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  • a.k.a. Also Known As
    Author pseudonyms, aliases, nicknames, maiden names, pen names, etc.
    Browse related subjects: Authors, Indexes, Literature
  • Adherents: World Religion Statistics
    This site includes statistics covering membership in "over 4,000 religions, churches, denominations, religious bodies, faith groups, tribes, cultures, movements, ultimate concerns, etc." Indexes of religion by country and by name; statistics on largest communities of religions by countries and states of the U. S.; religious affiliations of U. S. presidents and current members of Congress. Lists of scriptures by religion and links to other religious sites.
    Browse related subjects: Indexes, Religion, Statistics
  • Bartleby Library
    Searchable collection of American and English literary works, including reference, verse, fiction and nonfiction. Also includes several sources for quotations.
    Browse related subjects: Dictionaries, Indexes, Literature, Quotations
  • Inter-Play
    Indexes plays in collections, anthologies and periodicals owned by Portland State University. Searchable by author, title. Gives author, title, collection title, publisher, year title.
    Browse related subjects: Indexes, Plays
  • PlayFinder
    From Dramatist Play Service, Inc.; database of its stock; searchable by author, title keyword, cast; gives plot and brief quotations from reviews.
    Browse related subjects: Indexes, Plays
  • Short Story Locator
    Indexes the short story collections in the Los Angeles Public Library. Searchable by author or story title. Give author and title of the collection (no publisher or date.)
    Browse related subjects: Indexes
  • What's Next Database
    The What's Next™: Books in Series database helps you search series fiction. (A series is two or more books linked by character(s), settings, or other common traits.) This database is developed and is maintained by the Kent District Library.
    Browse related subjects: Indexes, Libraries, Literature

Did You Know?

Aerial Photos - Santz Cruz County

UCSC's McHenry Library Maps Collection has a collection of aerial photographs of Santa Cruz County from the 1920's on. They may be viewed by the public by appointment.

There is also a small collection of uncataloged aerial photos in the Local History room of the Downtown branch.

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