- American Memory Digital Collections 1900-1929
- From the Library of Congress American Memory project. Browse 26 digital collections on this time period.
- Clash of Cultures in the 1910s and 1920s
- The Ohio State University's resource
on Prohibition, the Ku Klux Klan, Feminism, and The Scopes Trial.
Primary and secondary resources consist of images, photos, newspaper
articles and opinions, and statistics.
- Digital History - The 1920s
- The University of Houston's Digital History
Collection contains resources on
1920s life in the United States. Use the silver tabs (Overview,
Textbook, Documents, etc.) to access the information by topic.
- Digital History - World War 1
- Primary source images, music, movies, and documents about World War 1 from the University of Houston's Digital History Collection.
- Global Guide to the First World War
- Historians from multiple countries give a brief history of World War 1 from a global perspective.
- Guide to World War I Materials
- From the Library of Congress. This collection includes photographs, documents, newspapers, films, sheet music, sound recordings, and links to related information on external websites.
- Teaching with Documents: The Volstead Act and Related Prohibition Documents
- This National Archives teachers' resource contains primary documents related to Prohibition in the United States. View additional related topics by selecting "1890-1930" in the sidebar menu.
- World War 1
- A substantial collection of digitized sources and articles about World War 1 from the British Library.
- World War 1 in Photos
- A digital exhibit of photographs from World War 1, presented by The Atlantic.
- World War I Document Archive
- Explore primary source documents, arranged by topic, format, or by year. Sources compiled by volunteer members of the WWI Military History List.
Maintained by the staff of the
Social Science & History Department,
State Library Resource Center,
Enoch Pratt Free Library