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Research microforms: M-O
A wide range of material is published in a microform format, either in rolls known as microfilms or a fiche format known as microfiche. A microform is a microphotographic reproduction on film or paper of a manuscript, printed text, document etc.
Mackenzie Collection. Private
Time period: 1809-1814
Time period: 1000 AD
The Malthusian: organ of the Malthusian League
Time period: 1879-1921
Manuscripts from Keats House. Hampstead
Time period: 1795-1814
The Margaret Cross Norton working papers, 1924-1958
The Margaret Cross Norton working papers, 1924-1958: an inventory and index
Material published by Dr. Wilhelm Reich
Time period: 1927-1957
Medieval and Early Modern Women
Part 1: Manuscripts from the British Library
The Mediaeval & Renaissance Manuscripts at Trinity College, Dublin
Section II, Secular studies. Part A, Music
Melbourne directory / Sands & Kenny
Time period: 1857-1861
Melbourne directory, Sands & McDougall
Time period: 1862-1910
Methodist Episcopal Church missionary correspondence, 1846-1912, China.
Microfilmed Collection of Rare Books on Accounting and Related Subjects
Time period: 1494-1900
The Military situation in the Far East and the relief of General MacArthur
Time period: 1950-1953
Münchner neueste Nachrichten
Time period: 1848 -
Music and dance
Music and Dance in Surinam:
A Comprehensive Collection of Source Literature Extracted from over 4,000 Publications / edited by Claartie Gieben and Jan Ijzermans. Leiden
Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) Miscellaneous works by and about Nahdlatul Ulama (NU), 1918-1990.
The native tribes of South-east Australia /
Newspaper Cuttings Files of the Council of Foreign Bondholders, in the Guildhall Library. London
Nineteenth century drama
Nineteenth Century Literary Manuscripts
Nineteenth century theatre periodicals. Part One.
Theatre periodicals published from 1800 to 1897 housed in the British Library, Bloomsbury.
Nineteenth century theatre periodicals. Part Two
Part 2: Periodicals published from 1880 housed in the British Library Newspaper Library, Colindale.
Nineteenth century theatre periodicals. Part Three
Part 3: From the Theatre Museum, London and the Bodleian, Oxford.
Notes from the Korean legation in the United States to the Department of State, 1883-1906
Notes to foreign legations in the United States from the Department of State, 1834-1906:
Korea, Persia and Siam, January 10, 1880 - August 11, 1906.
Noteworthy Works from The Cornell Petrarch Collection. Series 1.
Time period: 1304-1374
Occupation of Japan. Part 2, U.S. and Allied policy, 1945-1952
Time period: 1530-1539
The Original Manuscripts and Papers of John Clare
A Collection on Microfilm; Time period: 1814-1902
The Original Manuscripts and Papers of Thomas Hardy
Time period: 1840-1928
Orinda: the literary manuscripts of Katherine Philips
Time period: 1632-1664.