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Agnes Scott College, McCain Library
collection
360
ITEMS
375,322
VIEWS
collection
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Agnes Scott College , an independent national liberal arts college for women located in the metropolitan Atlanta area, educates women to think deeply, live honorably and engage the intellectual and social challenges of their times. This collection from McCain Library features material from the archives including the yearbooks Aurora (1897-1899) and Silhouette (1902-2010, not published 1904, 1906, and 1919), course bulletins and catalogs (1889-2010), and alumnae magazines (1923-2010), along with...
Auburn University Libraries
collection
140
ITEMS
111,378
VIEWS
collection
eye 111,378
This collection is part of Auburn University Libraries contribution to the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries "Intellectual Underpinnings of the Civil War" digitization project. As part of this effort, ASERL libraries will provide online access to materials published between 1850 and 1865, from a broad array of subjects. The ‘Intellectual Underpinnings’ umbrella will allow linkages between a broad variety of materials whose interrelationships might not have been...
Berea College, Hutchins Library
collection
41
ITEMS
117,133
VIEWS
collection
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Berea College is an independent liberal arts college in central Kentucky, serving primarily students from Appalachia, but also from across the United States and over 60 countries, who have great promise but limited economic resources. Hutchins Library, Berea Digital, and Special Collections & Archives strive to support the curriculum and scholarship of the Berea College community. Berea College's contribution to the Internet Archive focuses on 40+ years of the College yearbook, Chimes. For...
Topic: Berea College
Birmingham-Southern College
collection
253
ITEMS
265,142
VIEWS
collection
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Birmingham-Southern College is a four-year, private liberal arts institution founded in 1856 and affiliated with the United Methodist Church. We are the premier liberal arts college in Alabama and one of the top liberal arts colleges in the country. BSC is a result of a merger, in 1918, between Birmingham College (earlier known as the North Alabama Conference College) and Southern University. This collection reflects the scholarly and recreational life of our students through our history....
Topic: Birmingham-Southern College
British Army List
collection
220
ITEMS
582,567
VIEWS
collection
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National Library of Scotland, British Army lists
Topics: NLS, National Library of Scotland, Harts Army List
Butler University
collection
140
ITEMS
221,784
VIEWS
collection
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Butler University , founded in 1855, is an independent university located in Indianapolis, Indiana. The University includes the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Business, the Jordan College of Fine Arts, the College of Pharmacy and Health Science, and the College of Communication. This shared digital collection includes material from the University Archives, including the University yearbooks, predecessor institution yearbooks, early Butler Alumnal Quarterlies and Special...
Topic: Butler University
Chicago State University Library
collection
88
ITEMS
36
VIEWS
collection
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These were submitted by the Chicago State University Library.
Church History Library
collection
15,539
ITEMS
4.4M
VIEWS
collection
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The collections of the Church History Library contain materials chronicling the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from its beginning in 1830 to the present day. The collections contain manuscripts, books, Church records, photographs, oral histories, architectural drawings, pamphlets, newspapers, periodicals, maps, microforms, and audiovisual materials. The staff creates and maintains catalogs and indexes for accessing this wide variety of information. Search our Catalog...
Topic: Church History Library
College of William and Mary
collection
643
ITEMS
505,202
VIEWS
collection
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Chartered in 1693, the College of William and Mary is the second oldest college in America. The Earl Gregg Swem Library ranks among the leading academic research libraries in the Southeast. The Swem Library contributions to the Internet Archive begin with the university's yearbook.
Topics: College of William and Mary, Earl Gregg Swem Library, 1899 Colonial Echo
Columbia International University
collection
72
ITEMS
70,843
VIEWS
collection
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Columbia International University was founded in 1923 as Columbia Bible School, later changing its name to Columbia Bible College. This collection includes the yearbooks (FINIAL) from 1939-2010.
Topic: Columbia International University
Delta State
collection
149
ITEMS
283,868
VIEWS
collection
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Delta State University is a public institution providing a comprehensive undergraduate and graduate curriculum to over 4,000 students representing 34 states and 20 countries. Established in 1924, it serves as the cultural and educational center of the region and is located in Cleveland, Mississippi.
