Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage ("Recovery") is an international program to locate, preserve and disseminate Hispanic culture of the United States in its written form since colonial times until 1960.
Includes an exhaustive, critical bibliography of pan-Hispanic Balladry, a large corpus of texts representative of all ballads documented worldwide since the 15th century, cartographic display of the primary and seconday data, and digitized reproductions of original oral performances and their musical notation.
"The objective of Iberian Books is to produce a foundational listing of all books published in Spain, Portugal and the New World or printed elsewhere in Spanish or Portuguese during the Golden Age, 1472-1700, as well as to create a suite of digital search tools to permit its investigation."
The photo library of the Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain.The collection covers the entire history of photography, from its beginnings in 1860 to the present. It is made up of a total of 27 collections, with more to come.
Visiting Archives & Libraries
Look on the institution's website for guidelines on visiting and using the collection. Libraries and archives often have a "prepare for your visit" section and email or chat help services.