Adam Matthew Digital is a British publisher of scholarly collections of primary-source documents. We would like to trace the copyright-holders of a selection of items relating to the following projects:

(12) Service Newspapers of World War II (Added 12/09/2017)

Adam Matthew Digital would like to trace the copyright-holders of service newspapers published for the armed services of Australia, New Zealand, The United States, Great Britain and the Commonwealth during the Second World War.

A list of newspapers we are looking to trace is available here

We invite anyone who has information on the copyright holders to contact us: 

Joesph Gilling
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd
Pelham House
London Road
Marlborough
Wiltshire
SN8 2AG

Tel: +44 (0)1672 518888
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(11) Migration to New Worlds: The Modern Era (Added 14/11/2016)

We are looking to trace copyright holders for several autobiographies and collections of family papers featuring in Migration to New Worlds: The Modern Era. These are contained within the Immigration and History Research Center Archives (University of Minnesota), University of Melbourne Archives and Special Collections & University Archives, University Library, University of Illinois at Chicago. 

A detailed list of items we are looking to trace is available here.

We invite anyone who has information on the copyright holders to contact us:

Delyth Reid - PA to the Editorial Directors
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd 
Pelham House 
London Road 
Marlborough 
Wiltshire 
SN8 2AG

Tel: +44 (0)1672 518324
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(10) History of Mass Tourism (Added 23/3/2016)

We are looking to trace copyright holders for a number of diaries, scrapbooks and photograph albums featuring in History of Mass Tourism, contained within the libraries and archives of Thomas Cook, the University of Westminster, the Loyola Institute, the Brooklyn Historical Society and the California Historical Society. 

For more information on the collection please click here.

A detailed list of items is available here.

We invite anyone who has information on the copyright holders to contact us:

Eleanor Davey Corrigan - Development Editor
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd 
Pelham House 
London Road 
Marlborough 
Wiltshire 
SN8 2AG

Tel: +44 (0)1672 518650
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(9) Race Relations in America (Added 01/2016)

We are looking to trace copyright holders for a number of speeches and other items contained in the Race Relations Department of the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries records, 1943-1970, housed at The Amistad Research Center, New Orleans.

The Race Relations Department was established in 1942 to define problem areas related to race relations in the United States, to develop programs and techniques designed to promote constructive action, and to work toward relieving areas of tension utilizing, wherever possible, local resources. The speeches are from the Race Relations Institutes held annually at Fisk University from 1944 to 1969.

For more information on the collection please click here.

A detailed list of speeches is available here.

A further list of items is available here.

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Delyth Reid - PA to the Managing Director
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd 
Pelham House 
London Road 
Marlborough 
Wiltshire 
SN8 2AG

Tel: +44 (0)1672 518324
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(8) Migration to New Worlds: The Century of Immigration (Added 10/2015)

We would like to trace the copyright-holders, if any, for shipping photographs included in the McRoberts Collection from National Museums Liverpool: Maritime Archives & Library. The collection includes ocean liners, cargo ships and other passenger liners from worldwide shipping lines active between 1890 and 1980.

A detailed list of the individual items we are looking to trace is available here.

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Sarah Buckman - Editor
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd 
Pelham House 
London Road 
Marlborough 
Wiltshire 
SN8 2AG

Tel: +44 (0)1672 518886


(7) Medical Services And Warfare, C.1850-1927 (Added 06/2015)

The Liddle Collection documents and preserves first-hand accounts of individuals who experienced the two World Wars. It was started privately in the early 1970s by the military historian Dr Peter Liddle and was established as part of Leeds University Special Collections in 1988. The collection contains the papers of men and women directly affected by war, both those who were members of the armed forces and those who were not, and of British and non-British individuals alike. It includes photographs and drawings, official and unofficial papers, manuscript diaries and correspondence.

For more information on the Liddle Collection, please click here.

Detailed lists of individual items within these collections are available here.

The Bamji Collection

We are also seeking further information on copyright holders of medical books held in the Bamji Collection, also part of Leeds University Special Collections. 

For more information on the Bamji Collection, please click here.

Detailed lists of individual items within these collections are available here.

Hoover Institution

Several personal collections, containing a mix of memoirs, diaries, scrapbooks, letters, printed items, postcards and photographs. 

Detailed lists of individual items within these collections are available here.

National Library of Medicine (NLM)

We are seeking information on copyright holders for the George Miller Sternberg papers, H. C. Yarrow Correspondence, Marion A. Blankenhorn papers, Merritte Weber Ireland papers, and Stanhope Baynes-Jones papers.

Detailed lists of individual items within these collections are available here.
 
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Clare Mence - Development Editor
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd 
Pelham House 
London Road 
Marlborough 
Wiltshire 
SN8 2AG

Tel: +44 (0)1672 529106


(6) African American Communities (Added 02/2015)

A collection of Delmo Housing Corporation Records from 1945 to 1976. The records cover all aspects of the organisation including information on the work of the organisation, home purchase records, staffing issues and budget. Material has been sourced from the University Archives, Department of Special Collections, Washington University Libraries.

