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restrictedHumanities Text Initiative;Poetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsHumanities Text Initiative;Poetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/ampo20ampo20N/AThis database contains modern and contemporary American poetry from the early twentieth century to the present. It includes the works of most major poets of the twentieth century, beginning with the traditionalists, continuing through the American modernists represented by such poets as Wallace Stevens, and moving onward to the contemporary poetry of America's 1990s. The broad coverage of Twentieth-Century American Poetry includes collected works and individual volumes of poetry from all of the major movements and schools of twentieth-century American poetry, including modernism, the New York School, the Chicago School, the Southern School, the Confessionals, the Beats and the Black Mountain poets.Text Collectionshti-tc;poetry;text-allHumanities Text Initiative,Poetry,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsEnglish Language and LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/ampo20/lib/colllist/thumbnails/ampo20.jpg20th Century American Poetry20th Century American PoetryN/AN/Atext:20th Century American PoetrydefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollection2/a/ampo20
publicAbraham Lincoln Association PublicationsAbraham Lincoln Association Publicationstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/alajournalsalajournalsN/ABetween 1940 and 1952, the Abraham Lincoln Association published fifty-two issues of The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly, a journal with original articles regarding all facets of Abraham Lincoln's life and the world in which he lived. This database contains all of the issues of The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly.Text CollectionsalapubsAbraham Lincoln Association PublicationsAmerican Culture;United States HistoryHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/alajournals/lib/colllist/thumbnails/alajournals.jpgAbraham Lincoln Association SerialsAbraham Lincoln Association SerialsN/AN/Atext:Abraham Lincoln Association SerialsN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/a/alajournals
publicArchaeology;Karanis Site Research;University of Michigan CollectionsArchaeology;Karanis Site Research;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/apisapisN/AThe Advanced Papyrological Information System (APIS) is a collections-based repository hosting information about and images of papyrological materials (e.g., papyri, ostraca, wood tablets, etc.) located in collections around the world. It contains physical descriptions and bibliographic information about the papyri and other written materials, as well as digital images and English translations of many of these texts. When possible, links are also provided to the original language texts (e.g., through the Duke Data Bank of Documentary Papyri). The user can move back and forth among text, translation, bibliography, description, and image. With the specially-developed APIS Search System many different types of complex searches can be carried out. APIS includes both published and unpublished material.Image Collectionsarchaeol-ic;karanissite_icgroup;um-icArchaeology,Karanis Site Research,University of Michigan CollectionsArchives and Manuscripts;Classical StudiesHumanities;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/apis/lib/colllist/thumbnails/apis.jpgAdvanced Papyrological Information System (APIS UM)Advanced Papyrological Information System (APIS UM)N/AN/Atext:Advanced Papyrological Information System, UMdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/a/apis
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/africanamerafricanamerN/AThe African American History Collection is comprised of individual letters, documents, and other manuscript items from the William L. Clements Library relating to slavery, abolition movements, and various aspects of African American life, largely dating between 1781 and 1865.|Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/africanamer/lib/colllist/thumbnails/africanamer.jpgAfrican American History Collection, 1729-1966 (bulk 1781-1865)African American History Collection, 1729-1966 (bulk 1781-1865)N/AN/Atext:African American History Collection, 1729-1966 (bulk 1781-1865)defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/a/africanamer
publicUniversity of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hussey2ichussey2icN/AThe Alfred Hussey Collection: Japan's Constitution Photo Album collection contains an album commemorating the enactment of Japan's constitution and is in English rather than Japanese. The album is housed in the Asia Library at the University of Michigan. It was produced by The Society for the Popularization for the Constitution. The Kenpo Fukyu Kai was founded on December 1, 1946, as a result of pressure from occupation officials to "thoroughly popularize the spirit of the new Constitution through activities to raise awareness of it so as to touch every aspect of the lives of the citizens." The society continued to carry out its tasks for a year or so after the 1947 promulgation of the constitution. The album was a gift from Alfred Hussey. Hussey was an attorney and an American officer during World War II. At the end of the war, he was sent to Japan as an officer. In that capacity (and as one with legal expertise) he was directed to assist with writing a draft for the new Japanese constitution.Image Collectionsum-icUniversity of Michigan CollectionsAsian Languages and Cultures;Japanese StudiesHumanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hussey2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/hussey2ic.jpgAlfred Hussey Collection: Japan's Constitution Photo AlbumAlfred Hussey Collection: Japan's Constitution Photo AlbumN/AN/Atext:Alfred Hussey Collection: Japan's Constitution Photo AlbumdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/h/hussey2ic
publicUniversity of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hussey1ichussey1icN/AThe Alfred Hussey Collection: Japan's Constitution Slides collection, Jinken Sengen (人権宣言), contains a set of slides commemorating the enactment of Japan's constitution. They are housed in the Asia Library at the University of Michigan. The slides are in Japanese and include drawings, colored cartoons, and images of the scales of justice with citizens. They were part of the effort to popularize the constitution. The slides show the educational purpose of the Popularization of the Constitution Society (Kenpo Fukyukai) and explained what the new constitution accomplished as it was an entirely new concept to Japanese citizens accustomed to the absolute authority of an emperor. The slides were a gift from Alfred Hussey. Hussey was an attorney and an American officer during World War II. At the end of the war, he was sent to Japan as an officer. In that capacity (and as one with legal expertise) he was directed to assist with writing a draft for the new Japanese constitution.Image Collectionsum-icUniversity of Michigan CollectionsAsian Languages and Cultures;Japanese StudiesHumanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hussey1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/hussey1ic.jpgAlfred Hussey Collection: Japan's Constitution SlidesAlfred Hussey Collection: Japan's Constitution SlidesN/AN/Atext:Alfred Hussey Collection: Japan's Constitution SlidesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/h/hussey1ic
publicNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Serial CollectionsNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Serial Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/amjewessamjewessN/AA digital reproduction of the 8 volumes of The American Jewess, the first English-language periodical targeted to American Jewish women, covering an evocative range of topics that ranged from women's place in the synagogue to whether women should ride bicycles.Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tc;serial-tcNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text Initiative,Serial CollectionsAmerican Culture;English Language and Literature;Judaic Studies;Middle Eastern Near Eastern and North African Studies;Historical News Sources;Sociology;Women's and Gender StudiesHumanities;International Studies;News & Current Events;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/amjewess/lib/colllist/thumbnails/amjewess.jpgAmerican JewessAmerican JewessN/AN/Agraphic:amjewess.gifN/AHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionA/a/amjewess
restrictedNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Poetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Poetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/ampoampoN/AThis collection contains full-text access to the works of the most influential American poets, from the Colonial period to the early twentieth century. It includes works of more than 200 American poets along with six landmark anthologies of American poetry.Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tc;poetry;text-allNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text Initiative,Poetry,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsEnglish Language and LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/ampo/lib/colllist/thumbnails/ampo.jpgAmerican Poetry DatabaseAmerican Poetry DatabaseN/AN/Atext:American Poetry DatabasedefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionA/a/ampo
publicNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;PoetryNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Poetrytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/amverseamverseN/AThis collection contains full-text electronic archive of selected volumes of American poetry prior to 1920. Most of the archive is made up of 19th century poetry, although a few 18th century and early 20th century texts are included.Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tc;poetryNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text Initiative,PoetryEnglish Language and LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/amverse/lib/colllist/thumbnails/amverse.jpgAmerican Verse ProjectAmerican Verse ProjectN/AN/Agraphic:amverse-sm2.gifdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionA/a/amverse
publicMaking of Ann Arbor;University of Michigan HistoryMaking of Ann Arbor;University of Michigan Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moaapcicmoaapcicmoaaicThe Making of Ann Arbor is a public collection of resources on the history and development of the Ann Arbor community, created in collaboration with the Ann Arbor District Library, the Bentley Historical Library, and the University of Michigan's Digital Library Production Service. The Making of Ann Arbor Postcard collection is comprised of 260 online images.Image Collectionsmoaaic;umhist-icMaking of Ann Arbor,University of Michigan HistoryPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Places;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moaapcic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/moaapcic.jpgAnn Arbor PostcardsAnn Arbor PostcardsN/AN/Atext:Ann Arbor PostcardsN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/m/moaapcic
publicState of Michigan Finding AidsState of Michigan Finding Aidsfindaidhttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/archivemiarchivemiN/AThe Archives of Michigan EAD (Encoded Archival Description) Finding Aids site provides access to finding aids or descriptive inventories for archival records and manuscript collections at the state Archives.Finding Aid CollectionsmigroupState of Michigan Finding AidsArchives and Manuscripts;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/archivemi/lib/colllist/thumbnails/archivemi.jpgArchives of Michigan Online Finding AidsArchives of Michigan Online Finding Aidsmailto:dlps-help@umich.eduUniversity of Michigan Digital Librarygraphic:nhprc_title.jpgdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/a/archivemi
restrictedArchitecture;Art / Art History;Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Art / Art History;Visual Resources Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/archivision2icarchivision2icN/AThe Archivision Architectural Image Collection, a growing collection of approximately 84,000 high resolution images with approximately 6,000 additional images each year, encompasses a variety of examples of the built environment including images of architecture, gardens and parks, public spaces, and cities from North America, Europe, and Asia. The collection is created and curated by Scott Gilchrist, photographer and architect. The University Library licenses the images for academic use from Archivision Inc.Image Collectionsarch-ic;art-ic;vrc-icArchitecture,Art / Art History,Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Landscape Architecture;Photographs and Pictorial WorksArts;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/archivision2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/archivision2ic.jpgArchivision Architecture ImagesArchivision Architecture ImagesN/AN/Atext:Archivision Architecture ImagesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/a/archivision2ic
restrictedArchitecture;Art / Art History;Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Art / Art History;Visual Resources Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/archivision3icarchivision3icN/AThe Archivision Art Image Collection focuses on a wide range of art from Italy, including ancient Roman frescoes, mosaics, and sculpture, as well as paintings and sculpture from the medieval to baroque periods. The collection, created and curated by Scott Gilchrist, photographer and architect, is expected to grow by approximately 3,000 images per year. The University Library licenses the images for academic use from Archivision Inc.Image Collectionsarch-ic;art-ic;vrc-icArchitecture,Art / Art History,Visual Resources CollectionsArt and Design;Photographs and Pictorial WorksArts;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/archivision3ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/archivision3ic.jpgArchivision Art ImagesArchivision Art ImagesN/AN/Atext:Archivision Art ImagesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/a/archivision3ic
publicArchitecture;Art / Art History;Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Art / Art History;Visual Resources Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/aictaictN/AArt Images for College Teaching (AICT) began as a personal project dedicated to the principle of free exchange of image resources for and among members of the educational community.Image Collectionsarch-ic;art-ic;vrc-icArchitecture,Art / Art History,Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Art History;Photographs and Pictorial WorksArts;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/aict/lib/colllist/thumbnails/aict.jpgArt Images for College TeachingArt Images for College TeachingN/AN/Atext:Art Images for College TeachingdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/a/aict
restrictedArchitecture;Art / Art History;Photography;Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Art / Art History;Photography;Visual Resources Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/ummuummuN/AImages from this collection are part of the Art, Architecture and Engineering Library Imageworks, which is on the second floor of the Duderstadt Center at the University of Michigan. The collection primarily serves the College of Architecture & Urban Planning and the School of Art & Design.Image Collectionsarch-ic;art-ic;photo-ic;vrc-icArchitecture,Art / Art History,Photography,Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Photographs and Pictorial WorksArts;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/ummu/lib/colllist/thumbnails/ummu.jpgArt, Architecture and Engineering LibraryArt, Architecture and Engineering LibraryN/AN/Atext:Art, Architecture and Engineering LibrarydefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/u/ummu
publicArchitecture;Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Visual Resources Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/ummu2icummu2icN/AThis collection contains digital images created from lantern slides showing architecture, cities, and landscapes from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The original lantern slides that form this collection are part of the Art, Architecture and Engineering Library Special Collections housed in the lower level of the library.Image Collectionsarch-ic;vrc-icArchitecture,Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Photographs and Pictorial WorksArts;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/ummu2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/ummu2ic.jpgArt, Architecture and Engineering Library, Lantern Slide CollectionArt, Architecture and Engineering Library, Lantern Slide CollectionN/AN/Atext:Art, Architecture and Engineering Library, Lantern Slide CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/u/ummu2ic
publicArt / Art History;University of Michigan CollectionsArt / Art History;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mlibrary1icmlibrary1icN/AArtists' Books are books in the form of art objects or art objects in the form of books. They may look more like a codices (bound books) that employ elements from the visual arts, or they may appear more like visual works of art that borrow the vocabulary of books, such as text or pages. Artists make use of many different techniques and forms in creating these books, and most artists' books are produced in limited editions. The Art, Architecture & Engineering Library (AAEL) Special Collections has a growing collection of artists' books in its holdings. These books are available to anyone. Although some of the AAEL's artists' books circulate, the ones featured in this database require more careful handling and are only available for viewing on-site in Special Collections.Image Collectionsart-ic;um-icArt / Art History,University of Michigan CollectionsArt and DesignArtsforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mlibrary1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/mlibrary1ic.jpgArtists' BooksArtists' BooksN/AN/Atext:Artists' BooksdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/m/mlibrary1ic
restrictedArchaeologyArchaeologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/atharvavedaicatharvavedaicN/AThis collection contains close to 300 digitized images of each of the eight volumes of the Atharvaveda. This ancient birch-bark manuscript from Kashmir was probably made in the beginning of the 16th century AD. The Atharvaveda came to be known as one of the four Indian Vedas and was and is one of the most significant and influential ancient Indian texts. The full image view provides a menu for navigating the volume's complete set of folios.Image Collectionsarchaeol-icArchaeologyArchives and Manuscripts;Asian Languages and Cultures;General and Comparative Literature;Religious Studies;South Asian StudiesGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/atharvavedaic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/atharvavedaic.jpgAtharvavedaAtharvavedaN/AN/Atext:AtharvavedadefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionA/a/atharvavedaic
