectively utilize solar technology in their designs. From the 1940s to the 1980s, the Leenhouts built dozens of projects, and this digital collection from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee...

https://uwm.edu/lib-collections/architectural_drawings/
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Travel Diaries and Scrapbooks of Harrison Forman 1932-1973

The late Harrison Forman was a well-known photojournalist, world traveler, and fellow of the American Geographical Society. During his long career, he focused on places such as the South Pacific, Africa, South America, and the Middle East. He was known as a "modern Marco Polo" and his primary interest was in people and their daily lives. Years after he passed away, his photo collection of about...

https://uwm.edu/lib-collections/forman-diaries/
COVID-19 MKE

Tracking reflections and responses since Milwaukee, Wisconsin's first COVID-19 cases were reported on March 13, 2020, COVID-19 MKE captures a unique moment in time at a community level. The site was designed by UW-Milwaukee Professor Christopher Cantwell and students in his Local History Research Methods class, with the goal of "document[ing] how the Milwaukee area experienced the COVID-19...

https://liblamp.uwm.edu/omeka/covid19mke/
Gathering Places

Milwaukee gets its name from the Algonquin word for "gathering place." Gathering Places, an ongoing project, archives and celebrates the role of places of worship play in building Milwaukee's identity and community. The project notes that, "as sites where people regularly gather for worship and fellowship, the city's churches, synagogues, mosques, and temples have helped make the city what it is...

https://liblamp.uwm.edu/omeka/gatheringplaces/
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