Topic: Delta State University
Eckerd College
collection
71
ITEMS
118,048
VIEWS
collection
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Eckerd College is a small, liberal arts college located on Florida's Gulf Coast. It was founded in 1958 as Florida Presbyterian College. The digital collections archived here include yearbooks (1960-2002) and course catalogs (1960-2008). These works reflect the time of their creation and as such provide historical and cultural data. They may contain content that is no longer representative of the attitudes and policies of Eckerd College. Eckerd College Library
Topic: Eckerd College
European Studies
collection
119
ITEMS
86,030
VIEWS
collection
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This sub-collection of holdings from the Harold B. Lee Library of Brigham Young University began as a digitization project of documentary sources from World War I, particularly for the diplomatic and political source materials. As its name indicates, however, its focus will continue to broaden as we digitize monographs and materials that include other periods of European history and culture.
Topics: BYU, European Studies
Gaelic Books
collection
2,153
ITEMS
2.6M
VIEWS
collection
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Books in Gaelic and relating to Gaelic topics contributed by the National Library of Scotland .
Harpeth Hall
collection
225
ITEMS
229,137
VIEWS
collection
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Harpeth Hall School is an independent college preparatory school for young women in grades 5-12 in Nashville, TN. Founded in 1865 as Ward Seminary, the school merged with Belmont College in 1913 to become Ward-Belmont College. The closing of Ward-Belmont led to the creation of Harpeth Hall, which relocated to a new campus in 1951. The collection is maintained by the Harpeth Hall Archives and showcases the school's long history of excellence in women's education. The digital collections archived...
Topic: Harpeth Hall
Indiana State Library
collection
200
ITEMS
222,027
VIEWS
collection
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This collection of Indiana government publications are from the Indiana State Library Indiana collection. These publications record the activities of the official agencies and elected officials from early statehood to the early twentieth century. They are being made available through the Indiana Memory program, a statewide, collaborative digital library program to provide free access to Indiana's cultural heritage. Indiana Memory is a project of the Indiana State Library and is made possible...
Topic: Indiana State Library
Indiana University Library
collection
68
ITEMS
177,695
VIEWS
collection
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Indiana University
Ivy Tech Community College Libraries
collection
44
ITEMS
66,362
VIEWS
collection
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The primary mission of the library at Ivy Tech is to provide access to materials, information, and services that support and supplement the educational mission of the College. The goal of the digital collection is to establish an online portal where materials from our archives are easily accessible. This collection includes course catalogs (1968-2011), issues of our student publication, New Voices (2002-2010), and Susan Mannan and Frank Moman's A History of the North Meridian Center or Ivy Tech...
Topic: Ivy Tech Community College
John Marshall Law School
collection
334
ITEMS
469,915
VIEWS
collection
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The archives of the Louis L. Biro Law Library contain the largest collection of unpublished Illinois Appellate Court Opinions available. John Marshall's collection spans nearly 350 legal-size volumes dating from about 1900 to 1975. The John Marshall Law School
Topic: John Marshall Law School
Lake Forest College
collection
140
ITEMS
189,963
VIEWS
collection
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Library materials from Lake Forest College's Donnelley and Lee Library , which houses a collection of over a quarter-million volumes, a variety of print, electronic, media, and primary resources, and offers individualized services to support teaching, learning, and research in the liberal arts and sciences. Featured are works from the Library's Special Collections. Its origins in nineteenth-century donations from major Chicago-area private libraries reflect the Collegeâs beginnings and...
Topic: Lake Forest College
Longwood University
collection
420
ITEMS
386,844
VIEWS
collection
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Longwood University was established in 1839 as the Farmville Female Seminary and in 1884 became a state supported institution renamed the State Female Normal School in Farmville. In 1949 the institution became Longwood College and in 2002, Longwood University. The Greenwood Library contributions to the Internet Archive begin with the university’s yearbooks and student publications.
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In the Louisiana State University Libraries collections you will find the following publications. The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries worked with the LSU Libraries to digitize issues of the periodical currently titled the Louisiana Conservationist and other Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries publications. The LSU Libraries and the LSU AgCenter Sugar Research Station collaborated to digitize the Sugar Bulletin and the Journal of the American Society of Sugar Cane...
collection
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The Loyola University Chicago Archives and Special Collections is home to records, photographs, oral histories, and publications documenting Loyola's one hundred forty year history in Chicago as well as the libraries' rare book collection and other collections. This collection features items focusing on Illinois history and culture.
