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A popular feature of The Milwaukee Journal from 1963 through 1994 prepared by library staff to highlight Milwaukee's past as preserved in the Historic Photo Collection
Book searching coming soon. For now use County Cat
Information from Gale publications on over half a million well-known people from historical times to the present.
Believing that a nuclear arms dealer is behind a series of terrorist incidents, covert CIA ops officer Vanessa Pierson is contacted by her target, who claims that a government insider is actually responsible.
A compelling and funny spin on Kafka's Metamorphosis involving some remarkable (and possibly wicked) facial hair.
A creepy and disturbing stay-up-all-night-to-finish-it vampire tale.
When a novelist is found murdered the night before he was scheduled to move to another country, police detective Kyochiro Kaga uncovers a deadly game involving the victim's best friend and rival.
Spans thirty years in the lives of a farm family in Iowa, telling a parallel story of the changes taking place in America from 1920 through the early 1950s.
The WWE star traces his successful comeback years, covering such events as his award-winning feud with Shawn Michaels and his escape from the 2010 Icelandic volcanoes.
Chronicles the invention of the birth control pill, which was introduced in 1960.
An Eisner-winning series where two soldiers from opposite sides of a never-ending galactic war fall in love, risking everything to raise their child in a dangerous world.
Examines the pervasive fears and myths surrounding vaccines from a mother's perspective and identifies the historical and cultural factors that cause people to doubt government regulations and the medical establishment.
Presents a day-by-day account of the 1978 Camp David conference, when President Jimmy Carter convinced Israel and Egypt to sign a peace treaty--the first treaty in the modern Middle East.