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Only @Your Library: Resources @ the Main

In-House Resources at the Main Library

These remarkable electronic resources are available at designated stations in the Main Library.

Adult Literacy

Project Read – 2nd Floor

Project Read
Adult learners can improve their English-language reading, writing, spelling and phonics skills.

Book Arts & Special Collections

SF History Center – 6th Floor

American Book Prices Current
Annual auction sales record of books, manuscripts, autographs, maps and broadsides. This unique English-language tool is the standard and is essential to dealers, appraisers, scholars and tax authorities for evaluating these materials.
Atlas Sive Cosmographicae Meditationes de Fabrica Mundi et Fabricati Figura
Digital reproduction of a copy of Mercator's Atlas in the Library of Congress. The original was published in Duisburg, Germany, in 1595. Searchable text.
The Book of Kells
Images of the entire manuscript with detailed reproductions of significant pages. Narrated history with descriptions of decorative and symbolic themes.
Calligraphy: Calligraphic Art
Images of Dennis Brown’s work in various media with notes by the artist, essays, articles, and video clips.
Comedies, Histories & Tragedies: First Folio, London, 1623
Electronic facsimile of the 1623 first Shakespeare folio, from a copy in the Folger Shakespeare Library. Searchable text.
The Complete New Yorker
Complete text and illustrations from the magazine, 1925 through 2005, in a searchable format.
Horæ beatæ Mariæ ad usum Romanum: France, 1524
Digitized version of the 1524 manuscript in the Library of Congress. Searchable text.
Libro de arte Coquinaria
Digital facsimile of the copy in the Library of Congress. English translation and commentary by Gillian Riley. Additional commentary by various authors.
Turning the Pages: The Collection
A selection of digitized pages from rare books in the British Library.
The World of Alphabets by Hermann Zapf: A Kaleidoscope of Drawings and Letterforms
Hundreds of color digital reproductions of typeface sketches, calligraphic exemplars, broadside layouts, and book designs representing Zapf's career.

Business Web Resources

Business, Science & Technology–4th Floor

Business, Science & Technology Workstation
Workstation offers limited access to selected databases and Web sites.

Children

Children's Center–2nd Floor

Electronic Discovery Center
Internet and word processing resources to help develop 21st century skills in children under the age of 13.

Communication

Library for the Blind & Print Disabled–2nd Floor

Braille Embosser
Prints tactile braille onto paper.
Braille Translation Software
Translates print characters from electronic files into an electronic file that can then be emailed or printed out in tactile braille via an embosser.
Refreshable Braille Display
Turns onscreen text into tactile braille

Deaf Services Center–1st Floor

Sorenson SVRS
The Deaf Services' videophone allows sign-language users to communicate with each other directly or to communicate with hearing people with assistance from a sign language interpreter.

Jobs & Career Web Resources

Business, Science & Technology–4th Floor

Business, Science & Technology Workstation
Workstation offers limited access to selected databases and Web sites.

Language Translation

International Center–3rd Floor

Promt
Machine translation software translates text from French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish into English, and vice-versa.

Library for the Blind & Print Disabled–2nd Floor

Braille Embosser
Prints tactile braille onto paper.
Braille Translation Software
Translates print characters from electronic files into an electronic file that can then be emailed or printed out in tactile braille via an embosser.
Refreshable Braille Display
Turns onscreen text into tactile braille.

Naturalization and Citizenship

International Center–3rd Floor and
Government Information Center–5th Floor

Citizenship Toolkit
Prepare for the USCIS naturalization interview with these helpful resources, including a guide to naturalization, detailed practice materials, and a list of local organizations.

Patents & Trademarks

Government Information Center–5th Floor

CASSIS2
Full-text patents from DVDs provided by the US Patent & Trademark Office.
PubWest
The public version of Web-based Examiner’s Search Tool (WEST), an internal database of the US Patent & Trademark Office used by patent examiners.

San Francisco History

SF History Center–6th Floor

Index to Roster of California Pioneers
Cumulative April 2008 update to the printed Index, previously updated in June 2002.
Miwok Indians
Archival information including photographs, sound recordings, and textual material. Searchable by author, title, periodical, series, keyword, and holdings.
Pomo Indians
Archival information including photographs, sound recordings, and textual material. Searchable by author, title, periodical, series, keyword, and holdings.
The San Francisco Oracle: The Psychedelic Newspaper of the Haight Ashbury
Includes all twelve original issues (September 1966-February 1968); historical commentary; Oracle Rising, a film by Claire Burch; and an interview with founder Allen Cohen.
Shaping San Francisco: An Interactive Multimedia Excavation of the Lost History of San Francisco
A social history of San Francisco in an interactive, multimedia computer program.
WrindexIIa: Irish Societies in Early San Francisco: A Volunteerism Directory
194,000 entries concerning 1,300+ Irish Societies in early San Francisco. Searchable by name, society, year, or source.
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