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The Central Files for Cuba and Diplomatic Post records are two searchable collections in the History Vault database.The definitive primary source for US foreign diplomatic correspondence, intelligence and political, military, social and economic coverage of Cuba between 1960-1963. Searchable for foreign or internal affairs..
Contains Documents and Reports from the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Includes committee reports related to bills and other matters, presidential communications to Congress, maps, treaty materials, as well as some non-governmental publications. During for much of the 19th century, especially in the pre-Civil War era, the Serial Set includes materials originating not only from the U.S. Congress but also key Executive Department publications.
Direct link to the newspaper section of ProQuest. Includes Alt-Press Watch, Ethnic NewsWatch, GenderWatch, Latin American Newsstand, Canadian Newsstand Complete, ProQuest Newsstand, ProQuest Historical Newspapers. Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Times of London, and The Tennessean.
All current Vanderbilt University students, faculty, and staff have access, both on and off campus.
TV News Archives
In addition to the nine campus libraries, Vanderbilt is home to the TV New Archives, the world's most extensive and complete archive of television news.
You can search the TV New Archives via their website. The footage can be viewed within the Central Library or at the TV News Archives office at Suite 704 of the Baker Building.
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