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John Gilmore

Archive-It Partner Since: Apr, 2007

Organization Type: Other Institutions

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John Gilmore is a private individual who cares about archiving the Internet for future generations. He is the first individual to join the Archive-It program, as a partner with the Internet Archive, to collect and index documents of interest. Mr. Gilmore also co-founded the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

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Drug Policy Archive

Archived since: May, 2007


Drug Policy online archives. Due to their unfortunately illegal status, and the attitudes of governments, some of the best information about drugs is only available online. This archive collects information about drug policy from around the Internet.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Politics & Elections Society & Culture

NSA's William F. Friedman document collection

Archived since: Apr, 2015


This is a collection of thousands of papers created by or related to William F. Friedman, founder of the National Security Agency and head of wartime military signals intelligence efforts during World War II. These were collated and scanned by the National Security Agency and there may be some documents redacted or otherwise suppressed. There are almost certainly many more such documents in the collection of the Virginia Military Institute's library, which is where Friedman willed his papers after he died.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health ,  Computers & Technology William F. Friedman National Security Agency World War II Military Intelligence cryptanalysis William Frederick Friedman (September 24, 1891 – November 12, 1969)

Radio and Electronics Magazines

Archived since: Nov, 2014


Add This is an archived copy of a collection of magazines about radio, television, and electronics. The magazines have been scanned in as PDF files. They include many magazines aimed at professional radio, television, and electronics engineers and station managers, as well as magazines aimed at the general public. The collection generally covers the years 1900-2000 or so.

Subject:   Computers & Technology,  Science & Health ,  Universities & Libraries Radio Electronics Periodicals Magazines Television Broadcasting

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