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Photo Exhibit:
Labor Landmarks of San Francisco

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Dual Views explores the hidden historic labor landscape of San Francisco. Library Gallery - 4th Floor, Mar. 19 – Aug. 7 more

Library’s Oldest Manuscript Digitized

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The 1368 Oath, part of the Frank V. de Bellis Collection, can now be seen in the Digital Special Collections. more

Rediscover a Lost Television Classic

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Blacks, Blues, Black! was thought ‘lost’ for decades but The Bay Area TV Archive has made the classic series available. more

eBook Textbooks!

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The Library has published a list of required textbooks available for FREE online as an e-book. more

Get More Out of Google

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Tips & Tricks for students conducting online research.
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  • Hong Kong fantasies : challenging world-class city standards
  • Jindrich Heisler : surrealism under pressure, 1938-1953
  • The pleasures of reading in an age of distraction
  • Burnt cork : traditions and legacies of blackface minstrelsy
  • The planets
  • Squeeze this! : a cultural history of the accordion in America
  • The Cambridge companion to Mario Vargas Llosa
  • On representation : Deleuze and Coetzee on the colonized subject
  • A hunger artist and other stories
  • Mughal architecture & gardens
  • Arendt and Adorno : political and philosophical investigations
  • The ethnohistory of the Chowchilla Yokuts
  • Inside : [a novel]
  • Five works
  • The flowers of war
  • Avant garde : an American odyssey from Gertrude Stein to Pierre Boulez
  • Conspiracy theories
  • A performer's guide to seventeenth-century music
  • The reeducation of Cherry Truong : a novel
  • Public policy : a new introduction
  • The man who disappeared (America)
  • Think tanks in America
  • The designer's guide to doing research : applying knowledge to inform design
  • Changing places : urbanity, citizenship, & ideology in new European neighbourhoods
  • First episode
  • Videogramme : Die Bildwelten Biologischer Experimentalsysteme als Kunst- und Theorieobjekt = Videograms : the pictorial worlds of biological experimentation as an object of art and theory
  • Voices of the people in nineteenth-century France
  • Social things : an introduction to the sociological life
  • Climate change policy failures : why conventional mitigation approaches cannot succeed
  • Ai Weiwei : art / architecture
  • The great divergence : America's growing inequality crisis and what we can do about it
  • The vitality of allegory : figural narrative in modern and contemporary fiction
  • Ice trilogy
  • By blood : a novel
  • Bartering with the bones of their dead : the Colville Confederated tribes and termination
  • Chemistry of the environment
  • Sol Lewitt : structures, 1965-2006
  • Fashion futures
  • Physical chemistry : a modern introduction
  • Statistical models and causal inference : a dialogue with the social sciences
  • The Reichstag : Foster + Partners
  • Giotto
  • Going mobile : developing apps for your library using basic HTML programming
  • Exploring research in music education and music therapy
  • Jeff Koons : one ball total equilibrium tank
  • Living color : the biological and social meaning of skin color
  • Global Islamophobia : Muslims and moral panic in the West
  • Rawls and law
  • How it began : a time- traveler's guide to the universe
  • Masters of the planet : the search for our human origins
  • Repackaging libraries for survival : climbing out of the box
  • Transatlantic feminisms in the age of revolutions
  • Among others
  • Public management and administration : an introduction
  • This is how you lose her
  • Capturing the sublime : Italian drawings of the renaissance and baroque
  • Urban composition : developing community through design
  • Latino American cinema : an encyclopedia of movies, stars, concepts, and trends
  • Alif the unseen
  • The decision point : six cases in U.S. foreign policy decision making
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