Sites added in November-December
The following sites were added to the World Wide Web Virtual Library Labour and Busines History in November-December 2000, for a grand total of 1,682 sites.
- Belasting & Douane Museum (Rotterdam). General information.
- Bibliothek der Freien (Berlin). Anarchist library, catalog (large file).
- Brickmakers Index maintained by David Cufley. Information on an index of brickfield workers and owners, mainly from the South East of England. Includes bibliography.
- Canadian Council of Archives - Directory of Business Archives. Part of the Directory of Archival Repositories of the Canadian Council of Archives.
- Centre d'Estudis Històrics Internacionals (Barcelona). Brief overview of the considerable collections on the Second Republic, Civil War, and Franco period; catalog through the University of Barcelona.
- Core Historical Literature of Agriculture at Cornell University. Over 800 searchable agricultural texts published between the early nineteenth century and the middle to late twentieth century.
- Dunaskin Open Air Museum (Doon Valley, Scotland), on the site of the Dalmellington Iron Works. General information.
- Graphic Witness. Dedicated to social commentary through graphic imagery by artists working from the turn of the 20th century to the present.
- Guide to Australian Business Records at the Australian Society of Archivists.
- Greenwich Industrial History Society. Newsletter.
- Guide to Sources of Labour Information at the International Labour Organization. Core information resources in the field of labour; a practical aid for librarians.
- Journal of Trotsky Studies. Contents of back issues (until 1996).
- Museum of Broadcast Communications (Chicago, IL). Overview of its resources including the Nielsen Online Research Center with thousands of television and radio programs, commercials etc (online catalog).
- Prague Spring 1968 at the ThinkQuest Library. An educational site.
- Red de Recuperación y Protección de Archivos de los Trabajadores y de los Movimientos Sociales Argentinos. General information.
- Select English Language Works on the History of Eastern Europe by Anna M. Cienciala (University of Kansas), February 2000. Emphasis on Poland, Czechoslovakia and Hungary.
- Social Change maintained by Gene Shackman. Meta-index on long term, large scale changes in social, political and economic systems at the national and international levels.
- Utopia at the New York Public Library: the search for the ideal society in the Western world. Includes bibliography.
- Welsh Mines Society. Newsletter.
Posted: 15 January 2001