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Contains a large amount of pre 1900 erotic books, newspapers, ephermera and more: https://catalog.mwa.org/vwebv/search?searchArg1=sex&argType1=all&searchCode1=GKEY&combine2=and&searchArg2=&argType2=all&searchCode2=GKEY&combine3=and&searchArg3=&argType3=all&searchCode3=GKEY&yearOption=range&fromYear=&toYear=&type=all&location=all&language=all&place=all&recCount=10&searchType=2&page.search.search.button=Search Also look for "Racy Newspapers" in their Clarence Newspaper Database. Founded in 1812 by Revolutionary War patriot and printer Isaiah Thomas, the American Antiquarian Society is both a learned society and a major independent research library. The AAS library today houses the largest and most accessible collection of books, pamphlets, broadsides, newspapers, periodicals, music, and graphic arts material printed through 1876 in what is now the United States, as well as manuscripts and a substantial collection of secondary texts, bibliographies, and digital resources and reference works related to all aspects of American history and culture before the twentieth century. AAS was presented with the 2013 National Humanities Medal by President Obama in a ceremony at the White House.
Contains the Tasical Sex and Leather Collection, the Good Vibrations Collection, a Queer Zine collection, the Pysique collection, the Penelope Homosexual Language Study, the Homophobia collection, as well as the papers of many individuals. The Yale University Libraries contain a collection of nearly 15 million print and electronic volumes that are housed in 15 libraries, including Sterling Memorial, Beinecke, and Bass libraries, the Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI), as well as many other school and departmental libraries. Our collections range from ancient papyri and early printed books to digital collections and electronic databases; and they transcend a wide array of formats including text, photographs, video, audio, data, maps, and ephemera. The library includes over 10 special collections units, two of which, Beinecke and Manuscripts and Archives have significant holdings documenting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender history.
The principal purpose of The M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives is to collect, preserve, provide access to, exhibit, and encourage use of the University Libraries' unique manuscript and archival materials, the official records of the University, rare books, and printed materials. These materials are acquired by gift or purchase and serve the current and future research interests of faculty, students, and others affiliated with the University as well as other researchers from the region and beyond.