Topic: Loyola University Chicago Archives and Special Collections
Mansfield University of Pennsylvania
collection
640
ITEMS
400,346
VIEWS
collection
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Mansfield University of Pennsylvania and local history materials. Includes items related to: Mansfield Classical Seminary Mansfield State Normal School Mansfield State Teachers College Mansfield State College Mansfield University of Pennsylvania Tioga County, Pennsylvania, USA
Topic: Mansfield University of Pennsylvania
Maryville College
collection
380
ITEMS
268,595
VIEWS
collection
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Maryville College is located near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee. Founded in 1819, it is the 12th oldest institution of higher learning in the South and maintains an affiliation with the Presbyterian Church (USA). Known for its academic rigor and its focus on the liberal arts, Maryville College was the first college in Tennessee to enroll minority students and also the first college in Tennessee to award a bachelor's degree to a woman, in 1875. Collections presented here...
Topic: Maryville College
National Library of Scotland
collection
4,859
ITEMS
8.5M
VIEWS
collection
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This is a selection of items from the National Library of Scotland , which is an information treasure trove of Scotland's knowledge, history and culture, with millions of books, manuscripts and maps covering every subject.
Topic: National Library of Scotland
Oglethorpe University
collection
210
ITEMS
188,238
VIEWS
collection
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Situated on a beautiful campus with historic buildings, Oglethorpe University , located in Atlanta, Ga., provides a superior education in the liberal arts and sciences and selected professional disciplines in a coeducational, small-college environment within a dynamic international city offering experiential learning to accompany a rigorous curriculum. This project, which brings access to a number of campus publications, was carried out by the Oglethorpe University departments of Development,...
Purdue University
collection
1,136
ITEMS
286,343
VIEWS
collection
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This page contains a collection of digitized material from Purdue University , including the following: Joint Transportation Research Project
Topics: Purdue University, JTRP, Joint Transportation Research Program, transportation
collection
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Since its inception in 1937, Joint Transportation Research Program (JTRP), then known as Joint Highway Research Project (JHRP) has continuously conducted meaningful research and relevant extension activities to improve Indiana's transportation system for its residents. Management and operation of JTRP takes place within Purdue's School of Civil Engineering in close collaboration with the INDOT Research Division in West Lafayette, Indiana. This collection consists of the technical reports...
Topics: Purdue, JTRP, Joint Transportation Research Program
Relief Society Magazine Digital Project
collection
57
ITEMS
153,399
VIEWS
collection
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Relief Society Magazine Digital Project The purpose of the Relief Society Magazine, which began in 1914, was to unite women in a bond of common interest, to educate, and enlighten as well as to be an outlet for Mormon women’s own writing. It was the official publication of the Relief Society organization for 57 years. The Relief Society minutes of October 1, 1914 state that the magazine will consist of literary, artistic, and practical articles, designed to improve our minds and beautify our...
Topics: Relief Society Magazine, BYU, Harold B. Lee Library
Scottish Directories
collection
1,042
ITEMS
2.3M
VIEWS
collection
eye 2.3M
National Library of Scotland, Scottish Directories
Topic: Scottish Directories
the J. Edgar & Louise S. Monroe Library
collection
561
ITEMS
328,685
VIEWS
collection
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This is a collection from the J. Edgar & Louise S. Monroe Library at Loyola University, New Orleans.
Topic: Loyola University New Orleans
Union University Archives and Special Collections
collection
189
ITEMS
184,530
VIEWS
collection
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Union University is a private, four-year, coeducational liberal arts-based university offering bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. Founded in 1823, Union is the oldest institution affiliated with Southern Baptist life. This digital collection contains material from the University Archives that highlights Union’s history, including yearbooks, bulletins, and the first volume of “Classic Union.” Union University Archives and Special Collections
collection
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A digital collection of books printed in the 19th century with emphasis on books published from 1850-1865. Includes general information from this era; essays and letters depicting the culture and environment during this period; and discussions about the political aspects of the Civil War. The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Mervyn H. Sterne Library
Topics: University of Alabama, Civil War
University of Florida Duplicates
collection
3,629
ITEMS
5.4M
VIEWS
collection
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University of Florida Duplicates
Topic: University of Florida
University of Mary Washington
collection
2,325
ITEMS
748,527
VIEWS
collection
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The University of Mary Washington (UMW) is a co-educational, public institution located in Fredericksburg, VA. First named the State Normal and Industrial School for Women (1908), it later transitioned to the State Teachers College at Fredericksburg (1924), and then to Mary Washington College (1938). From 1944 until its co-educational establishment in 1972, the college served as the Women's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for the University of Virginia. On July 17, 2004, the institution...
