In the First Person (Alexander Street Press)

In the First Person, from Alexander Street Press, is a free index to letters, diaries, oral histories, and other personal narratives. Imagine seeing into the minds of 10,000 individuals and knowing the details of their lives within seconds. That's the experience of using In the First Person—a free library index with citations linking to full text, audio, and video whenever available.

In the First Person searches archives and repositories all over the world and leads users to hundreds of thousands of pages of content. Search by narrator, subject, geographical location, format (full text, video, audio), date, and dozens of other elements. A unified, organized search result is returned, with richly detailed records for every collection and repository, and with all available links to the narratives themselves. (Source: Alexander Street Press; edited)

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