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhlcivilwarbhlcivilwarN/AThe Bentley Historical Library has more than 400 collections pertaining to the participation of Michigan men and military units in the Civil War as well as the experiences of family and friends on the home front. In 2010-2011, the Bentley digitized 157 collections that had been previously microfilmed to increase access to these important materials and commemorate the conflict's sesquicentennial anniversary. These collections range in size from a single letter or diary fragment up to multiple folders of letters as well as volumes of diaries, notebooks, or reminiscences. The materials furthermore vary greatly in degree of literacy, legibility, and content. Diary entries might be brief comments about daily weather conditions or detailed descriptions of camp life and battles participated in. The collections of letters are strongest for what was going on the war front with less information about activities of those who remained behind. All, however, offer an authentic view of the Civil War as it was experienced by the men and women of Michigan who lived through the conflict.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhlcivilwar/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhlcivilwar.jpgBentley Historical Library Civil War Collections OnlineBentley Historical Library Civil War Collections OnlineN/AN/Agraphic:bhl-fa-smlogo.gifdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionB/b/bhlcivilwar
publicState of Michigan Finding Aids;University of Michigan Finding AidsState of Michigan Finding Aids;University of Michigan Finding Aidsfindaidhttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhlead/bhleadN/AThe University of Michigan EAD (Encoded Archival Description) Finding Aids site provides access to finding aids or descriptive inventories for archival records and manuscript collections at the Bentley Historical Library. Over 725 Bentley Library finding aids are now available on-line. More finding aids will be added periodically.Finding Aid Collectionsmigroup;umfagroupState of Michigan Finding Aids,University of Michigan Finding AidsArchives and Manuscripts;Places;United States History;EducationGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhlead//lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhlead.jpgBentley Historical Library Finding AidsBentley Historical Library Finding Aidsmailto:dlps-help@umich.eduUniversity of Michigan Digital Librarygraphic:bhl-fa-smlogo.gifdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionB/b/bhlead
publicArchitecture;Local History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan HistoryArchitecture;Local History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhlbhlN/AThe Bentley Image Bank includes over 25,000 digital images scanned from the Bentley Historical Library’s diverse collections of original photographs, maps, paintings, and other documents illustrating the history of the University of Michigan, the city of Ann Arbor, and the State of Michigan. While not a complete repository for every image, it showcases a digitized sampling of the materials available within the Library's holdings.Image Collectionsarch-ic;localhist-ic;um-ic;umhist-icArchitecture,Local History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan HistoryPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Places;United States History;EducationGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhl.jpgBentley Image Bank, Bentley Historical LibraryBentley Image Bank, Bentley Historical LibraryN/AN/Atext:Bentley Image BankdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionB/b/bhl
restrictedUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/biebieN/AThis collection contains twenty-one different versions of the English Bible. In addition to thirteen complete Bibles, there are five texts that comprise New Testaments only, two that contain just the Gospels, and William Tyndale's translation of the Pentateuch, Jonah, and New Testament.Text Collectionstext-allUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsEnglish Language and Literature;Religious StudiesHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bie/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bie.jpgBible in EnglishBible in EnglishN/AN/AN/AdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionBN/A
publicAll Active Bibliographic Collections;All DLPS Hosted Collection BibliographiesAll Active Bibliographic Collections;All DLPS Hosted Collection Bibliographiesbibhttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/b/bib/bib-idx?c=bmpbmpN/AThis database contains a checklist of the microfilms prepared in England and Wales for the American Council of Learned Societies, 1941-1945. It lists the contents of 2,652 reels of microfilm containing reproductions of manuscripts and some rare printed materials found in the libraries in England and Wales, covering from medieval times to the 18th century.Bibliographic Collectionsactiveall;dlpsallAll Active Bibliographic Collections,All DLPS Hosted Collection BibliographiesArchives and Manuscripts;British and Irish StudiesGeneral Information Sources;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/b/bib/bib-idx?c=bmp/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bmp.jpgBritish Manuscripts ProjectBritish Manuscripts ProjectN/AN/Atext:British Manuscripts ProjectdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionB/b/bmp
publicHumanities Text Initiative;Poetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsHumanities Text Initiative;Poetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bwrpbwrpN/AThe British Women Romantic Poets Project is a collection of electronic text editions of poetry by British and Irish women written (not necessarily published) between 1789 (the onset of the French Revolution) and 1832 (the passage of the Reform Act), a period traditionally known in English literary history as the Romantic period.Text Collectionshti-tc;poetry;text-allHumanities Text Initiative,Poetry,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsEnglish Language and LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bwrp/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bwrp.jpgBritish Women Romantic PoetsBritish Women Romantic PoetsN/AN/Atext:British Women Romantic PoetsdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionB/b/bwrp
publicLocal HistoryLocal Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bp1icbp1icN/AThe Broadway Park Redesign Project is a partnership of the University of Michigan Arts of Citizenship Program and the City of Ann Arbor Department of Parks and Recreation. The goal of the partnership is to encourage public discussion and proposals concerning the improvement of Broadway Park and the public riverfront of central Ann Arbor. This collection represents the digital media available on the project website.Image Collectionslocalhist-icLocal HistoryLandscape Architecture;Archives and Manuscripts;Places;Photographs and Pictorial WorksArts;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bp1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bp1ic.jpgBroadway ParkBroadway ParkN/AN/Atext:Broadway ParkdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionB/b/bp1ic
publicUniversity of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/brower1icbrower1icN/AThe Brower Fund Collection: Playing Cards collection contains Japanese playing cards that date to the mid-19th century. They are housed in the Asia Library at the University of Michigan.Image Collectionsum-icUniversity of Michigan CollectionsAsian Languages and Cultures;Japanese StudiesHumanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/brower1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/brower1ic.jpgBrower Fund Collection: Playing CardsBrower Fund Collection: Playing CardsN/AN/Atext:Brower Fund Collection: Playing CardsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionB/b/brower1ic
publicUniversity of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/brutbrutN/AThe celebrated Chronicles of England, or "Brut Chronicle," is the earliest prose chronicle in English and was the most popular history of England in the Middle Ages. The Chronicle traces the history of Britain from its earliest (mythical) time (Albinia), including stories of legendary kings such as Brutus of Troy (hence its name), Lear and Arthur, and is quite detailed for the period starting with the reign of Edward I.Image Collectionsum-icUniversity of Michigan CollectionsArchives and Manuscripts;English Language and Literature;History (General)General Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/brut/lib/colllist/thumbnails/brut.jpgBrut ChronicleBrut ChronicleN/AN/Atext:Brut ChronicledefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionB/b/brut
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/walkerwalkerN/ACharles Irish Walker was an amateur historian, practicing attorney, and a professor of law at the University of Michigan (1859-1887). This digitized collection contains materials relating to the founding of the University, including the original draft of the act to establish the "Catholepistemiad"; a table explaining meaning of names of professorships; and correspondence, reports, and minutes documenting the early years of the University (with papers drafted or signed by Augustus B. Woodward, John Monteith, and William Woodbridge).Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and ManuscriptsGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/walker/lib/colllist/thumbnails/walker.jpgCharles I. Walker CollectionCharles I. Walker CollectionN/AN/Atext:Charles I. Walker CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionC/w/walker
publicArt / Art HistoryArt / Art Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/ccs1icccs1icN/AThe Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Michigan possesses a stunning collection of rare propaganda papercuts from the Cultural Revolution--a period of massive political upheaval in China that began in 1966 and lasted about a decade. The papercuts were scanned and made available as high-resolution digital images in this collection by the University Library Digital Library Production Service (DLPS).Image Collectionsart-icArt / Art HistoryArt History;Art and Design;Asian Languages and Cultures;Chinese StudiesArts;Humanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/ccs1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/ccs1ic.jpgChinese PapercutsChinese PapercutsN/AN/Atext:Chinese PapercutsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionC/c/ccs1ic
publicHumanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan HistoryHumanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan Historytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/civilwar1civilwar1N/AThe Western Michigan University Libraries United States Civil War Collection was launched in 2007 with 8 diaries of men with connections to Michigan or the Midwest. It has since expanded and the current collection represents diverse military experiences, ranging from a musician to a prisoner of war. The handwritten originals have full transcriptions that are searchable with subjects.Text Collectionshti-tc;umhist-tcHumanities Text Initiative,University of Michigan HistoryArchives and Manuscripts;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/civilwar1/lib/colllist/thumbnails/civilwar1.jpgCivil War CollectionCivil War Collectionhttp://www.umdl.umich.eduDLPSgraphic:banner.jpgdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionC/c/civilwar1
publicState of Michigan Finding AidsState of Michigan Finding Aidsfindaidhttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/clarkeclarkeN/AThis EAD (Encoded Archival Description) Finding Aids site of the Clarke Historical Library at Central Michigan University provides access to finding aids for archival records and manuscript collections housed in the library's archives.Finding Aid CollectionsmigroupState of Michigan Finding AidsArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/clarke/lib/colllist/thumbnails/clarke.jpgClarke Historical Library Online Finding AidsClarke Historical Library Online Finding Aidsmailto:dlps-help@umich.eduUniversity of Michigan Digital Librarygraphic:testlogo2.gifdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionC/c/clarke
publicAbraham Lincoln Association Publications;Nineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text InitiativeAbraham Lincoln Association Publications;Nineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiativetexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/lincolnlincolnN/AIn 1953, the Abraham Lincoln Association published The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, a multi-volume set of Lincoln's correspondence, speeches, and other writings. Roy P. Basler and his editorial staff, with the continued support of the association, spent five years transcribing and annotating Lincoln's papers. This resource presents the 9-volume set of Lincoln's correspondence, speeches, and other writings in a searchable database.Text Collectionsalapubs;amer19c;hti-tcAbraham Lincoln Association Publications,Nineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text InitiativeAmerican Culture;United States HistoryHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/lincoln/lib/colllist/thumbnails/lincoln.jpgCollected Works of Abraham LincolnCollected Works of Abraham LincolnN/AN/Atext:Collected Works of Abraham LincolndefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionC/l/lincoln
restrictedArchitecture;Art / Art History;Photography;Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Art / Art History;Photography;Visual Resources Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umdvrc1icumdvrc1icN/AThe Literature, Philosophy and the Arts VRC (formerly the Humanities VRC) online image collection serves the teaching program of the department and other disciplines in the College of Arts, Sciences and Letters. The core collection numbers approximately 90,000 slides and 300 videocassettes.Image Collectionsarch-ic;art-ic;photo-ic;vrc-icArchitecture,Art / Art History,Photography,Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Art History;Photographs and Pictorial Works;Humanities (General)Arts;General Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umdvrc1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/umdvrc1ic.jpgCollege of Arts, Sciences, and Letters (UM-Dearborn)College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters (UM-Dearborn)N/AN/Atext:College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters (UM-Dearborn)defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionC/u/umdvrc1ic
publicDentistry Collections;Non-English Text CollectionsDentistry Collections;Non-English Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/conraditcconraditcN/AThe book, "Sr. koenigliche majest. zu Daennemark, Norwegen [et]c. Hof-Mund und Zahn-Arztes Johann Gottfried Conradi, Kurze Abhandlung von den Krankheiten der Zaehne und deren Kur ...", was written for the Danish King in 1755 as a managerial summary of the state of the art of dentistry at that time. Funding was provided by the University Library for the transcription, translation, and digitization of this work. The rarity of this work has made it largely unavailable to researchers in dental history, which we hope will be rectified by the provision of this free full-text online resource.Text Collectionsdentist;noneng-tcDentistry Collections,Non-English Text CollectionsDentistryHealth Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/conraditc/lib/colllist/thumbnails/conraditc.jpgConradi: Kurze Abhandlung von den Krankheiten der Zaehne und deren KurConradi: Kurze Abhandlung von den Krankheiten der Zaehne und deren KurN/AN/Atext:Conradi: Kurze Abhandlung von den Krankheiten der Zaehne und deren KurdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionC/c/conraditc
publicHumanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsHumanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/cmecmeN/AA collection of several hundred Middle English texts of many dates, genres and dialects, including Chaucer's Canterbury Tales & Troilus and Criseyde, Langland's Piers Plowman, Malory's Morte Darthur, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, the entire Wycliffite Bible, and many others.Text Collectionshti-tc;text-allHumanities Text Initiative,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsArchives and Manuscripts;English Language and LiteratureGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/cme/lib/colllist/thumbnails/cme.jpgCorpus of Middle English Prose and VerseCorpus of Middle English Prose and VerseN/AN/Agraphic:corpus.gifdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionC/c/cme
publicSerial CollectionsSerial Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/crossccrosscN/ACross Currents, a yearbook of Central European civilization, history, literature, and politics was published from 1982 to 1993: numbers 1-9 by the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Michigan, and numbers 10-12 by Yale University Press. During the twelve years of Cross Currents, the publication brought together information on literature, visual arts, theater, music, cinema, and photography as well as philosophical essays documenting the mix and clash of cultures in the center of Europe.Text Collectionsserial-tcSerial CollectionsGeneral and Comparative Literature;Slavic Languages and Literature;European StudiesHumanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/crossc/lib/colllist/thumbnails/crossc.jpgCross CurrentsCross CurrentsN/ADLPSgraphic:crossc2.jpgdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionC/c/crossc
restrictedHumanities Text Initiative;Poetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsHumanities Text Initiative;Poetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/daap20daap20N/AThis database of modern and contemporary African American poetry includes collected poems and individual volumes from all the major movements and schools of twentieth century African American poetry from 1902 to 1999.Text Collectionshti-tc;poetry;text-allHumanities Text Initiative,Poetry,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsEnglish Language and Literature;African American StudiesHumanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/daap20/lib/colllist/thumbnails/daap20.jpgDatabase of 20th Century African American PoetryDatabase of 20th Century African American PoetryN/AN/Atext:Database of 20th Century African American PoetrydefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionD/d/daap20
restrictedNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Poetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Poetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/daapdaapN/AThis database contains the full-text of 54 African-American poets writing in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and, through their writings, provides a unique portrait of early America.Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tc;poetry;text-allNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text Initiative,Poetry,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsEnglish Language and Literature;African American StudiesHumanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/daap/lib/colllist/thumbnails/daap.jpgDatabase of African-American PoetryDatabase of African-American PoetryN/AN/Atext:Database of African-American PoetrydefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionD/d/daap
publicPhotography;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan HistoryPhotography;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl7icbhl7icN/AScrapbook from the Delta Delta Delta sorority at the University of Michigan. The scrapbook was originally created in 1914 by residents of Hilary House (a Women’s League house, a precursor to modern dormitories) as a petition to the national Delta Delta Delta sorority for the formation of a local chapter (Iota) at the university, which was installed in 1915. The volume includes photographs of prospective sorority members and campus facilities as well as supporting documentation.Image Collectionsphoto-ic;um-ic;umhist-icPhotography,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan HistoryPhotographs and Pictorial WorksGeneral Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl7ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhl7ic.jpgDelta Delta Delta, Iota Chapter ScrapbookDelta Delta Delta, Iota Chapter ScrapbookN/AN/Atext:Delta Delta Delta, Iota Chapter ScrapbookdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionD/b/bhl7ic
