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In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries the publications of such academies held the same place as specialized scholarly and scientific journals do today. Many of the ideas and inventions of the great scholars of those days were first published in the Transactions or Memoirs of an Academy of Science. Such publications are not only a fundamental source for the history of science but also a goldmine for researchers in many other fields.
Acta Sanctorum
Major publication of the Bollandists

The major publication of the Bollandists, a group of scholars named after Jean Bolland and composed before the French Revolution, of Flemish Jesuits in Antwerp, and since 1837, of Belgian Jesuits residing in Brussels. It is a critical description of the lives of all the saints mentioned in the Martyrologium Romanorum. This edition is a compiliation of the monthly volumes and was filmed from a variety of editions dating between 1863 and 1940.
Agriculture
Serials and special collections

Agricultural serials: 69 titles

Special Collections:
Dominican Republic: Adaptive Agricultural Research Project, 1981-1985
The Philippines: The role of social anthropology/sociology in agricultural research, 1982-1986
• Sri Lanka: popular participation in planned development at village level, 1981-1985
Bibliography of Agricultural Bibliographies, 1960-1977
Agriculture
Agricultural Serials

• 69 Titles
• 22269 Fiches

This collection is also included in the Agriculture collection.
Agriculture
Bibliography of Agricultural Bibliographies, 1960-1977

• 1 Title
• 222 Fiches

This collection is also included in the Agriculture collection.
Agriculture
Dominican Republic

• 37 Fiches

This collection is also included in the Agriculture collection.
Agriculture
The Phillippines

• 16 Fiches

This collection is also included in the Agriculture collection.
Alinari Photo Archive
From the Archivi Alinari, Florence

In some instances enough photographs have been assembled to make up a complete collection, for example the Demidoff Collection which was broken up at the end of the last century, the Chigi-Saracini Collection, which also no longer exists, and other minor collections. One of the last sections of the collection comprises landscapes and Italian cities photographed in the second half of the nineteenth century.
The Allegro Qumran Photograph Collection

Consists of 1,472 photographs associated with Khirbet Qumran and the texts discovered there, as well as other places such as Ain Feshkha, Khirbet Mird, and Wadi Murrabba'at.