Topic: University of Mary Washington
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
collection
44
ITEMS
94,405
VIEWS
collection
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The University of Maryland Eastern Shore is a HBCU with humble beginnings, dating from 1886 when there were nine students and one faculty member. There were several iterations of the name, most notably Princess Anne College and Maryland State College. The library can only trace its roots back to the early 1920's. After outgrowing several locations, ground was broken in 1966 for a building to be named after Maryland's beloved abolitionist, orator and author, Frederick Douglass. The yearbook...
Topics: University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Frederick Douglass Library, yearbooks
collection
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The University Libraries of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), a member of the Open Content Alliance, is contributing unique content to the Internet Archive from the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives and from other sources. Materials submitted to date include yearbooks and other publications, including both UNCG's literary and alumni news magazines, and a large collection of Word War I pamphlets. There are plans for additional materials to be...
Topics: University of North Carolina Greensboro, Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections, University...
University of the Arts
collection
729
ITEMS
413,407
VIEWS
collection
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Formed in 1985 by the merging of the Philadelphia College of Art and the Philadelphia College of the Performing Arts, the University of the Arts in Philadelphia is the first and only university in the United States solely dedicated to higher education in the visual, performing and communication arts. UArts predecessor institutions date back as far as 1876 and 1870 and include the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art, Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia College of the...
Topic: University of the Arts
Virginia Commonwealth University
collection
415
ITEMS
524,293
VIEWS
collection
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This collection from the VCU Libraries in Richmond, Virginia, brings together yearbooks and alumni association magazines published by Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and its predecessors. The Medical College of Virginia (MCV) and the Richmond Professional Institute (RPI) merged to form VCU in 1968. Publications from both the Monroe Park Campus and the MCV Campus are included. Yearbooks in the collection are: The Wigwam (RPI, 1931-1955) Cobblestone (RPI, 1956-1968; VCU, 1969-1973)...
Topic: Virginia Commonwealth University
Washington and Lee University Library
collection
112
ITEMS
310,884
VIEWS
collection
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The Washington and Lee University Library Institutional Repository serves to collect, preserve, share, and enhance the use of selected materials, owned or created by Washington and Lee University and members of its community, by making these materials available in a digital format. The repository includes materials born in digital form or materials digitized from other formats. These materials provide permanent and open access to digital information that will assist teaching, learning and...
Topic: Wahington and Lee University Library Institutional Repository
Washington College, Clifton M. Miller Library
collection
207
ITEMS
322,121
VIEWS
collection
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The Washington College Digital Collection will make available to researchers key documents related to the history of Washington College including yearbooks, several college publications, and a small collection of 19th century documents. Additionally, books authored by the Sophie Kerr, which are no longer under copyright, as well as selective documents depicting the history of early Kent County will be a part of the digital collection. Washington College Miller Library Homepage
William Carey University Libraries
collection
205
ITEMS
196,568
VIEWS
collection
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The mission of William Carey University is to provide quality liberal arts and professional education programs within a caring Christian academic community. Founded in 1906 as South Mississippi College, the college was forced to close after a devastating fire. It reopened in 1911 in affiliation with the Mississippi Baptist Convention, and under a new name, Mississippi Woman’s College. In 1953, the college became coeducational, and in 1954, its name was changed to William Carey College in...
York College of Pennsylvania
collection
211
ITEMS
264,982
VIEWS
collection
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This York College of Pennsylvania collection includes yearbooks from 1901 to 2005,course catalogs from 1856 to the present, and a selection of pre-1923 books which focus on York's history. The yearbooks and catalogs offer a unique historical perspective of the College's evolution from two preparatory schools, the York County Academy (1787) and the York Collegiate Institute (1873), and York Junior College (1941) to York College, which now offers 54 majors, six masters' degree programs, and a...
Topic: York College of Pennsylvania