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An Introduction to Library Resources

   This guide describes resources in the University of Delaware Library that are related to topics covered by BAMS 381.  Included are many of the core resources listed elsewhere in the Library Research Guides; however, additional items of special interest to this specific class have also been included. 

   Consider these as starting points for your research.  Additional materials will be uncovered through a careful exploration of the Library website and catalogs. 

Photo: "Chicago ghetto on the South Side." May 1974. Photo by John H. White. 

Source:  U.S. National Archives, ARC Identifier 556220.


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