For more information on the Delmo Housing Corporation Records from 1945 to 1976 please click here.

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Sarah Hodgson - Editor
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd
Pelham House
London Road
Marlborough
Wiltshire
SN8 2AG

Tel: +44 (0)1672 518319


(5) African American Communities (Added 02/2015)

A selection of public reaction files dating from 1973-1974 to the publication of the book, ‘Forty Years on the Force, 1932-1972’, by Herbert T. Jenkins. The files are comprised of mostly correspondence, thank you notes, appreciation and reviews of the book. Material has been sourced from the Atlanta History Center from the Papers of Herbert T Jenkins collection.

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Sarah Hodgson - Editor
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd
Pelham House
London Road
Marlborough
Wiltshire
SN8 2AG

Tel: +44 (0)1672 518319


(4) African American Communities (Added 02/2015)

We would like to trace the copyright-holders, if any, for a selection of public reaction files dating
from 1968-1971. The files cover the public reaction to James B. McMillan’s rulings in the Swann vs. the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education case. 

Correspondence includes letters and clippings sent to James B. McMillan in response to the decision and its aftermath. Material has been sourced from the Southern Historical Collection at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

The resource will feature material from the collections detailed below. For more information please click here to view the finding aid for the James B. McMillan Papers, 1960s-1980s.

Series 1. Swann v. the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education
Subseries 1.1. Office Files. 
Subseries 1.2. Miscellaneous Papers. 
Subseries 1.3. Maps.
Series 7. Speeches and Legal Writings

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Sarah Hodgson - Editor 
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd 
Pelham House 
London Road 
Marlborough 
Wiltshire 
SN8 2AG 

Tel: +44 (0)1672 518319


(3) American Indian Histories and Cultures (Added 01/2013)

Documents relating to American Indian history, within the Edward E. Ayer Collection at the Newberry Library in Chicago. Detailed lists of individual items within these collections are available via the hyperlinks below.

Ayer Photographs: Elmo Scott Watson Collection

133 photographs. Significant groups within this collection include Laton A. Huffman portraits of Cheyenne, Crow, and Sioux Indians; D. F. Barry photographs of Hunkpapa and Blackfeet Sioux; and publicity photographs of Blackfeet Indians, mainly issued in the 1920s and 1930s by Underwood & Underwood.

Ayer Modern MS Greenwood 

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The papers of Thomas J. Greenwood, Housing Chairman of the American Indian Chicago Conference, 1961. Mostly printed material consisting of correspondence, articles and pamphlets that relate to the conference.

Ayer Modern MS Montezuma

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Correspondence relating to Indian rights activist and physician Carlos Montezuma.

Ayer Modern MS Ballenger

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Correspondence and writings of author, educator and historian Thomas Lee Ballenger. Photographs, legal papers, and documents of the Cherokee Indians, their territory, and prominent individuals who contributed to Oklahoma’s history.

Ayer Manuscripts

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A few items from the general manuscript collection

American Indian Newspapers

  • The Indian (South Dakota, 1969-1970)
  • Crazy Horse News (South Dakota, 1973)
  • The Ho-Chunk (Wisconsin, 1984)
  • Hopi-Tutu-veh-ni (1986)
  • I'm Nameless (South Dakota, 1966)
  • The Oglala War Cry (South Dakota, 1970-1971)
  • Shannon County News (South Dakota, 1970-1971)

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Lauren Jones - Publishing Manager
Adam Matthew Digital Ltd 
Pelham House
London Road
Marlborough, Wiltshire
SN8 2AG
UK

Tel: +44 1672 511921


(2) The First World War: Propaganda and Recruitment (Added 04/2013)

A selection of German items relating to propaganda and recruitment in the First World War. Documents include pamphlets, books, diaries, poetry, artwork, aerial leaflets, postcards and posters, sourced from the Bibliothek für Zeitgeschichte, Stuttgart (BfZ), Landesarchiv Baden-Württemberg (Hauptstaatsarchiv, Stuttgart), Cambridge University Library (UK) and the Hoover Institution at Stanford University (USA).

Detailed listings:

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Sarah Mellowes - Publishing Manager
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd
Pelham House
London Road
Marlborough
Wiltshire
SN8 2AG

Tel: +44 (0)1672 511921


(1) The First World War: Propaganda and Recruitment (Added 07/2013)

A selection of English-language items relating to propaganda and recruitment in the First World War. Documents include pamphlets, leaflets and printed books, sourced from Cambridge University Library (UK) and the Hoover Institution at Stanford University (USA).

We invite anyone who has information on the copyright-holders to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:

Sarah Mellowes - Publishing Manager
Adam Matthew Digital, Ltd
Pelham House
London Road
Marlborough
Wiltshire
SN8 2AG

Tel: +44 (0)1672 511921