ADAM searches a catalog of over 2,500 Internet resources about fine
and applied arts, design, architecture, and media. It also finds
information on museum studies, theory, and professional practice
Web Resources http://library.nevada.edu/arch/rsrce/webrsrce/contents.html
This guide provides links to web sites on architecture, building
and construction, design, preservation, and landscaping, among other
Architronic is a scholarly refereed journal on all topics of architecture.
Available issues were published from 1992-1999. Note: The site requires
(UC Berkeley Architecture Slide Library) http://www.mip.berkeley.edu/query_forms/browse_spiro_form.html
SPIRO is the catalog to the Architecture Slide Library's 200,000
35mm slides. You can search by historical period, personal name,
object name, and subject.
of the Shuttle Architecture Page http://vos.ucsb.edu/browse.asp?id=2705
Voice of the Shuttle is a directory of Internet resources on the
topics of architecture, design, and preservation. It also provides
links to journals, architecture departments and programs, and listservs
ELLEhttp://www.elle.com ELLE.com complements the magazine with talk of fashion,
beauty, and style. It also provides discussion forums on a variety
on the Webhttp://www.fashionangel.com/linkpages/ Find information on designers, merchandising, shopping,
and modeling. Browse through links or search for your topic.
History of Fashion and Dresshttp://www.costumes.org/history/100pages/costhistpage.htm This site will help you understand the major periods in
Western clothing history. It was created for an online class
through the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, but anyone can
view the lectures and take part in discussions.
Regency Fashion Page http://hal.ucr.edu/~cathy/reg3.html Contains numerous images and descriptions of clothing from
the 18th and 19th centuries.
Costume Galleryhttp://costumegallery.com/ The Costume Gallery provides links to over 1,000 Internet
sites and 2,500 images.
The History of Costume is a book printed by Braun and
Schneider between 1861 and 1880. It presents over 500 images
of dress from antiquity through the 19th century.
Costumers Guild, Inc. http://www.costume.org ICG is a worldwide organization of professionals and hobbyists,
who promote the advancement and discussion of costume design
and construction. The site provides links to ICG chapters, Internet
resources, and upcoming events.
and Publishing Centerhttp://www.graphic-design.com
Very impressive site which contains a wide variety of information
on topics such as image creation/editing, tutorials, web design
issues, as well as DT & G magazine.