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What is the actual name of a Humanities reference resource--something with "Timeline" in it and is it available online?

In a library class with my English 295 last semester (Fall 2011), a reference librarian showed us several tools---one of which was a large red volume "timeline" that shows all that was going on in literature, visual arts, film, etc. at any given time in the history of humanities. What is this called, and is there an electronic source?
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This is a reference source titled Timelines of the Arts and Literature by David Brownstone and Irene Franck, published by Harper Collins. 

The book is located in the Humanities Reference collection on level 5 at call number HUM REF NX 447.5 .B76 1994.  It is not available electronically. 

Ask at the Humanities Reference Help Desk for help locating this source and other similar sources.

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