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Holocaust In Film & Lit JWST-3440-01

Representing the Holocaust: Literary and Filmic Depictions of the Undepictable

Document Collections on Microfilm

Zionist Congresses, Ezel Movement, Mandate Palestine (Microfiche)

What's a Microform?

Microform is a common way to preserve and store primary source documents. Images are taken of each page or item, miniaturized, and copied onto microfilm (reels of film) or microfiche (individual cards made of film).

Our microform collections are on the sixth floor of Howard-Tilton, where we also have several microform readers that allow users to print or save images electronically in various formats for future reading or consultation.  Learning more about our microform collections and services at

Newspapers on Microfilm

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