publicDentistry CollectionsDentistry Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dencosdencosN/ADental Cosmos, a "Monthly Record of Dental Science," was the first enduring national journal for the American dental profession, and one of the most significant in the early history of American dentistry.Text CollectionsdentistDentistry CollectionsJournals and Magazines;DentistryGeneral Information Sources;Health Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dencos/lib/colllist/thumbnails/dencos.jpgDental CosmosDental CosmosN/AN/Atext:Dental CosmosdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionD/d/dencos
publicDentistry CollectionsDentistry Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dentaljdentaljN/AThis collection of important and unusual dental publications is comprised of both books and journals. Titles included have been selected for reasons of historical interest, value to the profession, rarity, or a need for preservation of the physical items. Highlights of the collection include such titles as "A Practical Treatise on Operative Dentistry" by Jonathan Taft, the thesis of Sigurd Ramfjord, and the "Transactions of the American Dental Association."Text CollectionsdentistDentistry CollectionsDentistryHealth Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dentalj/lib/colllist/thumbnails/dentalj.jpgDental Historic CollectionDental Historic CollectionN/AN/Atext:Dental Historic CollectionN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionD/d/dentalj
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/daasdaasN/AThis record group pertains to the University of Michigan Department of Afroamerican and African Studies and to campus, regional, and national organizations devoted to political and civil rights causes from the 1960s to the 1990s. The collection includes print documents, photographs, and audio-visual material that document racial harassment incidents, political protests, scholarly conferences and symposia, MLK Day celebrations and black student life on the U-M campus. There are also materials about the civil rights movement of the 1960s and the anti-apartheid and divestment movements of the 1980s. Originally a Center, the unit was formally recognized as a department of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts in 2011.Text CollectionsNo group nameUnited States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/daas/lib/colllist/thumbnails/daas.jpgDepartment of Afroamerican and African Studies (University of Michigan) RecordsDepartment of Afroamerican and African Studies (University of Michigan) RecordsN/AN/Atext:Department of Afroamerican and African Studies (University of Michigan) Recordstext:Bentley Historical Library, University of MichiganDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionD/d/daas
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/genpubgenpubN/AThis collection contains over 30,000 books that were scanned for preservation purposes from the University of Michigan Library collections, on all topics.Text CollectionsNo group nameBooksGeneral Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/genpub/lib/colllist/thumbnails/genpub.jpgDigital General CollectionDigital General CollectionN/AN/Atext:Digital General CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionD/g/genpub
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/prayprayN/ABentley Historical Library provides digitized selections from the George W. Pray Papers, 1844-1890. George W. Pray was a physician and member of the first graduating class of the University of Michigan in 184. Papers include journals, correspondence, physician's records.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/pray/lib/colllist/thumbnails/pray.jpgDigitized Selections from the George W. Pray Papers, 1844-1890Digitized Selections from the George W. Pray Papers, 1844-1890N/AN/Atext:George Pray CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionD/p/pray
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=thomasthomasN/ABentley Historical Library provides digitized selections from the Nathan M. Thomas Papers, 1818-1889. Nathan M. Thomas was a Quaker abolitionist and physician in Mt. Pleasant, Ohio, and Schoolcraft, Michigan. Correspondence of Thomas, his wife Pamela S. Brown Thomas, and their children; addresses, autobiography, financial ledgers, and files relating to business activities, medical practice, and anti-slavery activities.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=thomas/lib/colllist/thumbnails/thomas.jpgDigitized Selections from the Nathan M. Thomas Papers, 1818-1889Digitized Selections from the Nathan M. Thomas Papers, 1818-1889N/AN/Atext:Nathan M. Thomas PapersdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionD/t/thomas
publicUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research Centerimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclpapyricsclpapyricN/AThis is a collection of over 20 digitized papyri from Egypt and Greece.Image Collectionsum-ic;umscl-icUniversity of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterArchives and Manuscripts;Classical Studies;Middle Eastern Near Eastern and North African StudiesGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclpapyric/lib/colllist/thumbnails/sclpapyric.jpgDiversity in the Desert, Special Collections Research Center, University of MichiganDiversity in the Desert, Special Collections Research Center, University of MichiganN/ADLPStext:Diversity in the Desert, Special Collections Research Center, University of MichigandefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionD/s/sclpapyric
publicPhotography;University of Michigan HistoryPhotography;University of Michigan Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dude1icdude1icN/AThe Duderstadt Photograph Archive contains nearly 4,000 images dated between 1959-2004 from James and Anne Duderstadt’s years at the University in their roles as faculty, dean, provost, president, and community leaders.Image Collectionsphoto-ic;umhist-icPhotography,University of Michigan HistoryPhotographs and Pictorial WorksGeneral Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dude1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/dude1ic.jpgDuderstadt Photograph ArchiveDuderstadt Photograph ArchiveN/AN/Atext:Duderstadt Photograph ArchivedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionD/d/dude1ic
restrictedEarly English Books Online Collections;Text Creation Partnership (TCP) CollectionsEarly English Books Online Collections;Text Creation Partnership (TCP) Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eeboeeboeebogroupEEBO-TCP (Phase 1 and Phase 2), the original Text Creation Partnership project, resulted from a consortially-funded project uniting ProQuest with more than 150 libraries to generate highly accurate, fully-searchable, SGML/XML-encoded texts corresponding to books from ProQuest's Early English Books Online (EEBO) database. The EEBO-TCP corpus consists of the lightly encoded transcriptions of works drawn from the EEBO collections known as Short Title Catalogues I and II (based on the Pollard & Redgrave and Wing short title catalogs respectively), as well as the Thomason Tracts and the Early English Books Tract Supplement collections. The books in these collections represent the whole range of early modern print, and every genre and area of human endeavor. From 2000-2009, Phase I successfully converted 25,368 selected texts.  Phase II funded the completion of about 40,000 titles, of which about 35,000 have been released to date, the remainder slowly working their way through the production pipeline. Authorized users can login to view the images hosted by ProQuest, but the texts are open to the public.Text Collectionseebogroup;tcpEarly English Books Online Collections,Text Creation Partnership (TCP) CollectionsBooks;English Language and Literature;British and Irish StudiesGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebo/lib/colllist/thumbnails/eebo.jpgEarly English Books OnlineEarly English Books OnlineN/AN/Agraphic:sm-logo1.jpgdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionE/e/eebogroup
restrictedUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eepfeepfN/AThe Early English Prose Fiction collection contains over 200 works of prose fiction dating from 1500-1700. It includes Elizabethan fiction, Jest Books, collections of short pieces and novellas, Restoration fiction and works of popular fiction.Text Collectionstext-allUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsEnglish Language and LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eepf/lib/colllist/thumbnails/eepf.jpgEarly English Prose FictionEarly English Prose FictionN/AN/Atext:Early English Prose FictiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionE/e/eepf
publicGovernment Documents;Humanities Text InitiativeGovernment Documents;Humanities Text Initiativetexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/endcendcN/ASponsored by the United Nations in 1962, the Conference of the Eighteen-Nation Committee on Disarmament attempted to establish a dialogue between the United States and the Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War. In addition to disarmament, the ENDC considered confidence-building measures and control of nuclear tests. This collection includes the verbatim transcripts of its meetings.Text Collectionsgovdocs;hti-tcGovernment Documents,Humanities Text InitiativeArchives and Manuscripts;International Government Information;Political ScienceGeneral Information Sources;Government, Politics & Lawforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/endc/lib/colllist/thumbnails/endc.jpgEighteen Nation Committee on DisarmamentEighteen Nation Committee on DisarmamentN/AN/Agraphic:eighteen_nation2.gifN/AHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionE/e/endc
restrictedText Creation Partnership (TCP) CollectionsText Creation Partnership (TCP) Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eccoeccotcpECCO-TCP resulted from a a partnership with Gale, part of Cengage Learning, to produce a several-thousand-volume sampler of highly accurate, fully-searchable, SGML/XML-encoded texts from among the 150,000 titles available in Gale’s Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) database. With the support of more than 35 libraries, the TCP keyed, encoded, edited, and released 2,231 ECCO-TCP texts. A further tranche of texts were keyed and encoded but never fully proofed or edited. They remain useful for many purposes, however, and bring the total of ECCO-TCP texts to roughly 3,000. In cooperation with Gale Cengage, these texts have been made freely available to the public though full access to images held by Gale is restricted to authorized users.Text CollectionstcpText Creation Partnership (TCP) CollectionsEnglish Language and Literature;History (General);Humanities (General);British and Irish StudiesHumanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/ecco/lib/colllist/thumbnails/ecco.jpgEighteenth Century Collections OnlineEighteenth Century Collections OnlineN/AN/Agraphic:ecco-smlogo.gifdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionE/e/ecco
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/campecampeN/AElizabeth Camp's two journals detail her time spent with the Stockbridge Indians as a schoolteacher and unofficial Congregationalist missionary in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The collection contains digitized content from physical content held at the William L. Clements Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/campe/lib/colllist/thumbnails/campe.jpgElizabeth Camp Journals, 1819-1825Elizabeth Camp Journals, 1819-1825N/AN/Atext:Elizabeth Camp Journals, 1819-1825defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionE/c/campe
restrictedPoetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsPoetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/epdepdN/AThis database comprises the works of almost 1,350 poets from 600-1900. Certain categories of material have been excluded from the database: translations into English verse after 1800, hymns published after 1800, works in languages other than English, etc.Text Collectionspoetry;text-allPoetry,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsEnglish Language and LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/epd/lib/colllist/thumbnails/epd.jpgEnglish Poetry DatabaseEnglish Poetry DatabaseN/AN/Atext:English Poetry DatabasedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionE/e/epd
restrictedUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eprosedeprosedN/AEnglish Prose Drama contains more than 1,600 plays written by more than 350 different authors from the Renaissance to the end of the nineteenth century. The database includes plays, masques, entertainments, and certain closet dramas.Text Collectionstext-allUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsTheatre and Drama;English Language and LiteratureArts;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eprosed/lib/colllist/thumbnails/eprosed.jpgEnglish Prose DramaEnglish Prose DramaN/AN/Atext:English Prose DramadefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionE/e/eprosed
restrictedUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/evdevdN/AEnglish Verse Drama contains more than 2,000 works by around 450 named authors and approximately 230 anonymous works, from the Shrewsbury Fragments of the late thirteenth century to the end of the nineteenth century.Text Collectionstext-allUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsTheatre and Drama;English Language and LiteratureArts;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/evd/lib/colllist/thumbnails/evd.jpgEnglish Verse DramaEnglish Verse DramaN/AN/AN/AdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionEN/A
restrictedText Creation Partnership (TCP) CollectionsText Creation Partnership (TCP) Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/evansevanstcpEvans-TCP, a partnership among the Text Creation Partnership at the University of Michigan, the Readex division of NewsBank, and the American Antiquarian Society (AAS), created 5,000 accurately keyed and fully searchable SGML/XML text editions from among the 40,000 titles available in the online Evans Early American Imprints collection (series I). Evans contains the most significant collection of titles relating to the history of seventeenth and eighteenth century America though full access to images held by Readex is restricted to authorized users.Text CollectionstcpText Creation Partnership (TCP) CollectionsAmerican Culture;English Language and Literature;United States HistoryHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/evans/lib/colllist/thumbnails/evans.jpgEvans Early American Imprint CollectionEvans Early American Imprint CollectionN/AN/Agraphic:evans.gifdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionE/e/evans
publicDaily Life Series;Southeast AsiaDaily Life Series;Southeast Asiaimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/lrc1iclrc1icN/AThis collection is designed to supplement the teaching and learning of the Thai language by providing a rich variety of images through which learners may acquire a better understanding of life in Thailand. These images are primarily intended for learners and instructors of the Thai language, but those who are interested in other Southeast Asian languages and related disciplines may find them useful as well.Image Collectionselsicg;southeastasia-icgrDaily Life Series,Southeast AsiaPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Asian Languages and Cultures;Southeast Asian StudiesGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/lrc1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/lrc1ic.jpgEveryday Life in ThailandEveryday Life in ThailandN/AN/Atext:Everyday Life in ThailanddefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionE/l/lrc1ic
restrictedPoetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsPoetry;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/faberfaberN/AThis collection contains the full-text of more than four thousand poems by over 40 British, Irish, and post-colonial poets of the twentieth century, including T.S. Eliot, Seamus Heaney, Ted Hughes, James Joyce, and Sylvia Plath.Text Collectionspoetry;text-allPoetry,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsEnglish Language and LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/faber/lib/colllist/thumbnails/faber.jpgFaber Poetry LibraryFaber Poetry LibraryN/AN/Atext:Faber Poetry LibrarydefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionF/f/faber
publicScience and TechnologyScience and Technologytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fisheryfisheryN/AThe Institute for Fisheries Research (IFR), a cooperative unit of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Fisheries Division and the University of Michigan (UM), was established February 7, 1930 and is located on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. This database provides access to Fisheries Division Research Reports, Fisheries Division Technical Reports, and Fisheries Division Special/Management Reports.Text CollectionsscitechScience and TechnologyNatural Resources and EnvironmentScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fishery/lib/colllist/thumbnails/fishery.jpgFisheries Division LibraryFisheries Division LibraryN/AN/Agraphic:sm_banner.gifdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionF/f/fishery
publicUniversity of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/crania1iccrania1icN/AThe Ford Collection contains human skulls collected by Dr. Corydon La Ford, M.D., during his time as professor of Anatomy at the University of Michigan Medical School between 1854 and 1890. The collection was transferred to the Museum of Anthropology in 1996 and the Museum has loaned much of it (excluding the Native American crania that fall under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) regulations) to the UM Dept. of Anthropology for use in teaching. No Native American skulls are illustrated in this project.Image Collectionsum-icUniversity of Michigan CollectionsAnthropologySocial Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/crania1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/crania1ic.jpgFord Collection, UM Museum of Anthropological ArchaeologyFord Collection, UM Museum of Anthropological ArchaeologyN/AN/Atext:Ford Collection, UM Museum of Anthropological ArchaeologyN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionF/c/crania1ic
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fortwaynefortwayneN/AThe Fort Wayne Indian Agency collection consists of a letterbook kept by Indian agents John Johnston and Benjamin Franklin Stickney; an English-to-Ottawa dictionary, likely written by Stickney; and a memorandum book kept by Johnston during his time at Fort Wayne, Indiana Territory. The collection contains digitized content from physical content held at the William L. Clements Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fortwayne/lib/colllist/thumbnails/fortwayne.jpgFort Wayne Indian Agency Collection, 1802-1815Fort Wayne Indian Agency Collection, 1802-1815N/AN/Atext:Fort Wayne Indian Agency Collection, 1802-1815defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionF/f/fortwayne
publicNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Serial CollectionsNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Serial Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/gandfgandfN/AThe Journal of Horticulture, Landscape Art, and Forestry (1888-1897) was the first American journal devoted to horticulture, botany, landscape design and preservation, national and urban park development, scientific forestry, and the conservation of forest resources. The Preservation Reformatting Division used LC preservation specifications to produce this digital reproduction of all ten volumes, comprising 8,400 pages and over 1,000 photographs and other illustrations.Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tc;serial-tcNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text Initiative,Serial CollectionsJournals and Magazines;Botany;Ecology and Evolutionary Biology;Landscape Architecture;Natural Resources and EnvironmentGeneral Information Sources;Scienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/gandf/lib/colllist/thumbnails/gandf.jpgGarden and ForestGarden and ForestN/AN/Atext:Garden and ForestdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionG/g/gandf
