OpenStreetMap has it as Waterway.
Data Source (shapefile)
Extract and load into a GIS (QGIS used here).
Extract using the attributes flcass='riverbank' or name='River Thames'
Then dissolve the polygons into one (if required).
The UK has separate heritage organisations for each of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland so the easiest way to do this is probably to get the data from Open Street Map. Features on OSM can be tagged as 'historic=castle' so you can download only features that have that tag. However, I'd suggest reading the documentation page that I've linked to ...
Switzerland's COVID hospitalizations are available from the federal government:
In the footer of the page, you'll see download links for raw data (csv or json)
The hospitalizations are available across 4 files, depending on which dimensions you'd like to see the data (age, gender, etc). If you browse the ...
Do realize that before 1962 you are in the pre-computer age. Prior to the digital era, people had to use metropolitan or institutional libraries for research.
From this Zack's article on historical stock prices, once source would have been the "Standard & Poor's Daily Stock Price Record" which seems to have started in 1962 for NYSE and AMEX ...
Basic internet search results in this github repo:
and, for example, this geojson
The official website of the index is
If you hover with your mouse over Export above the graph, then you can recover a link, with which I can download the last ten years' worth of closing prices up until yesterday in XLS format (I've removed the hostIdentifier part):
You can use Overpass API to get data in GeoJSON format.
You can query using WikidataID parameter (Q12501)
Example on https://geoattractions.com/details/55971
Answering my own question.
Records of the Department of State here: https://www.archives.gov/research/foreign-policy/state-dept/agency-records
(Contains inventories of physical archives but no scans of primary sources.)
Proquest Congressional contains historical archives of government docs. (Not an open source.)
(More updates to come)
I suggest some websites that provided different traffic information. I hope they contain your request.
If you have to send a request:...
For data related to households, you can get pre-1990 data from NHGIS
Keep in mind, the U.S. Census changed the way the collect their "sample data" (items beyond the basic population county by age/race/sex - i.e. income, employment, etc) after the 2000 Census, when they switched to the American Community Survey (ACS). See the write up ...
It seems that ECMWF (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts) has archived forecast data, both as bulk downloads and even (maybe) as API. Perhaps you have to register.
Our Meteorological Archival and Retrieval System (MARS) enables you to list and retrieve meteorological data in GRIB/...