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For anyone who teaches Alison Bechdel’s graphic memoir Fun Home this open access digital reading was developed to help undergraduates navigate the book’s many literary and cultural allusions. This reading guide was built using Scalar.
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The Library of Congress has put the papers of Alexander Hamilton online for the first time in their original format. The Library holds the world’s largest collection of Hamilton papers—approximately 12,000 items concentrated from 1777 until Hamilton’s death in 1804, including letters, legal papers and drafts of speeches and writings, among other items. Now, for the first time, these original documents—many in Hamilton’s own hand—will be available for researchers, students or the generally curious anywhere in the world to explore, zoom in and read.
Library of Congress, Office of Communications