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/blydenburghblydenburghN/AThe George and Marion Blydenburgh Papers includes correspondence, photographs, and lantern slides from the Blydenburghs' missionary work in China as well as topical writings (by the Blydenburghs and others), news clippings, reports from the Nanchang Hospital, and publications from the Nanking Language School. The George and Marion Blydenburgh Papers document the work of American missionaries and doctors in China during the 1920s and early 1930s. The collection provides a first-hand account of life in pre-revolutionary China and its increasingly turbulent relationship with Japan in the run up to World War II.Text CollectionsNo group nameGeneral Information Sources;International Studies;Humanities;Social SciencesArchives and Manuscripts;Chinese Studies;Education;Photographs and Pictorial Works;United States Historyforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/blydenburgh/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blydenburgh.jpgGeorge and Marion Blydenburgh PapersGeorge and Marion Blydenburgh PapersN/AN/Atext:James B. Angell Papers, 1845-1916text:Bentley Historical Library, University of MichiganDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionG/b/blydenburgh
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/germanauxgermanauxN/AThis collection is comprised of seventy muster rolls and 15 additional letters and documents of the German regiments employed by the British to fight in the American Revolutionary War. The collection contains digitized content from physical content held at the William L. Clements Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/germanaux/lib/colllist/thumbnails/germanaux.jpgGerman Auxiliaries Muster Rolls, 1776-1786German Auxiliaries Muster Rolls, 1776-1786N/AN/Atext:German Auxiliaries muster rolls 1776-1786defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionG/g/germanaux
publicUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research Centerimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/scldixiescldixieN/AScrapbooks and albums of photographs, clippings, brochures, and correspondence related to the development of the Dixie Highway and W.S. Gilbreath's role in its building and promotion.Image Collectionsum-ic;umscl-icUniversity of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterPhotographs and Pictorial Works;American CultureGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/scldixie/lib/colllist/thumbnails/scldixie.jpgGilbreath Dixie Highway ScrapbooksGilbreath Dixie Highway ScrapbooksN/AN/Atext:Gilbreath Dixie Highway ScrapbooksdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionG/s/scldixie
publicPhotography;University of Michigan CollectionsPhotography;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl8icbhl8icN/AThe Grand Hotel records comprise documents, photographs, audio and videographic material collected about the hotel by its management. The digitized Photographic Material, circa 1855-2004 series comprises over 2,200 images organized in 5 subseries. Hotel Amenities, Scenery and Unidentified Events comprises images of the hotel, its surroundings, and general unidentified events. The bulk of the images in this subseries are from the mid-20th century through the late 1980s. The Events subseries comprises images of identified events that were held at the hotel, and includes numerous photographs of celebrities and political leaders. People contains images featuring notable personages and staff members, and includes several images of Woodfill and the Musser family. Construction and Remodeling contains almost entirely snapshot images of construction projects that were conducted at the hotel during its off-seasons, mainly during the 1980s. Finally, the Miscellaneous subseries contains images of the recovery work after a room fire at the hotel in 1983, as well as photographic reproductions of several artistic and historical items related to the hotel.Image Collectionsphoto-ic;um-icPhotography,University of Michigan CollectionsPhotographs and Pictorial WorksGeneral Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl8ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhl8ic.jpgGrand Hotel Photograph SeriesGrand Hotel Photograph SeriesN/AN/Atext:Grand Hotel Photograph SeriesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionG/b/bhl8ic
publicScience and TechnologyScience and Technologytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/glrrglrrN/ABordering as it does on four of the five Great Lakes, the State of Michigan and its universities understand the importance of the Lakes for the future vitality of our state. Accordingly, the University of Michigan has pursued an active research program in this area, and seeks to share some of its findings through this site. The research papers represented on this site were published by the Great Lakes Research Division, a unit of the University of Michigan Institute for Science and Technology, and later reorganized under the Department of Biology.Text CollectionsscitechScience and TechnologyNatural Resources and EnvironmentScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/glrr/lib/colllist/thumbnails/glrr.jpgGreat Lakes Digital LibraryGreat Lakes Digital LibraryN/AN/Agraphic:GLRRbanner_sm.jpgdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionG/g/glrr
publicUniversity of Michigan Special CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Special Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=arzoumanianarzoumanianN/AThe close to 500 documents in the Hamparzoum Arzoumanian Archives in the Special Collections of the University of Michigan span the years between 1896 and 1910. These documents vary from 1 to 14 pages in length, and are very diverse in character. They include family documents such as travel documents, birth, marriage, naturalization and death certificates; in memoriam notices, photographs, postcards, personal correspondence and correspondence with members of the Hunchakian Party; circulars and communiques of the party, newspapers and newspaper clippings, and other printed matter.Text CollectionsspcollsUniversity of Michigan Special CollectionsArchives and Manuscripts;History (General)General Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=arzoumanian/lib/colllist/thumbnails/arzoumanian.jpgHamparzoum Arzoumanian Papers, 1896-1910Hamparzoum Arzoumanian Papers, 1896-1910N/AN/Agraphic:banner-small.pngN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionH/a/arzoumanian
publicMiscellaneousMiscellaneousimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/harpersweeklyicharpersweeklyicN/AThis collection contains the original page images of the 1865 volume of American magazine Harper's Weekly.Image Collectionsmisc-icMiscellaneousUnited States History;Historical News SourcesHumanities;News & Current Eventsforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/harpersweeklyic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/harpersweeklyic.jpgHarper's WeeklyHarper's WeeklyN/AN/Atext:Harper's WeeklydefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionH/h/harpersweeklyic
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/j/jameshenryjameshenryN/AThis collection is comprised of digitized material from the William L. Clements Library primarily of incoming correspondence to husband and wife Gilbert and Adeline James of Cherry Creek, New York. Their most prolific correspondent was Gilbert's brother Henry James, who sent 18 letters, most written while serving in Company C of the 7th Michigan Cavalry during the Civil War. Henry James wrote to his family about life at Maple Grove, near Saginaw, Michigan; camp life during training at Camp Kellogg, Grand Rapids; experiences fighting at Gettysburg and elsewhere in Pennsylvania; and his posting at Camp Stoneman, Washington, D.C.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/j/jameshenry/lib/colllist/thumbnails/jameshenry.jpgHenry James Family Correspondence, 1855-1865 (bulk 1859-1865)Henry James Family Correspondence, 1855-1865 (bulk 1859-1865)N/AN/Atext:Henry James Family Correspondence, 1855-1865 (bulk 1859-1865)defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionH/j/jameshenry
publicMaking of Ann Arbor;University of Michigan HistoryMaking of Ann Arbor;University of Michigan Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moaahbicmoaahbicmoaaicThe Making of Ann Arbor is a public collection of resources on the history and development of the Ann Arbor community, created in collaboration with the Ann Arbor District Library, the Bentley Historical Library, and the University of Michigan's Digital Library Production Service. The Historic Buildings of Ann Arbor collection includes over 200 images and historical information on houses, churches, commercial, and other local buildings in Ann Arbor.Image Collectionsmoaaic;umhist-icMaking of Ann Arbor,University of Michigan HistoryArchitecture;Places;United States HistoryArts;General Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moaahbic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/moaahbic.jpgHistoric Buildings of Ann ArborHistoric Buildings of Ann ArborN/AN/Atext:Historic Buildings of Ann ArbordefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionH/m/moaahbic
publicArchitecture;Art / Art History;Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Art / Art History;Visual Resources Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hiaaichiaaicN/AThe historic illustrations included in this project were originally published during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Many originally appeared in publications that predated the widespread use of photography for art documentation. These engravings, line drawings, and plans reflect both the technological and aesthetic standards of their time. These records include full bibliographic information on the sources, which were published between 1879 and 1921.Image Collectionsarch-ic;art-ic;vrc-icArchitecture,Art / Art History,Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Photographs and Pictorial WorksArts;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hiaaic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/hiaaic.jpgHistoric Illustrations of Art and ArchitectureHistoric Illustrations of Art and ArchitectureN/AN/Atext:Historic Illustrations of Art and ArchitecturedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionH/h/hiaaic
publicArt / Art History;Visual Resources CollectionsArt / Art History;Visual Resources Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hart3ichart3icN/AThe Visual Resources Collections at the University of Michigan houses the Islamic manuscript record archive of Dr. Marianna Shreve Simpson (PhD, Harvard University, 1978). The Simpson collection encompasses the history of Islamic book arts, with a particular focus on illustrated manuscripts produced between 1300 and 1600 CE. Containing over 500 documentation records and approximately 4,800 images (prints, color slides, digital images, and microfilms), the archive represents almost four decades of manuscript study in libraries, museums, and private collections throughout the world.Image Collectionsart-ic;vrc-icArt / Art History,Visual Resources CollectionsArt History;Art and Design;Asian Languages and CulturesArts;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hart3ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/hart3ic.jpgHistory of Art Department, Visual Resources Collections - Simpson Islamic Manuscript Record ArchiveHistory of Art Department, Visual Resources Collections - Simpson Islamic Manuscript Record ArchiveN/AN/Atext:Simpson Islamic Manuscript Record ArchivedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionH/h/hart3ic
restrictedArchitecture;Art / Art History;Photography;Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Art / Art History;Photography;Visual Resources Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/harthartN/AThe Department of the History of Art's digital collection consists of images digitized from slides, books, journals, and prints as well as digital images licensed from vendors, original digital photography donated by faculty, and images provided by other University Visual Resources Collections (VRC). In addition to digital images, the HART VRC Images collection includes data records of the Eleanor S. Collins VRC Teaching Collections, namely the 35mm slide collection.Image Collectionsarch-ic;art-ic;photo-ic;vrc-icArchitecture,Art / Art History,Photography,Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Art History;Photographs and Pictorial Works;Classical StudiesArts;General Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hart/lib/colllist/thumbnails/hart.jpgHistory of Art, VRC Image BankHistory of Art, VRC Image BankN/AN/Atext:UM, History of Art, VRCdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionH/h/hart
publicScience and TechnologyScience and Technologytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/homeophomeopN/AThe homeopathy collection at the University of Michigan originated in the holdings of the Homeopathic Medical College, first established as part of the University in 1875. The Homeopathic Medical College existed concurrently with the allopathic Medical School until 1922. There was also a Homeopathic Hospital in existence locally from 1879 until 1891. The collection itself contains items dating from the mid-1800's to the present day.Text CollectionsscitechScience and TechnologyIntegrative MedicineHealth Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/homeop/lib/colllist/thumbnails/homeop.jpgHomeopathy CollectionHomeopathy CollectionN/AN/Atext:Homeopathy CollectionN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionH/h/homeop
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/marshallfammarshallfamN/AThe Humphry and Moses Marshall papers primarily document the careers of botanist Humphry Marshall (1722-1801) and his nephew and business associate, Moses Marshall (1758-1813). The collection contains digitized content from physical content held at the William L. Clements Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/marshallfam/lib/colllist/thumbnails/marshallfam.jpgHumphry and Moses Marshall Papers, 1721-1863Humphry and Moses Marshall Papers, 1721-1863N/AN/Atext:Humphry and Moses Marshall Papers, 1721-1863defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionH/m/marshallfam
publicDaily Life Series;Southeast AsiaDaily Life Series;Southeast Asiaimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/i/indonesianindonesianN/AThe University of Michigan database of images from Indonesia contains over five hundred digital images of everyday Indonesian life. These images are primarily intended for learners and instructors of Bahasa Indonesia, Indonesia's national language, but those who are interested in other Southeast Asian languages and related disciplines may find them useful as well.Image Collectionselsicg;southeastasia-icgrDaily Life Series,Southeast AsiaPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Asian Languages and Cultures;Southeast Asian StudiesGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/i/indonesian/lib/colllist/thumbnails/indonesian.jpgImages from IndonesiaImages from IndonesiaN/AN/Atext:Images from IndonesiadefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionI/i/indonesian
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/angellangellN/AJames Burrill Angell was the third (and longest serving) President of the University of Michigan, holding the office from 1871-1909. Under his leadership, Michigan was recognized as one of the premier public universities in the United States and would come to exert significant influence on other institutions of higher education. Over the course of his presidency, the University of Michigan faculty increased from 35 to 400, the student body expanded fivefold to more than 5,000, and the school's budget increased nearly ten times to more than $1,000,000.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;Education;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/angell/lib/colllist/thumbnails/angell.jpgJames B. Angell Papers, 1845-1916James B. Angell Papers, 1845-1916N/AN/Atext:James B. Angell Papers, 1845-1916text:Bentley Historical Library, University of MichiganDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionJ/a/angell
publicArchaeology;Photography;University of Michigan CollectionsArchaeology;Photography;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl3icbhl3icN/AThe Jeffrey R. Parsons digital images are part of the Jeffrey R. Parsons collection housed at the University of Michigan's Bentley Historical Library. Mr. Parsons generously donated the photographs to the University of Michigan Regents, also assigning the copyright to the Regents. The images document the archaeologist's field work in the Basin of Mexico and in Peru and are part of the collections' visual materials series. These depict terrain survey work, a variety of ceramic work, and multiple archaeological sites Among the locations documented here are Ixtapalapa, Zumpango, Texcoco, Chalco, Xochimilco, Jauja, Huasahuasi, Junin, and Tarma.Image Collectionsarchaeol-ic;photo-ic;um-icArchaeology,Photography,University of Michigan CollectionsPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Anthropology;ArchaeologyGeneral Information Sources;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl3ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhl3ic.jpgJeffrey R. Parsons Archaeological Sites ImagesJeffrey R. Parsons Archaeological Sites ImagesN/AN/Atext:Jeffrey R. Parsons Archaeological Sites ImagesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionJ/b/bhl3ic
publicUniversity of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Michigan - Special Collections Research Centerimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclharrissclharrisN/AThe University Library and the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies were the joint beneficiaries of a generous gift from Constance and (the late) Theodore Harris of Beverly Hills, California, who in 2003-04 gave an extraordinary collection of some 2,000 items to the University of Michigan. The Jewish Heritage Collection was formed to reflect Jewish life, and it does so in an unusual assemblage of artwork, books, printed ephemera such as pamphlets and postcards, and objects of everyday and religious significance.Image Collectionsumscl-icUniversity of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterClassical Studies;Middle Eastern Near Eastern and North African StudiesHumanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclharris/lib/colllist/thumbnails/sclharris.jpgJewish Heritage CollectionJewish Heritage CollectionN/AN/Atext:Jewish Heritage Collection Digital ArchivedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionJ/s/sclharris
