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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

Your Security Matters

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Please give us your feedback on the services offered by security officers in the Library by taking this quick survey.

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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  • Religion and American foreign policy, 1945-1960 : the soul of containment
  • Chanel : the vocabulary of style
  • The prosperity of vice : a worried view of economics
  • Introduction to modern dance techniques
  • Now dig this! : art & Black Los Angeles, 1960-1980
  • Michael C. McMillen : train of thought
  • Wittgenstein in exile
  • Twice drawn : modern and contemporary drawings in context
  • The end of the story
  • Making community design work : a guide for planners
  • Turner inspired : in the light of Claude
  • Woody Guthrie : writing America's songs
  • Among others
  • Camille Saint-Saens and his world
  • Physical chemistry : a modern introduction
  • Iroquois art, power, and history
  • Mathematical physics with partial differential equations
  • Letters on God   and, Letters to a young woman
  • The man who sold the world : David Bowie and the 1970s
  • Collaborative Dubliners : Joyce in dialogue
  • Carre d'art, Nimes : Foster + Partners
  • What to look for in winter : a memoir in blindness
  • Calling me home : Gram Parsons and the roots of country rock
  • The intellectual as hero in 1990s Ukrainian fiction
  • Bright moon, white clouds : selected poems of Li Po
  • Managing to change the world : the nonprofit manager's guide to getting results
  • The ethnohistory of the Chowchilla Yokuts
  • The folded earth : [a novel]
  • American heathens : religion, race, and reconstruction in California
  • Byzantium and Islam : age of transition, 7th-9th century
  • Almost never
  • A performer's guide to seventeenth-century music
  • The adventures of Roderick Random
  • The Great Court at the British Museum : Foster + Partners
  • A simple guide to SPSS for political science
  • Winner take all : China's race for resources and what it means for the world
  • Vlad
  • Measurement in sport and exercise psychology
  • The Oxford book of American short stories
  • Steel drums and steelbands : a history
  • Capturing the sublime : Italian drawings of the renaissance and baroque
  • Superman : the high-flying history of America's most enduring hero
  • Alice Munro's narrative art
  • Do the math! : on growth, greed, and strategic thinking
  • Aerogrammes : and other stories
  • So you want to do a solo show?
  • Speculating Daguerre : art and enterprise in the work of L. J. M. Daguerre
  • Continuum physics
  • The politics-administration dichotomy : toward a constitutional perspective
  • Dust to dust : a memoir
  • All men are liars
  • Climate matters : ethics in a warming world
  • Audubon's aviary : the original watercolors for The birds of America
  • Valie Export : Zeit und Gegenzeit  = Time and countertime
  • A guru is born : a novel
  • Postmodernism : style and subversion, 1970-1990
  • Energy flash : a journey through rave music and dance culture
  • Latino American cinema : an encyclopedia of movies, stars, concepts, and trends
  • The casual vacancy
  • Cities of signs : learning the logic of urban spaces
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