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This month, three collections are featured on the OCLC website: Safety Harbor Photo Collection, Whitaker Postcard Collection, and the Sexuality and University Archives Together Collection.
Safety Harbor Public Library
This collection contains various photographs that relate to Safety Harbor history from the early 1900s to the 1980s.
Daviess County Public Library
The Whitaker Postcard Collection consists of a number of early 1900s postcards sent to the Whitaker family in Livia, Kentucky, US. Most of the cards are addressed to Miss Katharyn Whitaker (1893–1976). The postcards depict various topics such as cities, landscapes, art, holidays, and family. They were donated along with letters, a diary, and genealogy research from the estate of Mrs. Katharyn Leachman (Whitaker).
The Sexuality Archives of Widener University was founded in 2009 by Librarian Molly Wolf. This collection celebrates the intersections of the digital collections of both the Widener University Archives and the Sexuality Archives around the issues of gender, sexuality, feminism, and LGBTQ rights, among others. The collection includes images, pamphlets, and books. Materials are presented in chronological order to show how Widener and its predecessor institutions served as a reflection of the evolution of thought on these issues.