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Microform Collection at American University Library

This guide lists selective microfilm and microfiche titles housed in the American University Library.

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Subjects

African American

Art

Austria

Business

Caribbean

Communism

Cuba

Education

France

Germany

Great Britain

India

International Relations

Library

Literature

Music

Religion

Science

Slavery & Anti-slavery

Social Sciences

South Africa

United States - History

Women Studies

Major Microform Titles by Subject - Page Under Construction

Many titles appear under more than one category.

African American

    Art

    Austria

    Business

    Caribbean (excluding Cuba)

    Communism

    Cuba

     

    Education

    France

    Germany

     

    Great Britain

     

    India

    International Relations

    • American foreign policy index (1993-1995)
      American foreign policy and treaty index
      (1996-1999)
      This work is composed of two parts: nonclassified foreign policy and foreign relations documents of the U.S. Government reproduced in microfiche; and two print indexes for finding these documents.  The documents cover agricultural exports, arms control, disaster relief, environmental cooperation, human rights, humanitarian assistance, international agreements, security, trade regulation, and starting with American Foreign Policy and Treaty Index in 1996, documents pertaining to treaty ratification. 

    Confidential Prints (U.K.)
    Communications between members of the British Foreign Office. The documents are organized so as to relate to the affairs of a particular country or a group of countries, not the location of the official.

    U.S. State Department Central Files
    Formerly confidential correspondence, typescript and holograph of the U.S. State Department. Includes newspaper clippings, despatches, and telegrams. It is an important source of American diplomatic reporting on political, military, social, and economic developments. The original documents are housed in the U.S. National Archives.

      Library

      Literature

      Middle East

      U.S. State Department Central Files
      Formerly confidential correspondence, typescript and holograph of the U.S. State Department. Includes newspaper clippings, despatches, and telegrams. It is an important source of American diplomatic reporting on political, military, social, and economic developments. The original documents are housed in the U.S. National Archives.

      Music

        Religion

        Russia and Soviet Union

         

        Science

        Slavery & Anti-slavery

        Social Sciences

         

        South Africa

        United States - History

        Women Studies

         

         

          • Congressional Globe. 1833-1873.
            Available online in many sources. See U.S. Government Documents guide.