publicUniversity of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Michigan - Special Collections Research Centerimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclaudubonsclaudubonN/AJohn Audubon published many scientific works in his lifetime, but two are world-renowned for their artistic as well as scientific merit: The Birds of America from Original Drawings (often referred as the “double-elephant folio”; published between 1827 and 1838 in London by Robert Havell Jr.; first work purchased for the University of Michigan Library in 1839) and The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America (often referred to as the “imperial folio”; published between 1845 and 1848 in Philadelphia by J.T. Bowen; purchased jointly by the Special Collections Research Center and the William L. Clements Library in 2014). These Plate volumes are respectively intaglio and lithographic prints, both exquisitely handcolored.Image Collectionsumscl-icUniversity of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterZoology;Physiology;Natural Resources and Environment;Images and VideosScience;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclaudubon/lib/colllist/thumbnails/sclaudubon.jpgJohn James Audubon's Birds of America and Viviparous QuadrupedsJohn James Audubon's Birds of America and Viviparous QuadrupedsN/AN/Atext:John James Audubon's Birds of America and Viviparous QuadrupedsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionJ/s/sclaudubon
publicCohen AIDS Archive;Humanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan Special CollectionsCohen AIDS Archive;Humanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan Special Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/cohenaidscohenaidscohengroup2Largely focused on AIDS vaccine research, this collection spans 20 years and contains over seven thousand items including conference materials, meeting agendas and minutes, promotional materials, scientific reports and numerous government materials among other forms of documentation not found elsewhere in digital form.Text Collectionscohengroup2;hti-tc;spcollsCohen AIDS Archive,Humanities Text Initiative,University of Michigan Special CollectionsInfectious Diseases;Public Health (General)Health Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/cohenaids/lib/colllist/thumbnails/cohenaids.jpgJon Cohen AIDS Research CollectionJon Cohen AIDS Research CollectionN/AN/Atext:Jon Cohen AIDS Research CollectionN/AHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionJ/c/cohenaids
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/chasechaseN/AThe Jonathan Chase papers contain letters and documents relating to the services of Colonel Jonathan Chase, of the 13th and 15th New Hampshire Militia regiments, during the Revolutionary War. These record Chase's involvement with recruiting soldiers and providing supplies for the army during the war. The collection contains digitized content from physical content held at the William L. Clements Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/chase/lib/colllist/thumbnails/chase.jpgJonathan Chase Papers, 1775-1797Jonathan Chase Papers, 1775-1797N/AN/Atext:Jonathan Chase Papers, 1775-1797defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionJ/c/chase
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hudsonhudsonN/AJoseph L. Hudson, Jr., a noted businessman and civic leader, chaired the New Detroit Committee in the aftermath of the city's 1967 uprising. After one year, the New Detroit Committee had achieved some success in advancing the establishment of job recruitment and training programs, but challenges remained in gaining the confidence of the city's residents. New Detroit thus decided to incorporate in August 1968, at which time Hudson resigned as chairman and was succeeded by Max Fisher. Hudson continued his involvement with New Detroit through the 1970s and 1980s, however, by serving on its board of trustees.Text CollectionsNo group nameUnited States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hudson/lib/colllist/thumbnails/hudson.jpgJoseph L. Hudson PapersJoseph L. Hudson PapersN/AN/Atext:Joseph L. Hudson Paperstext:Bentley Historical Library, University of MichiganDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionJ/h/hudson
publicArchaeology;Art / Art History;Karanis Site Research;University of Michigan CollectionsArchaeology;Art / Art History;Karanis Site Research;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/kelseykelseyN/AThe Kelsey Museum of Archaeology Artifact Database represents the art and archaeological artifacts of the ancient Mediterranean world and its supporting archival collection, held at the Kelsey Museum at the University of Michigan.Image Collectionsarchaeol-ic;art-ic;karanissite_icgroup;um-icArchaeology,Art / Art History,Karanis Site Research,University of Michigan CollectionsArt History;Classical Studies;ArchaeologyArts;Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/kelsey/lib/colllist/thumbnails/kelsey.jpgKelsey Museum of ArchaeologyKelsey Museum of ArchaeologyN/AN/Atext:Kelsey Museum of ArchaeologydefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionK/k/kelsey
publicMiscellaneousMiscellaneousimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/kdimgkdimgN/AThis resource contains a full-text digitized copy of Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary.Image Collectionsmisc-icMiscellaneousIndustrial and Operations Engineering;Mechanical Engineering;DictionariesEngineering;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/kdimg/lib/colllist/thumbnails/kdimg.jpgKnight's American Mechanical DictionaryKnight's American Mechanical DictionaryN/AN/Atext:Knight's American Mechanical DictionarydefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionK/k/kdimg
publicUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research Centerimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclsclN/AThe images in this database comprise the general photograph holdings of the Labadie Collection. Not included are photographs that make up part of the archival collections. The Joseph A. Labadie Collection is the oldest research collection of radical history in the United States, documenting a wide variety of international social protest movements of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It is named for anarchist and labor organizer Joseph Antoine Labadie (1850-1933).Image Collectionsum-ic;umscl-icUniversity of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterCompanies and Industry;Photographs and Pictorial Works;Political Science;United States History;EconomicsBusiness;General Information Sources;Government, Politics & Law;Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/scl/lib/colllist/thumbnails/scl.jpgLabadie Photograph Collection, University of MichiganLabadie Photograph Collection, University of MichiganN/AN/Atext:Labadie Photograph Collection, University of MichigandefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionL/s/scl
restrictedNon-English Text Collections;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsNon-English Text Collections;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/latinlatinN/AThis collection was assembled from texts provided by the Oxford Text Archive, the InteLex Past Masters Series, Internet Wiretap, and the Cambridge Text Archive. It contains classic texts from Virgil, Ovid, Bacon and De Lille.Text Collectionsnoneng-tc;text-allNon-English Text Collections,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsClassical Studies;General and Comparative Literature;Religious StudiesHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/latin/lib/colllist/thumbnails/latin.jpgLatin TextsLatin TextsN/AN/Atext:Latin TextsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionL/l/latin
publicUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research Centerimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/linchighlinchighN/AThis collection contains images of the Lincoln Highway (construction, views, bridges, etc.) from the University Library Special Collections Research Center. The Lincoln Highway Association was made up of representatives from the automobile, tire, and cement industries, with the goal of planning, funding, constructing, and promoting the first transcontinental highway in North America.The route, consisting of both existing and newly-built roads following the most direct route possible, ran from New York to San Francisco, covering approximately 3,400 miles.Image Collectionsum-ic;umscl-icUniversity of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterCivil Engineering;Transportation;Archives and Manuscripts;Photographs and Pictorial WorksEngineering;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/linchigh/lib/colllist/thumbnails/linchigh.jpgLincoln Highway Digital Image CollectionLincoln Highway Digital Image CollectionN/AN/Atext:Lincoln Highway Digital Image CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionL/l/linchigh
publicAbraham Lincoln Association Publications;Humanities Text InitiativeAbraham Lincoln Association Publications;Humanities Text Initiativetexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/lincoln2lincoln2N/AThis growing collection of monographs, many published by the Abraham Lincoln Association, contains over a century of scholarship on Lincoln's life and times.Text Collectionsalapubs;hti-tcAbraham Lincoln Association Publications,Humanities Text InitiativeAmerican Culture;United States HistoryHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/lincoln2/lib/colllist/thumbnails/lincoln2.jpgLincoln MonographsLincoln MonographsN/AN/Atext:Lincoln MonographsdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionL/l/lincoln2
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/gilmangilmanN/AThe Louise Gilman papers consist of letters written by Louise Gilman while serving as a teacher at the Hampton Institute in Hampton, Virginia, a school established to educate freed slaves. The letters describe Gilman's activities as a teacher and her thoughts about the African American students. The collection contains digitized content from physical content held at the William L. Clements Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/gilman/lib/colllist/thumbnails/gilman.jpgLouise Gilman Papers, 1866-1869Louise Gilman Papers, 1866-1869N/AN/Atext:Louise Gilman Papers, 1866-1869defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionL/g/gilman
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/childchildN/AThe Lydia Maria Child Papers consist of ninety mostly personal and at times provocative letters dating largely from 1831 to 1894. The bulk is letters from Lydia Maria Child to her wealthy Boston abolitionist and philanthropic friends, the Lorings, between 1839 and 1859. They concentrate on the period of Child's distress with the institutional politics of antislavery, her editorship of the National Anti-Slavery Standard, her growing attachment to New York Bohemia, and the publication of "Letters From New York." The correspondence documents her day to day finances, friends, and family. The collection contains digitized content from physical content held at the William L. Clements Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/child/lib/colllist/thumbnails/child.jpgLydia Maria Child Papers, 1835-1894Lydia Maria Child Papers, 1835-1894N/AN/Atext:Lydia Maria Child Papers, 1835-1894defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionL/c/child
publicNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Making of AmericaNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Making of Americatexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moamoaN/AMaking of America (MOA) is a digital library of primary sources in American social history primarily from the antebellum period through reconstruction. The collection is particularly strong in the subject areas of education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology. The book collection currently contains approximately 10,000 books with 19th century imprints.Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tc;moagrpNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text Initiative,Making of AmericaAmerican Culture;Humanities (General);United States History;Social Sciences (General)Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moa/lib/colllist/thumbnails/moa.jpgMaking of America BooksMaking of America BooksN/AN/Agraphic:moa-sm-logo.gifdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionM/m/moa
publicNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Making of America;Serial CollectionsNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Making of America;Serial Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moajrnlmoajrnlN/AMaking of America (MOA) is a digital library of primary sources in American social history primarily from the antebellum period through reconstruction. The collection is particularly strong in the subject areas of education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology. The journal collection currently contains 13 titles with 19th century imprints.Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tc;moagrp;serial-tcNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text Initiative,Making of America,Serial CollectionsAmerican Culture;Humanities (General);United States History;Social Sciences (General)Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moajrnl/lib/colllist/thumbnails/moajrnl.jpgMaking of America Journal ArticlesMaking of America Journal ArticlesN/AN/Agraphic:moa-sm-logo.gifdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionM/m/moajrnl
publicNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text InitiativeNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiativetexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moaatxtmoaatxtN/AThe Making of Ann Arbor is a public collection of resources on the history and development of the Ann Arbor community, created in collaboration with the Ann Arbor District Library, the Bentley Historical Library, and the University of Michigan's Digital Library Production Service. The Making of Ann Arbor Text collection comprises the text portion of the collection and includes digitized versions of local histories, city directories, and atlases that can be keyword searched as well as read page by page. It is complemented by the Making of Ann Arbor Image collection which contains a growing accumulation of online visual representations of life in Ann Arbor since its founding.Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tcNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text InitiativeArchives and Manuscripts;Places;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moaatxt/lib/colllist/thumbnails/moaatxt.jpgMaking of Ann Arbor Text CollectionMaking of Ann Arbor Text CollectionN/AN/Atext:Making of Ann Arbor Text CollectiondefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionM/m/moaatxt
publicMiscellaneousMiscellaneousimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/medchem1icmedchem1icN/AThis collection contains the chemical structures of a variety of useful drugs, including virtually all clinically available agents in the United States. The drugs are classified according to their mechanism of action and the records include the generic name and the general classification of each drug.Image Collectionsmisc-icMiscellaneousMedicine (General);ChemistryHealth Sciences;Scienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/medchem1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/medchem1ic.jpgMedicinal Chemical StructuresMedicinal Chemical StructuresN/AN/Atext:Medicinal Chemical StructuresN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/m/medchem1ic
publicNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text InitiativeNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiativetexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/micountymicountyN/AThe Michigan County Histories and Atlases Digitization Project is comprised of digitized titles (many composed of multiple volumes) published before 1923. The collection offers all members of the community free keyword searching and page-by-page access to digitized reproductions of Michigan county histories and atlases as a resource for historical and genealogical research.Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tcNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text InitiativePlaces;United States History;Geography and MapsGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/micounty/lib/colllist/thumbnails/micounty.jpgMichigan County Histories and AtlasesMichigan County Histories and AtlasesN/AN/Agraphic:countyslice2.gifdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionM/m/micounty
publicLocal History;Photography;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan HistoryLocal History;Photography;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/midaily1icmidaily1icN/AThe Michigan Daily Alumni Photographers Project is a collaborative effort of the University of Michigan Board of Student Publications, The Michigan Daily and Bentley Historical Library to preserve and promote the rich photographic heritage of The Michigan Daily. That heritage provides documentation of the campus, the community, and the wider world and demonstrates the technical skills and aesthetic vision the photographers brought to their assignments. The Bentley Library's Michigan Daily record group includes negatives and prints dating from 1963 to 2004 (bulk 1963-1982) and some digital images for 1995 to 2006. To supplement the Bentley's Michigan Daily collection, the Bentley and the Board of Student Publications have reached out to former Daily photographers who may have personal collections of their work for the Daily, asking if they would consider contributing a selection of their best images for inclusion in the Michigan Daily Alumni Photographers Project. To date Jay Cassidy (1967-1969), Steve Kagan (1970-1973), and Sara Stillman (1995-1998) have contributed to the project.Image Collectionslocalhist-ic;photo-ic;um-ic;umhist-icLocal History,Photography,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan HistoryHistory (General);Photographs and Pictorial WorksGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/midaily1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/midaily1ic.jpgMichigan Daily Alumni PhotographersMichigan Daily Alumni PhotographersN/AN/Atext:Michigan Daily Alumni PhotographersdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/m/midaily1ic
publicUniversity of Michigan HistoryUniversity of Michigan Historytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=lawhistorylawhistoryN/AThe Michigan Law School History Collection is comprised of resources relating to the history of the University of Michigan Law School. Included in the collection are the following materials held by the University of Michigan Law Library and/or the Bentley Historical Library: Alumni Directories (published in 1908, 1914, 1974, and 1976), Class Directories and Reunion pamphlets (various classes 1873-1933), some Law School Yearbooks.Text Collectionsumhist-tcUniversity of Michigan HistoryLaw and Legal Studies;History (General);Archives and ManuscriptsGovernment, Politics & Law;Humanities;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=lawhistory/lib/colllist/thumbnails/lawhistory.jpgMichigan Law School History CollectionMichigan Law School History CollectionN/AN/Agraphic:banner.jpgdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/l/lawhistory
publicLocal History;Photography;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan HistoryLocal History;Photography;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/psda1icpsda1icN/AThe Michigan Photography image collection contains photographs of people, places, and events at the University of Michigan dating back to 2000. Michigan Photography is an official unit of the University of Michigan dedicated to documenting the institution’s history through "thoughtful, creative, and consistently excellent photographic images." This online collection represents a curated and well-described selection of the unit’s overall work and have been used in internal and external university publications and were previously available on the Michigan Photography website. Moving forward, the collection will be updated on a regular basis as the unit transfers images to the Bentley Historical Library.Image Collectionslocalhist-ic;photo-ic;um-ic;umhist-icLocal History,Photography,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan HistoryPhotographs and Pictorial Works;American CultureGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/psda1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/psda1ic.jpgMichigan PhotographyMichigan PhotographyN/AN/Atext:Michigan PhotographydefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/p/psda1ic
publicPhotographyPhotographyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bulgakov1icbulgakov1icN/AMikhail Afanas'evich Bulgakov (1985-1940) is considered one of the leading prose, theater, and satire writers of the twentieth century. Born in Kyiv, then part of the Russian Empire and today the capital of Ukraine, Bulgakov spent much of his youth at the family home on the second floor of 13 Andriivs'kyi Descent in the city center and at the family dacha in Bucha (Kyiv Provence). Bulgakov was one of seven children and married three times. He was educated and worked for several years as a medical doctor. In 1921 Bulgakov moved to Moscow and left his medical career in pursuit of writing. Today, Bulgakov is most famous for his satirical critiques of the Soviet Union, his perseverance as a writer through state censorship, and for his fantastical and memorable characters, particularly from his magnum opus, The Master and Margarita (published posthumously in 1966).Image Collectionsphoto-icPhotographySlavic Languages and Literatures;European Studies;Photographs and Pictorial WorksGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bulgakov1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bulgakov1ic.jpgMikhail Bulgakov Digital CollectionMikhail Bulgakov Digital CollectionN/AN/Atext:Mikhail Bulgakov Digital CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/b/bulgakov1ic
publicMiscellaneousMiscellaneousimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/miscmiscN/AThis is a collection of over one thousand images from various University of Michigan Library projects, including Making of America.Image Collectionsmisc-icMiscellaneousPhotographs and Pictorial WorksGeneral Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/misc/lib/colllist/thumbnails/misc.jpgMiscellaneous, University of Michigan LibraryMiscellaneous, University of Michigan LibraryN/AN/Atext:Miscellaneous, University of Michigan LibrarydefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/m/misc
publicState of Michigan Finding Aids;University of Michigan Finding AidsState of Michigan Finding Aids;University of Michigan Finding Aidsfindaidhttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/f/findaid/findaid-idx?c=mlibraryeadmlibraryeadN/AThe University of Michigan Library's Finding Aids site provides access to finding aids or descriptive inventories for archival records and manuscript collections. The finding aids are encoded using the EAD (Encoded Archival Description) document type definition and stored as XML (Extensible Markup Language) documents, but are delivered to the user as HTML documents.Finding Aid Collectionsmigroup;umfagroupState of Michigan Finding Aids,University of Michigan Finding AidsArchives and Manuscripts;General and Comparative Literature;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/f/findaid/findaid-idx?c=mlibraryead/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blank.gifMLibrary Finding AidsMLibrary Finding Aidsmailto:dlps-help@umich.eduUniversity of Michigan Digital Librarytext:MLibrary Finding Aids CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/m/mlibraryead
publicPhotography;University of Michigan CollectionsPhotography;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl4icbhl4icN/AMuriel Webb Treman (1899-1991) was an American missionary and educator who worked in Nanjing and Canton, China, with the Methodist Mission Board and YMCA from 1919 through 1950. This digitized photo album documents her voyage to China with her parents, Lew and Ella Webb; missionary work with her husband Robert in Nanjing; and travels through China and Japan with her family in the early 1920s.Image Collectionsphoto-ic;um-icPhotography,University of Michigan CollectionsPhotographs and Pictorial WorksGeneral Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl4ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhl4ic.jpgMuriel Webb Treman Photograph AlbumMuriel Webb Treman Photograph AlbumN/AN/Atext:Muriel Webb Treman Photograph AlbumdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/b/bhl4ic
publicUniversity of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl2icbhl2icN/AThe William Muschenheim Digital Archive is a searchable database of scans of architectural drawings and photographs from the Muschenheim collections at the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library at Columbia University and the Bentley Historical Library at the University of Michigan.Image Collectionsum-icUniversity of Michigan CollectionsArchitecture;Archives and Manuscripts;Photographs and Pictorial WorksArts;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhl2ic.jpgMuschenheim Digital ArchiveMuschenheim Digital ArchiveN/AN/Atext:Muschenheim Digital ArchivedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/b/bhl2ic
publicUniversity of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/asialibrary1icasialibrary1icN/AThe Mushi no Utaawase Emaki is a 1722 cm long scroll consisting of 15 panels of text and color paintings. "Mushi" means insects in Japanese language. "Utaawase" is literally "poem match", a kind of competition in which pairs of poems composed by two teams on assigned themes are judged on the basis of their literary merit. "Emaki" is an illustrated text or narrative picture scroll. The Mushi no Utaawase Emaki is a scroll over fifty-six feet in length in which the participants in the competition are depicted as insects. The creator of the scroll is unknown, but we do know that the scroll was created during the Edo period (1600-1868) in Japan, and the accompanying text was probably composed in the first half of the 17th century. The text was written by 木下勝俊, Kinoshita Katsutoshi (1570-1650), who is also known as 木下長嘯子, Kinoshita Chōshōshi.Image Collectionsum-icUniversity of Michigan CollectionsAsian Languages and Cultures;Asian StudiesHumanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/asialibrary1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/asialibrary1ic.jpgMushi no Utaawase EmakiMushi no Utaawase EmakiN/AN/Atext:Mushi no Utaawase EmakidefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/a/asialibrary1ic
publicSerial CollectionsSerial Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/n/ncoswncoswN/AThis resource is a fully searchable collection of the Proceedings of the National Conference on Social Welfare. These proceedings were originally issued under earlier names of the Conference including Boards of Public Charities; Charities and Corrections; and Social Work.Text Collectionsserial-tcSerial CollectionsSocial Work;SociologySocial Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/n/ncosw/lib/colllist/thumbnails/ncosw.jpgNational Conference on Social Welfare ProceedingsNational Conference on Social Welfare ProceedingsN/AN/Atext:National Conference on Social Welfare ProceedingsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionN/n/ncosw
restrictedNon-English Text Collections;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsNon-English Text Collections;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/n/nietzschenietzscheN/AThis is a collection of electronic versions of Nietzsche's philosophical works, published by Intelex Corp.Text Collectionsnoneng-tc;text-allNon-English Text Collections,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsGermanic Languages and Literatures;PhilosophyHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/n/nietzsche/lib/colllist/thumbnails/nietzsche.jpgNietzsches Werke: Historisch-kritische AusgabeNietzsches Werke: Historisch-kritische AusgabeN/AN/Atext:Nietzsches Werke: Historisch-kritische AusgabedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionN/n/nietzsche
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/n/ncfncfN/ANineteenth Century Fiction includes the major prose fiction of the Romantic and Victorian periods, as well as many neglected or little-known works, most of them out-of-print or difficult to find. This database includes 250 complete works of prose fiction from the period 1781-1901, by writers from the British Isles.Text CollectionsNo group nameEnglish Language and LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/n/ncf/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blank.gifNineteenth Century FictionNineteenth Century FictionN/AN/Atext:Nineteenth Century FictiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionN/n/ncf
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/potterpotterN/AOcha Potter was a copper mining engineer and adventurer who also played an important role in the promotion of Keewanaw County, Michigan as a vacation destination during the 1930s and 1940s. This collection contains three photo albums, documenting Potter's travels to Alaska (1905-1908), Africa and Europe (1930), and national parks in the American West (1923, 1934 and 1936). It also contains a manuscript of his autobiography, family correspondence, and ephemera related to Potter's life, career, and involvement with the Copper Country Vacationist League.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/potter/lib/colllist/thumbnails/potter.jpgOcha Potter Papers, 1898-2008Ocha Potter Papers, 1898-2008N/AN/Atext:Ocha Potter PapersdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionO/p/potter
publicScience and TechnologyScience and Technologytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/n/nalnalN/AThe Organic Agriculture Information Access is an electronic collection of historic United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) publications related to organic agriculture. In this collection, there are almost 200 documents published before 1942 (before synthetic chemicals became widely used) that contain state-of-the-art information and data that is still very pertinent for today's agriculture.Text CollectionsscitechScience and TechnologyNatural Resources and EnvironmentScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/n/nal/lib/colllist/thumbnails/nal.jpgOrganic Agriculture Information AccessOrganic Agriculture Information AccessN/AN/Agraphic:2ndL-Hdr-comb.giftext:Alternative Farming Systems Information Center, National Agricultural LibraryDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionO/n/nal
publicArchitectureArchitectureimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/o/organs1icorgans1icN/AThis collection contains photographs of historical pipe organs in Hungary, Austria and the Czech Republic. Most of these images have appeared in the book "Sacred Spaces of the Austro-Hungarian Empire," written by Bela and Jan Feher. The book reflects a conscious effort to represent both the church/venue and the organ. The collection is sponsored by the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance.Image Collectionsarch-icArchitectureArchitecture;Music;Religious Studies;Czech and Slovak StudiesArts;Humanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/o/organs1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/organs1ic.jpgOrgans and Churches of Hungary, Austria and the Czech RepublicOrgans and Churches of Hungary, Austria and the Czech RepublicN/AN/Atext:Organs and Churches of Hungary, Austria and the Czech RepublicdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionO/o/organs1ic
publicPhotography;University of Michigan CollectionsPhotography;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl6icbhl6icN/AOrville Zackariah Frazier (1896-1971) was an African American engineer and inventor who lived in Elkhart, Indiana as well as Grand Rapids and River Rouge, Michigan. This digitized album contains photographs and cartes de visite from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries of the Frazier and Burden (his mother's) families, their homes, and acquaintances in Indiana.Image Collectionsphoto-ic;um-icPhotography,University of Michigan CollectionsPhotographs and Pictorial WorksGeneral Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl6ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhl6ic.jpgOrville Z. Frazier Photograph AlbumOrville Z. Frazier Photograph AlbumN/AN/Atext:Orville Z. Frazier Photograph AlbumdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionO/b/bhl6ic
restrictedAll Active Bibliographic Collections;All DLPS Hosted Collection BibliographiesAll Active Bibliographic Collections;All DLPS Hosted Collection Bibliographiesbibhttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/b/bib/bib-idx?c=palmerspalmersN/AThe Palmer's Index to the Times (1790-1905) is a collection of electronic records keyed from the 461 printed volumes of Palmer's Index to the London Times newspaper which cover the years 1790-1905 inclusive.Bibliographic Collectionsactiveall;dlpsallAll Active Bibliographic Collections,All DLPS Hosted Collection BibliographiesBritish and Irish Studies;Historical News Sources;International NewsInternational Studies;News & Current Eventsforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/b/bib/bib-idx?c=palmers/lib/colllist/thumbnails/palmers.jpgPalmer's Index to the Times (1790-1905)Palmer's Index to the Times (1790-1905)N/AN/Atext:Palmer's Index to the Times (1790-1905)defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionP/p/palmers
restrictedUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/pmastpmastN/AThis collection consists of over 100 political and philosophical texts ranging from the works of ancient Greece to the early twentieth century. The collection is particularly strong in eighteenth and nineteenth century English philosophy.Text Collectionstext-allUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsPhilosophy;Political ScienceHumanities;Government, Politics & Lawforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/pmast/lib/colllist/thumbnails/pmast.jpgPast Masters Philosophical TextsPast Masters Philosophical TextsN/AN/Atext:Past Masters Philosophical TextsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionP/p/pmast
publicSoutheast Asia;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterSoutheast Asia;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research Centerimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclphilimgsclphilimgN/AThis is a digital archive consisting of images taken from the following Special Collections Research Center photograph collections (with their four-letter identifiers): Dean C. Worcester (1866-1924), Photographs of the Philippine Islands (PHLA); Parker Hitt Photograph Collection (PHLB); Manila, Philippines, Collection (PHLC); Manila, Philippines, and Environs (slides and photographs) (PHLD); Scenes of Philippine History (slides) (also PHLD); General John J. Pershing Photograph Collection (PHLE); Everett E. Thompson Photograph Collection (PHLF); Tiffany Williams Photograph Collection (PHLG); and Memory Book: U.S.S. Chaumont (PHLJ). In general, the images depict Filipinos, buildings, dwellings, and monuments in and around Manila, Filipino political and military leaders, members of American commissions and military units based in the Philippines, and numerous landscape scenes, particularly on Mindanao and in Lanoa Province.Image Collectionssoutheastasia-icgr;um-ic;umscl-icSoutheast Asia,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterArchitecture;Photographs and Pictorial Works;Asian Languages and Cultures;Southeast Asian StudiesArts;General Information Sources;Humanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclphilimg/lib/colllist/thumbnails/sclphilimg.jpgPhilippine Photographs Digital Archive, Special Collections Research Center, University of MichiganPhilippine Photographs Digital Archive, Special Collections Research Center, University of MichiganN/AN/Atext:Philippine Photographs Digital ArchivedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionP/s/sclphilimg
publicMaking of Ann Arbor;University of Michigan HistoryMaking of Ann Arbor;University of Michigan Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moaamoaamoaaicThe Making of Ann Arbor is a public collection of resources on the history and development of the Ann Arbor community, created in collaboration with the Ann Arbor District Library, the Bentley Historical Library, and the University of Michigan's Digital Library Production Service. The Pictorial History of Ann Arbor collection includes over 400 historical images of Ann Arbor from 1824 to 1974, plus searching and browsing access to the text of "The Pictorial History of Ann Arbor, 1824-1974," edited by J. Fraser Cocks, III, c.1974, Michigan Historical Collections, The University of Michigan.Image Collectionsmoaaic;umhist-icMaking of Ann Arbor,University of Michigan HistoryPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Places;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moaa/lib/colllist/thumbnails/moaa.jpgPictorial History of Ann ArborPictorial History of Ann ArborN/AN/Atext:Pictorial History of Ann ArbordefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionP/m/moaa
publicUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research Centerimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/lbc1iclbc1icN/AThe Pinback Buttons (formerly Political Buttons) image database from the Labadie Collection at the University of Michigan consists of nearly 1000 pinback buttons covering the topics of Anarchism, Atheism, Civil Liberties, Colonialism, Communism, Cooperatives, Ecology, Labor, Narcotics, Pacifism, Political Parties, Radical Right, Sexual Freedom, Socialism, Spain, Women, and Youth/Student Protest. The earliest is dated 1907, but the majority are from the 1930s and later. Many are undated. All originals are held in the Joseph A. Labadie Collection.Image Collectionsum-ic;umscl-icUniversity of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterPolitical Science;SociologyGovernment, Politics & Law;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/lbc1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/lbc1ic.jpgPinback Buttons, Labadie Collection, University of MichiganPinback Buttons, Labadie Collection, University of MichiganN/ADigital Library Production Servicetext:Pinback Buttons, Labadie Collection, University of MichigandefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionP/l/lbc1ic
publicArt / Art History;PhotographyArt / Art History;Photographyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dance1icdance1icN/AThe Pioneers of Chinese Dance is a digital photograph and oral history collection designed to make the history of twentieth-century Chinese dance accessible to international researchers. The project was started at the University of Michigan Asia Library in 2014, with support from the Center for World Perfomance Studies, the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, and the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies. It is part of a larger initiative to make the University of Michigan the premier institution for research on Chinese dance in North America.Image Collectionsart-ic;photo-icArt / Art History,PhotographyAsian Studies;Chinese Studies;Dance;Photographs and Pictorial WorksArts;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dance1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/dance1ic.jpgPioneers of Chinese DancePioneers of Chinese DanceN/AN/Atext:Pioneers of Chinese DancedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionP/d/dance1ic
publicUniversity of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhlpoetrybhlpoetryN/AA sampling of the papers of Michigan poets from various collections housed at the Bentley Historical Library, featuring handwritten and typed manuscripts, letters and essays as well as photographs, sketches, certificates and other personal items.Image Collectionsum-icUniversity of Michigan CollectionsArchives and Manuscripts;English Language and LiteratureGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhlpoetry/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhlpoetry.jpgPoetry Here and ThenPoetry Here and ThenN/AN/Atext:Poetry Here and ThendefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionP/b/bhlpoetry
