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Adam Matthew
Publisher of unique digital primary source products providing access to collections from leading archives and libraries around the world.
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Quartex 8h
Learn about the latest developments within our platform at booth #515
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Quartex Jun 17
See for yourself how incorporates advanced technologies to make all archival content fully searchable – only at booth #515
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Adam Matthew Jun 17
1885 the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York Harbor. Our recent collection, 'America in World War Two: Oral Histories and Personal Accounts', contains many references to this American symbol. Find out what else is included here:
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Quartex Jun 17
Come to booth #515 for a demo by one of our team to see the groundbreaking technology that uses
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Quartex Jun 16
Attention ! If you want to find out how can help you easily publish, showcase and share your archival material, then head over to booth #515
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Quartex Jun 14
We’re here and ready for ! We hope to see you at booth #515 on Sunday
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Adam Matthew Jun 14
Read the new - ‘Pride and Prejudice: 50 years since Stonewall’ as we look back at some of the events and social and political changes within the community, 50 years on from the Stonewall riots.
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Adam Matthew Jun 14
in 1928, Emmeline Pankhurst passed away at the age of 74. One of Britain's most remarkable suffragettes, we have delved into our collections to find this newspaper from the following day in her remembrance
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Adam Matthew Jun 14
We are pleased to be exhibiting at , visit our booth with and learn more about our primary source collections for American Studies.
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LGBT+ Staff of USW Jun 12
VERY impressed with the selection that has brought with them to the colloquium!
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Adam Matthew Jun 11
We are excited to be at ! Come and visit our booth to learn more about our unique digital primary source products.
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Quartex Jun 10
Find out what the Quartex team have been up to over the past month by visiting our news page - don't forget to subscribe!
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Project Counter Jun 9
We're delighted to announce that is now fully compliant with Release 5 of the Code of Practice, having successfully passed an independent audit.
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World Christianity Jun 10
Some of CSWC and archives are now digitally available through the Missionary Studies resource produced by
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Adam Matthew Jun 7
In this weeks we have been inspired by to explore the earlier 'romantic friendship' of the Ladies of Llangollen, featured in our Defining Gender Collection. Read more here:
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Quartex Jun 6
Take a look at our Browse Sections feature, now available within the platform
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Quartex Jun 6
If you have a spare couple of minutes and will be attending this month, then fill out the following form to participate in our usability study. All those who take part will be given a FREE $10 Starbucks voucher!
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Adam Matthew Jun 6
Replying to @Choice_Reviews
Listen to the full webinar here: 'Reflections on the 75th anniversary of ' with guests Michael Neiberg, US Army War College & Kimberly Guise, The National WWII Museum
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Adam Matthew Jun 6
On this day 75 year ago, the Allied operation landed more than 150,000 troops in Normandy. In this brief clip, taken from our recent webinar on the topic, John shares his personal experience of Omaha Beach that day.
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Choice.Reviews Jun 5
Watch the ACRL/Choice Webinar: Reflections on the 75th anniversary of : The personal experiences of WW2 w/Michael Neiberg, Prof of History & Kimberly Guise, Asst Director
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