Clicking on the 'Documents' tab in the header of the resource will take you to a paginated list of the original documents.

The documents in Leisure, Travel & Mass Culture: The History of Tourism have been carefully indexed using multiple categories and themes. To help you find what you are looking for, refine the document listing by 'Document Type', 'Theme', 'Library/Archive' or 'Regions' using the drop-down menus at the top of the list. The list of original documents can also be sorted A-Z by 'Title', 'Date' and 'Document Type', or by 'Theme', 'Library/Archive' or 'Regions'.

Use the A-Z buttons to jump to a list of documents beginning with that letter.

You can also do a basic search in the box in the top right-hand corner of the screen.

 Screenshot of main document list. Pages can be navigated to via the next/previous buttons or by entering a page number in the 'Jump to Page' box. Documents that are full text searchable are indicated by a small page icon next to the document title. To view individual document details click the title or thumbnail for that item.

Screenshot showing the main document list with the 'Library/Archive' browse category list open. Users can make multiple selections within one browse category and must click 'Apply' to refine the list, or 'close' to return to the main list. Users can sort columns by clicking the arrows next to the column headings and are able to clear any filters using the 'Clear Filter' button at the top of the list.


Screenshot of a page of a document opened in the image viewer. If the document is text searchable the user can enter search terms into the 'Search Document' box at the top of the viewer. This will then bring up a number of 'hits' shown in red next to the search box. Users can use the adjacent arrows to navigate to the next/previous hits within the document. There are both arrows and a dropdown list to allow users to navigate to the next, previous or desired page. In the image viewer users can view the original image or chose to view thumbnails for the whole document by selecting the appropriate tab at the top of the viewer. There are several control buttons within the view which allow users to zoom in and out, view the image in full screen or rotate the image. Users can also use the scroll wheel on their mouse to zoom in or out or use the mouse to drag the image around the screen.

Screenshot of the thumbnail view of a document within the image viewer. This allows users to view the whole document at a glance.

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