Preservation on microfilm of existing issues of short lived monthly Moroccan women periodical published in Casablanca 1983-1986.
English-language magazines published by Afghan resistance to Soviet occupation of Afghanistan, 1982-1991. Titles include:
The Mujahideen monthly
Mirror of jehad : the voice of Afghan mujahideen
The Florida International University Libraries seek to digitize twenty-nine issues of Carteles, an important Cuban magazine published 1919-1960. The digitized issues will be added to holdings already present in the Digital Library of the Caribbean’s Celebrating Cuba! Subsection. Celebrating Cuba! is a recent initiative (2016) established in partnership with the Biblioteca Nacional de Cuba José Martí (BNCJM) and a group of US libraries (the dLOC Cuban Collaborative Steering Committee—I am a member). Given the extensive run of available issues of Carteles in US libraries, the BNCJM agreed with the Steering Committee that having US libraries contribute their unique Carteles issues to the dLOC collection will allow the BNCJM to focus on adding...
This proposal is for the microfilming of the earliest 12 issues of Design, published in India from 1957-1967. CRL has holdings beginning with volume 13 (1969). Also for microfilming of volume 15, number 2 and volume 21, number 10 to fill gaps in CRL’s collection.
On behalf of the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC), Florida International University proposes to digitize 178 issues of four Caribbean Periodicals: Carteles, Habana Yacht Club (H.Y.C.), Miramar Yacht Club, and Savacou. The project will be carried out with dLOC partners: the University of the West Indies (Mona, Jamaica), the University of Florida, and additionally, the Florida International University Libraries Special Collections Department. FIU and UWI hold the actual copies of the periodicals which are in fragile condition. The project seeks to preserve them.
Ingesting at CRL of digitized images of the Tamil periodical Kutiyaracu and cataloging the digital resource. The digital images are being provided by the University of Chicago Library.
The project aims to digitize the literary magazine Madhuparka. A list of volumes and issues along with a brief description of the proposed title is appended.
The digital copy would be prepared from the original periodicals. Each digital copy would be sent to SAMP and kept at Madan Puraskar Pustakalaya (MPP).
Publicaciones Políticas y Culturales Argentinas (C. 1900-1950). Microfilmed by LAMP in cooperation with Centro de Documentación e Investigación de la Cultura de Izquierdas en la Argentina (CeDInCI), the collection comprises printed materials issued by the political left and anarchist movements in Argentina from the early to mid-twentieth century, including periodicals, books, pamphlets, flyers, and other publications of communist, socialist, anti-fascist, and other leftist groups.
Materials on the microfilm set (also called Serie 2) are organized into six thematic units:Publicaciones del Bureau Sudamericano de la Internacional Comunista (1926-1935) Revistas Político-Culturales orgánicas del Partido Comunista (1933-1938) ...
Serial publications from 1960’s, Indonesia & Netherlands.Suluh was produced by Indonesian students in the Netherlands. Suara GAPENSI (“Madjalah Bulanen Gabungan Pemborong Nasional Seluruh Indonesia”) periodical. Powerful organization/association of contractors, this their trade magazine. Gelora 45 began 1964, ceased in 1965. Advisor/founder Amir Hamzah Sihombing died 1966. “Spirit of 45” The generation dedicated to Indonesian independence, making Indonesia a unified nation.
Two Tamil Women's journals: Matar Manorancani (1899-1917); Pen Kalvi (1911-1918).
Official organ of the West India Committee. Published in London fortnightly. Deals with West Indian affairs generally (economic conditions, travel and description), but especially the interests of the West India Committee (sugar trade, shipping, trade statistics, etc.).
Published v. 1-74; 1886?-1958
(continued by Chronicle of the West Indies Committee)
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