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Photo Exhibit:
Labor Landmarks of San Francisco


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


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

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Rediscover a Lost Television Classic


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

eBook Textbooks!


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

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  • The quantum exodus : Jewish fugitives, the atomic bomb, and the Holocaust
  • The war of the sexes : how conflict and cooperation have shaped men and women from prehistory to the present
  • Authentic Blackness/ real  Blackness : essays on the meaning of Blackness in literature and culture
  • 2052 : a global forecast for the next forty years
  • Mothering and motherhood in ancient Greece and Rome
  • When my brother was an Aztec
  • New collected poems
  • Public policy : a new introduction
  • A performer's guide to seventeenth-century music
  • The man who disappeared (America)
  • Evolution's witness : how eyes evolved
  • The Tea Party : a brief history
  • Social media and music : the digital field of cultural production
  • Engaging musical practices : a sourcebook for middle school general music
  • Disability and mothering : liminal spaces of embodied knowledge
  • Groundwaters : a century of art by self-taught and outsider artists
  • Speculating Daguerre : art and enterprise in the work of L. J. M. Daguerre
  • Transforming folk : innovation and tradition in English folk-rock music
  • Vernacular eloquence : what speech can bring to writing
  • Handbook of African American psychology
  • China's design revolution
  • You'll know when you get there : Herbie Hancock and the Mwandishi band
  • The planets
  • The Great Court at the British Museum : Foster + Partners
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson in Europe : class, race and revolution in the making of an American thinker
  • The politics of international criminal justice : German perspectives from Nuremberg to the Hague
  • The end of the story
  • Principles of chemical nomenclature : a guide to IUPAC recommendations
  • Vlad
  • The democratization of Albania
  • The good Muslim : a novel
  • Valie Export : Zeit und Gegenzeit  = Time and countertime
  • The coldest night : a novel
  • Gothic : architecture, sculpture, painting
  • Graphic design : a new history
  • Albert Camus : solitude and solidarity
  • Michael C. McMillen : train of thought
  • Savage anxieties : the invention of western civilization
  • All men are liars
  • Handbook of racial & ethnic minority psychology
  • Almost never
  • The Latin American photobook
  • Repackaging libraries for survival : climbing out of the box
  • Steel drums and steelbands : a history
  • Hot pink
  • Russia and the West from Alexander to Putin : honor in international relations
  • A daring life : a biography of Eudora Welty
  • Even the rat was white : a historical view of psychology
  • Twice drawn : modern and contemporary drawings in context
  • Hotel Lautreamont : contemporary poetry from Uruguay
  • Chaucer and the cultures of love and marriage
  • Who's #1? : the science of rating and ranking
  • The Black revolution on campus
  • Out of bounds : British black & Asian poets
  • Urban theory
  • Childism : confronting prejudice against children
  • Sexual intelligence : what we really want from sex--and how to get it
  • Social forces and states : poverty and distributional outcomes in South Korea, Chile, and Mexico
  • Voices of the people in nineteenth-century France
  • Claes Oldenburg
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