publicHumanities Text InitiativeHumanities Text Initiativetexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/polarpolarN/AThe American military intervention at Archangel, Russia, at the end of World War I, nicknamed the "Polar Bear Expedition," is a strange episode in American history. Ostensibly sent to Russia to prevent a German advance and to help reopen the Eastern Front, American soldiers found themselves fighting Bolshevik revolutionaries for months after the Armistice ended fighting in France. This collection contains digitized manuscripts and photographs as well as maps and primary printed source materials relating to the Polar Bear Expedition.Text Collectionshti-tcHumanities Text InitiativeArchives and Manuscripts;Photographs and Pictorial Works;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/polar/lib/colllist/thumbnails/polar.jpgPolar Bear Expedition Digital MaterialsPolar Bear Expedition Digital MaterialsN/AN/Atext:Polar Bear Expedition Digital Materialstext:Bentley Historical Library, University of MichiganHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionP/p/polar
publicUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan History;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan History;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research Centerimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/lbc2iclbc2icN/AThe Joseph A. Labadie Collection contains posters which have been acquired over the past 100 years. This database consists of images of those posters covering social protest movements such as Anarchism, Civil Liberties, Colonialism, Communism, Ecology, Labor, Pacifism, Sexual Freedom, Socialism, Women, and Youth/Student Protest. Some are from the first half of the 20th century, but the majority are from the 1960s and later. Many are undated. All originals are held in the Joseph A. Labadie Collection.Image Collectionsum-ic;umhist-ic;umscl-icUniversity of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan History,University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterPolitical Science;SociologyGovernment, Politics & Law;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/lbc2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/lbc2ic.jpgPolitical Posters, Labadie Collection, University of MichiganPolitical Posters, Labadie Collection, University of MichiganN/ADigital Library Production Servicetext:Political Posters, Labadie Collection, University of MichigandefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionP/l/lbc2ic
publicGovernment Documents;Humanities Text InitiativeGovernment Documents;Humanities Text Initiativetexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/ppotpusppotpusN/AThe Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States contains material that was compiled and published by the Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration. It includes volumes covering the administrations of Presidents Hoover, Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, and Clinton. Each volume contains the papers and speeches of the President of the United States that were issued by the Office of the Press Secretary during the specified time period. The material is presented in chronological order, and the dates shown in the headings are the dates of the documents or events.Text Collectionsgovdocs;hti-tcGovernment Documents,Humanities Text InitiativeU.S. Government Information;Political Science;United States HistoryGovernment, Politics & Law;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/ppotpus/lib/colllist/thumbnails/ppotpus.jpgPublic Papers of the Presidents of the United StatesPublic Papers of the Presidents of the United StatesN/AN/Agraphic:ppotpotus_l2banner.gifdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionP/p/ppotpus
publicArchitecture;Photography;University of Michigan CollectionsArchitecture;Photography;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl5icbhl5icN/ARobert Metcalf was a noted Michigan-based modern architect and former Professor and later Dean of the University of Michigan College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Metcalf's work includes over 150 buildings in Michigan and Ohio. The material in this collection spans the years 1942 to 2017 and represents many of Metcalf’s most prominent works (including his personal residence).Image Collectionsarch-ic;photo-ic;um-icArchitecture,Photography,University of Michigan CollectionsArchitecture;Photographs and Pictorial WorksEngineering;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl5ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhl5ic.jpgRobert C. Metcalf Architectural Drawings and Visual MaterialsRobert C. Metcalf Architectural Drawings and Visual MaterialsN/AN/Atext:Robert C. Metcalf Architectural Drawings and Visual MaterialsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionR/b/bhl5ic
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rochesterrochesterN/AThe Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society papers consist of materials collected by the society, including correspondence to and from various members about slavery, fugitive slaves, the conditions of freemen, and other progressive issues; printed annual reports; and other items. This digital collection contains digitized content from physical items held at the William L. Clements Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rochester/lib/colllist/thumbnails/rochester.jpgRochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society Papers, 1848-1868Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society Papers, 1848-1868N/AN/Atext:Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society Papers, 1848-1868defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionR/r/rochester
publicGovernment DocumentsGovernment Documentstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/roperroperN/AThis collection contains some of the codebooks for datasets acquired from the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research. These codebooks were scanned and indexed at the University of Michigan. Because the codebooks are not always entirely legible, it sometimes works best to look at the entire codebook.Text CollectionsgovdocsGovernment DocumentsStatistics and Data SetsSocial Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/roper/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blank.gifRoper Center CodebooksRoper Center CodebooksN/AN/Atext:Roper Center CodebooksdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionR/r/roper
publicUniversity of Michigan Special Collections;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Special Collections;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rosenbergrosenbergN/AThe 105 letters in this collection document the experience of a German Jewish family in the years immediately before, during, and shortly after World War II. Nathan and Johannna Rosenberg of Breisach, Germany, had three sons: Julius (1900-1942), Eugen (1901-1964), and Alfred (1911-2005). Eugen left for Palestine in 1935. Alfred, with his wife, her parents, and her brother, immigrated to the United States in August 1938. Julius remained in Germany with his parents and was murdered at Auschwitz in August 1942. The letters were written to Alfred by his brothers, his parents, and other relatives between 1938 and 1946. Most of the letters are from Julius; many of these he wrote from the labor camp in Gurs, France, to which all of the Jews in Breisach were deported in October 1940.Text Collectionsspcolls;text-allUniversity of Michigan Special Collections,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsArchives and Manuscripts;History (General);Judaic StudiesGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rosenberg/lib/colllist/thumbnails/rosenberg.jpgRosenberg LettersRosenberg LettersN/AN/Atext:Rosenberg LettersN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionR/r/rosenberg
publicLocal HistoryLocal Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sdlphotossdlphotosN/AThis is a searchable collection of over 700 photographs of Saline, Michigan. This collection covers a time span of more than 100 years, from the 1860s to the late 1900s, and includes images of historic homes, buildings, people, and other subjects.Image Collectionslocalhist-icLocal HistoryPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Places;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sdlphotos/lib/colllist/thumbnails/sdlphotos.jpgSaline Area Historical PhotosSaline Area Historical PhotosN/AN/Atext:Saline Area Historical PhotosdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionS/s/sdlphotos
publicLocal HistoryLocal Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sdlhomessdlhomesN/ASaline Historic Homes is a collection of photographs from a Historical and Architectural Survey that includes all structures built up to 1944 within the city limits of Saline, Michigan. Conducted in 1994 by Kosky and Glynn Associates, this survey is the result of the City's intent to comply with the Certified Local Government requirements. The objective of the survey was to research, photograph and map all structures built within the City of Saline between 1829 and 1944. The completed project includes a survey card and black and white photograph for each structure, a map of all surveyed structures, and historical and architectural text encompassing the study period.Image Collectionslocalhist-icLocal HistoryPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Places;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sdlhomes/lib/colllist/thumbnails/sdlhomes.jpgSaline Historic HomesSaline Historic HomesN/AN/Atext:Saline Historic HomesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionS/s/sdlhomes
publicLocal HistoryLocal Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sdlsvfsdlsvfN/AThis is a searchable collection of Saline Valley Farms photographs. Saline Valley Farms was an economic experiment in cooperative living and farming that was developed by Harold Gray in 1932. Detailed in the 150 photographs, the farm was a thriving cooperative that lasted until 1953.Image Collectionslocalhist-icLocal HistoryPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Places;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sdlsvf/lib/colllist/thumbnails/sdlsvf.jpgSaline Valley Farms PhotographsSaline Valley Farms PhotographsN/AN/Atext:Saline Valley Farms PhotosdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionS/s/sdlsvf
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/adamsadamsN/AThe Samson Adams papers are the estate and business documents of Adams, a free African American man living and working in Trenton, New Jersey, in the late 18th century. Adams worked as a carpenter and laborer, and produced and traded in a variety of items, including soap, milk, corn, and construction materials. The collection contains digitized content from physical content held at the William L. Clements Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/adams/lib/colllist/thumbnails/adams.jpgSamson Adams Papers, 1767-1794Samson Adams Papers, 1767-1794N/AN/Atext:Samson Adams Papers, 1767-1794defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionS/a/adams
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mitchillmitchillN/AThe Samuel Latham Mitchill Papers consist of 522 letters or fragments dating between 1801 and 1829, but largely dating between 1801 and 1813. Most of the letters are from U.S Congressman Samuel Latham Mitchill to his wife, Catharine Akerly Cock Mitchill, with the exception of four letters written by him to other recipients and 15 letters written by other senders. These letters touch on a wide variety of topics, including domestic politics and foreign affairs; relations with European powers; the Barbary Wars and other naval matters; the Aaron Burr conspiracy; Washington, D. C., society; Mitchill's scientific endeavors and sample collection; and his family life and travel plans. The collection contains digitized content from physical content held at the William L. Clements Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mitchill/lib/colllist/thumbnails/mitchill.jpgSamuel Latham Mitchill Papers, 1801-1829Samuel Latham Mitchill Papers, 1801-1829N/AN/Atext:Samuel Latham Mitchill Papers, 1801-1829defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionS/m/mitchill
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mershonmershonN/AWith generous support from Thomas Buhr, these selected materials from the William B. Mershon papers provide unique documentation of outdoor recreation and conservation efforts in Michigan during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Correspondence, photographs, and writings in addition to meticulously kept journals offer an unparalleled view into Mershon's enduring passion for hunting, fishing, and camping as well as his efforts to protect Michigan's forests and waterways. The complete collection of Mershon's personal papers and business records remains available to the public for research at the Bentley Historical Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;American Culture;United States History;Natural Resources and EnvironmentGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;Scienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mershon/lib/colllist/thumbnails/mershon.jpgSelections from the William B. Mershon PapersSelections from the William B. Mershon PapersN/AN/Atext:Selections from the William B. Mershon PapersdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionS/m/mershon
publicUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research Centerimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclshenutesclshenuteN/AThis archive of photos is part of Rediscovering Shenoute of Atripe (ca. 348-465), a Digital Project from the Special Collections Library at the University of Michigan Libraries. It contains 20 parchment leaves written by Shenute of Atripe (also known as Shenoute).Image Collectionsum-ic;umscl-icUniversity of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterArchaeology;Classical Studies;Middle Eastern Near Eastern and North African StudiesHumanities;International Studies;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclshenute/lib/colllist/thumbnails/sclshenute.jpgShenute, a White Monastery CodexShenute, a White Monastery CodexN/AN/Atext:Shenute of Atripe (ca. 348-465), 20 Parchment LeavesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionS/s/sclshenute
publicArt / Art History;Southeast Asia;Visual Resources CollectionsArt / Art History;Southeast Asia;Visual Resources Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/saafsaafN/AThe SAAF (Southeast Asia Art Foundation) Archive is one of five component sections of the Asian Art Archives. The SAAF is comprised of approximately 100,000 photographs and slides, of which over 300 are digitally represented in this resource.Image Collectionsart-ic;southeastasia-icgr;vrc-icArt / Art History,Southeast Asia,Visual Resources CollectionsArchitecture;Art History;Asian Languages and Cultures;Southeast Asian StudiesArts;Humanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/saaf/lib/colllist/thumbnails/saaf.jpgSoutheast Asia Art Foundation ArchiveSoutheast Asia Art Foundation ArchiveN/AN/Atext:Southeast Asia Art Foundation ArchivedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionS/s/saaf
publicState of Michigan Finding Aids;University of Michigan Finding AidsState of Michigan Finding Aids;University of Michigan Finding Aidsfindaidhttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/scleadscleadN/AThe University of Michigan Special Collections Research Center's Finding Aids site provides access to finding aids or descriptive inventories for archival records and manuscript collections. The finding aids are encoded using the EAD (Encoded Archival Description) document type definition and stored as XML (Extensible Markup Language) documents, but are delivered to the user as HTML documents.Finding Aid Collectionsmigroup;umfagroupState of Michigan Finding Aids,University of Michigan Finding AidsArchives and Manuscripts;General and Comparative Literature;United States History;Information ScienceGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclead/lib/colllist/thumbnails/sclead.jpgSpecial Collections Research Center Finding AidsSpecial Collections Research Center Finding Aidsmailto:dlps-help@umich.eduUniversity of Michigan Digital Librarytext:Special Collections Research Center Finding AidsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionS/s/sclead
publicUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Special Collections Research Centerimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclibsclibN/AThe Special Collections Research Center Image Bank is a repository intended to capture the digitized images of Special Collections materials in the public domain created for incidental requests — such as those from patrons or from curatorial staff for outreach initiatives. The Image Bank is a phased project that will allow the Special Collections Research Center to quickly locate previously scanned images and keep typically fragile materials from being handled more than necessary, to make public-domain images freely available to increase discoverability, and to potentially leverage accumulated images into new Digital Collections, Exhibits, or other Outreach opportunities.Image Collectionsum-ic;umscl-icUniversity of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Special Collections Research CenterArchives and Manuscripts;History (General)General Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sclib/lib/colllist/thumbnails/sclib.jpgSpecial Collections Research Center Image BankSpecial Collections Research Center Image BankN/AN/Atext:Special Collections Research Center Image BankdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionS/s/sclib
publicLocal HistoryLocal Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sossosN/AStudents on Site is designed to use local history and geography as a site of innovative teaching and learning for students and teachers at all three education levels. This archive is a collection of historical and contemporary materials such as maps, photographs, personal letters, and government records.Image Collectionslocalhist-icLocal HistoryArchives and Manuscripts;Photographs and Pictorial Works;Places;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/sos/lib/colllist/thumbnails/sos.jpgStudents on SiteStudents on SiteN/AN/Atext:Students on SitedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionS/s/sos
restrictedNon-English Text Collections;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsNon-English Text Collections;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/tesotesoN/AThis is a full text database of over 800 plays comprising 68 volumes written by the sixteen most prolific dramatists of the Spanish Golden Age (XVI and XVII centuries), including Lope de Vega, Calderón de la Barca and Tirso de Molina.Text Collectionsnoneng-tc;text-allNon-English Text Collections,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsTheatre and Drama;General and Comparative Literature;Spanish Language and LiteraturesArts;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/teso/lib/colllist/thumbnails/teso.jpgTeatro Español del Siglo de OroTeatro Español del Siglo de OroN/AN/Atext:Teatro Español del Siglo de OrodefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionT/t/teso
publicNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text InitiativeNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiativetexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/emersonemersonN/AThis is a digital edition of the "Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson," Centenary Edition, edited and with notes by Edward Waldo Emerson.Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tcNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text InitiativeEnglish Language and Literature;General and Comparative LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/emerson/lib/colllist/thumbnails/emerson.jpgThe Complete Works of Ralph Waldo EmersonComplete Works of Ralph Waldo EmersonN/AN/Atext:The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo EmersonN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionC/e/emerson
publicLocal History;NewspapersLocal History;Newspapersimagehttps://digital.bentley.umich.edu/djnewsbhl_djnewsN/AEstablished in 1942 by noted journalist Philip Slomovitz, the independent Detroit Jewish News is one of America’s leading Anglo—Jewish media outlets and the primary information source for the Detroit metropolitan area’s Jewish community. It strives to reflect the diverse views within the community while advocating positions of Jewish unity and continuity.Image Collectionslocalhist-ic;newspapersLocal History,NewspapersHistorical News Sources;Michigan NewsNews & Current Eventsforeign:https://digital.bentley.umich.edu/djnews/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhl_djnews.jpgThe Detroit Jewish News ArchiveDetroit Jewish News ArchiveN/AN/Atext:The Detroit Jewish News ArchiveN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionD/b/bhl_djnews
publicNineteenth Century American TitlesNineteenth Century American Titlestexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hwatkinshwatkinsN/AHardworking actor, playwright, and stage manager Harry Watkins (1825–94) was a prolific diarist. For fifteen years (1845–60), Watkins regularly recorded the plays he saw, the roles he performed, the books he read, and his impressions of current events. Performing across the United States, Watkins collaborated with preeminent performers and producers, recording his successes and failures as well as his encounters with celebrities such as P. T. Barnum, Junius Brutus Booth, Edwin Forrest, Anna Cora Mowatt, and Lucy Stone. His is the only known diary of substantial length and scope written by a U.S. actor before the Civil War—making Watkins, essentially, the antebellum equivalent of Samuel Pepys.Text Collectionsamer19cNineteenth Century American TitlesArchives and Manuscripts;American Culture;United States History;Theatre and DramaGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;Artsforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hwatkins/lib/colllist/thumbnails/hwatkins.jpgThe Harry Watkins Diary: Digital EditionHarry Watkins Diary: Digital Editionmailto:dlps-help@umich.eduDLPS Helptext:The Harry Watkins Diary Digital EditiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionH/h/hwatkins
publicLocal History;NewspapersLocal History;Newspapersimagehttps://digital.bentley.umich.edu/micitizenbhl_micitizenN/AThe Michigan Citizen newspaper, originally called the Citizen, was founded in Benton Harbor, Michigan in 1978 by Charles and Teresa Maxwell-Kelly. It was a weekly publication, distributed on Sundays from November 1978 until December 2014. Since its beginning, the paper maintained a strong pro-community, progressive editorial stance, and was directed toward Michigan's African American and progressive-minded community. The Kelly's experiences as community organizers provided the newspaper's editorial focus. Founded on the belief that people made good decisions if armed with good information, the paper attempted to provide voice to the views of ordinary citizens in a city where African Americans were the majority. From its beginning, the paper was often considered by some to be controversial, insisting on holding elected officials accountable for their actions and providing sole coverage of grassroots groups and movements.Image Collectionslocalhist-ic;newspapersLocal History,NewspapersHistorical News Sources;Michigan NewsNews & Current Eventsforeign:https://digital.bentley.umich.edu/micitizen/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhl_micitizen.jpgThe Michigan Citizen Digital ArchivesMichigan Citizen Digital ArchivesN/AN/Atext:The Michigan Citizen ArchiveN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/b/bhl_micitizen
publicLocal History;NewspapersLocal History;Newspapersimagehttps://digital.bentley.umich.edu/midailybhl_midailyN/AThe Michigan Daily was founded in 1890 as a student-run organization, both financially and editorially independent from the University of Michigan. Three characteristics - editorial independence, daily publication, and broad ambition - have combined to make The Michigan Daily one of the most important university-based newspapers in American history. This archive, therefore, contains not only the record of day-to-day life and opinions of students, faculty, staff, and alumni for 125 years, but also an unparalleled window into the social and political history of 20th-century America. The archive contains every extant issue of The Daily, from its founding to 2014 - more than 300 volumes and almost 200,000 pages in print. It will be updated annually.Image Collectionslocalhist-ic;newspapersLocal History,NewspapersHistorical News Sources;Michigan NewsNews & Current Eventsforeign:https://digital.bentley.umich.edu/midaily/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bhl_midaily.jpgThe Michigan Daily Digital ArchivesMichigan Daily Digital ArchivesN/AN/Atext:The Michigan Daily Digital ArchivesN/ADigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionM/b/bhl_midaily
publicNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan Special CollectionsNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan Special Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/philamerphilamerN/AThe United States and its Territories, drawn from the University of Michigan Library's Southeast Asia collection, comprises the full text of monographs and government documents published in the United States, Spain, and the Philippines between 1870 and 1925. The primary focus of the material is the Spanish-American war and subsequent American governance (approximately 1898-1910).Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tc;spcollsNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text Initiative,University of Michigan Special CollectionsUnited States History;Iberian Studies;Southeast Asian StudiesHumanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/philamer/lib/colllist/thumbnails/philamer.jpgThe United States and its Territories, 1870 - 1925: The Age of ImperialismUnited States and its Territories, 1870 - 1925: The Age of ImperialismN/AN/Agraphic:2dnLbanner-3.gifdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionU/p/philamer
publicHumanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan HistoryHumanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan Historytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umsurveyumsurveyN/AThe University of Michigan, An Encyclopedic Survey is a rich and particularly detailed source for the history of the university from its origins in Detroit in 1817, through the first century of its operation in Ann Arbor with updates extending the history through 1975. The Encyclopedic Survey is made up of more than 400 individual histories about the administration, schools and colleges, departments, programs, units, organizations, and physical facilities that comprise the university.Text Collectionshti-tc;umhist-tcHumanities Text Initiative,University of Michigan HistorySubject Encyclopedias;American Culture;United States History;EducationGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umsurvey/lib/colllist/thumbnails/umsurvey.jpgThe University of Michigan, An Encyclopedic SurveyUniversity of Michigan, An Encyclopedic SurveyN/AN/Atext:The University of Michigan, An Encyclopedic SurveydefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionU/u/umsurvey
publicNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Serial Collections;University of Michigan Special CollectionsNineteenth Century American Titles;Humanities Text Initiative;Serial Collections;University of Michigan Special Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/railroadrailroadN/AThis collection contains a unique body of printed and visual materials on transportation technology and travel. International in scope, subjects include ballooning & dirigibles, early roads, automobiles, canals, bridges, carriages & coaches, and most notably, railroads. The collection of railroad material consists of over 14,000 items relating to American, Canadian, Mexican, British, French, German, and Russian railroad companies and their rolling stock.Text Collectionsamer19c;hti-tc;serial-tc;spcollsNineteenth Century American Titles,Humanities Text Initiative,Serial Collections,University of Michigan Special CollectionsCivil Engineering;Transportation;Archives and Manuscripts;Photographs and Pictorial WorksEngineering;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/railroad/lib/colllist/thumbnails/railroad.jpgTransportation History Collection: RailroadsTransportation History Collection: RailroadsN/AN/Agraphic:thcrr-smlogo.gifdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionT/r/railroad
publicHumanities Text Initiative;Non-English Text CollectionsHumanities Text Initiative;Non-English Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bosniabosniaN/AThis collection contains four accounts of travel in southeastern Europe, each of which contains a significant portion devoted to Bosnia and Hercegovina. They are: "Bosnie et Herzegovin: Souvenirs de Voyage pendant l'Insurrection", by Charles Yriarte, published in Paris by E. Plon et Cie, 1876; "Dalmatia: the Land Where East Meets West", by Maude M. Holbach, published in London and New York by John Lane, 1910; "The Balkan Peninsula", by Emile de Laveleye, published in New York and London by G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1887; and "Travels in the Slavonic Provinces of Turkey-in-Europe", by G. Muir Mackenzie and A.P. Irby, published in London by Daldy, Isbister & Co., 1877. Based on information gathered from scanning and reviewing these four original texts, 100 additional U-M Library titles were scanned completing the project. Topical coverage remained consistent throughout.Text Collectionshti-tc;noneng-tcHumanities Text Initiative,Non-English Text CollectionsSlavic and East European Studies;Southeast European StudiesInternational Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bosnia/lib/colllist/thumbnails/bosnia.jpgTravels in Southeastern EuropeTravels in Southeastern EuropeN/AN/Agraphic:most-logo3bd3.gifdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionT/b/bosnia
publicDaily Life SeriesDaily Life Seriesimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/tlpictlpicN/AThe University of Michigan Turkish Life in Pictures (TULIP) image database is designed to supplement the teaching and learning of the Turkish language by providing a variety of images through which learners may acquire a better understanding of life in Turkey. These images are primarily intended for learners and instructors of the Turkish language. Therefore certain linguistic aspects have been deliberately emphasized in the selection of images and the captions.Image CollectionselsicgDaily Life SeriesPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Southeast European Studies;Middle Eastern Near Eastern and North African StudiesGeneral Information Sources;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/tlpic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/tlpic.jpgTurkish Life in PicturesTurkish Life in PicturesN/AN/Atext:Turkish Life in PicturesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionT/t/tlpic
publicUniversity of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/clark1icclark1icN/AThis collection contains images of maps from the Stephen S. Clark Library for Maps, Government Information and Data Services' map collection at the University of Michigan Libraries. The images in this collection are in the public domain but please attribute access and use of these digitized maps to the Stephen S. Clark Library, University of Michigan Libraries. The print map collection from which these maps originate contains over 370,000 maps and is the principal collection for cartographic materials at the University of Michigan. We house the largest collection of printed maps in the state of Michigan, and one of the largest at an academic institution.Image Collectionsum-icUniversity of Michigan CollectionsGeography and MapsSocial Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/clark1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/clark1ic.jpgUM Clark Library MapsUM Clark Library MapsN/AN/Atext:UM Clark Library MapsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/c/clark1ic
publicLocal History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan HistoryLocal History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hist265paintinghist265paintingN/AThis collection of over sixty images of historic paintings from the University of Michigan campus was created by Rafal Farjo and fellow students in the UM History 265 course, spring term 2001. The course was taught by Professors N.H. Steneck and M.L. Steneck.Image Collectionslocalhist-ic;um-ic;umhist-icLocal History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan HistoryArt History;United States HistoryArts;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hist265painting/lib/colllist/thumbnails/hist265painting.jpgUM History 265 PaintingsUM History 265 PaintingsN/AN/Atext:UM History 265 PaintingsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/h/hist265painting
publicArchaeology;University of Michigan CollectionsArchaeology;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/anthro1icanthro1icN/AThis database includes over 29,000 photographs from original excavations, personal collecting, reference books and magazines, as well as images of artifacts within the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology's collections.Image Collectionsarchaeol-ic;um-icArchaeology,University of Michigan CollectionsPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Anthropology;ArchaeologyGeneral Information Sources;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/anthro1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/anthro1ic.jpgUM Museum of Anthropological ArchaeologyUM Museum of Anthropological ArchaeologyN/AN/Atext:UM Museum of Anthropological ArchaeologydefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/a/anthro1ic
publicUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan HistoryUniversity of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umdphotos1icumdphotos1icN/AThese photographs are from the collection of the Office of Communications & Marketing, formerly the Office of University Relations, in the University of Michigan-Dearborn Archives. They were taken for The Reporter, the staff and faculty newsletter. The images date from the mid-1960s to the early 1990s. The Reporter is a continuing publication, which has been online-only since late 2010.Image Collectionsum-ic;umhist-icUniversity of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan HistoryPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Academic and Specialized NewsGeneral Information Sources;News & Current Eventsforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umdphotos1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/umdphotos1ic.jpgUM-Dearborn Newsletter PhotosUM-Dearborn Newsletter PhotosN/ADigital Library Production Servicetext:UM-Dearborn Newsletter PhotosdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/u/umdphotos1ic
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/unitedsonsunitedsonsN/AThe minute book of the United Sons of Salem Benevolent Society describes the business proceedings of a mid-19th century African American organization. A hybrid of an insurance agency and charitable operation, the United Sons bound together members of the African American community of Salem, New Jersey, providing a social network, a financial safety net, and support in the event of illness or death. This digital collection contains digitized content from physical content held at the William L. Clements Library.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/unitedsons/lib/colllist/thumbnails/unitedsons.jpgUnited Sons of Salem Benevolent Society Minute Book, 1839-1867United Sons of Salem Benevolent Society Minute Book, 1839-1867N/AN/Atext:United Sons of Salem Benevolent Society Minute Book, 1839-1867defaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/u/unitedsons
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/alumnaealumnaeN/AIn 1924, the Alumnae Council of the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan mailed a survey to the more than 3,000 women currently in attendance and to over 7,000 who had attended the University going back to the year 1870, when women were first admitted. The survey questionnaires asked for biographical information as well as occupations, leadership positions, and queried alumnae to consider who were the ten most influential alumnae of the University. From these approximately responses, a diverse and varied portrait of the alumnae body emerges. In their deeply personal reflections and memories, the alumnae survey responses are a vital record of the lived experiences of women at one of the premier institutions of the United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.Text CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;American Culture;United States History;Women's and Gender StudiesGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/alumnae/lib/colllist/thumbnails/alumnae.jpgUniversity of Michigan Alumnae Council Survey Responses, 1924University of Michigan Alumnae Council Survey Responses, 1924N/AN/Agraphic:bhl-fa-smlogo.gifdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/a/alumnae
publicUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb6icherb6icherb-icThis collection contains specimen data and digital images of nearly 900 type specimens of algae from the University of Michigan Herbarium. These specimens are particularly valuable, since they are ones that are specifically designated to represent the scientific name of an organism whenever an author describes and publishes a new species or other rank.Image Collectionsherb-ic;nathist;um-icUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium,Natural History,University of Michigan CollectionsBotany;Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb6ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/herb6ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Algae Type CollectionUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Algae Type CollectionN/AN/Atext:Algae Type CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/h/herb6ic
publicUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb3icherb3icherb-icThis collection contains specimen data of the nearly 1800 "type specimens" of bryophytes at the University of Michigan Herbarium. These specimens are particularly valuable, since they are ones that are specifically designated to represent the scientific name of an organism whenever an author describes and publishes a new species or other rank.Image Collectionsherb-ic;nathist;um-icUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium,Natural History,University of Michigan CollectionsBotany;Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb3ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blank.gifUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Bryophyte Type CollectionUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Bryophyte Type CollectionN/AN/Atext:Bryophyte Type CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/h/herb3ic
publicUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb00icherb00icherb-icThe University of Michigan Herbarium (MICH) includes approximately 1.75 million specimens of vascular plants [ferns, gymnosperms, and flowering plants (~1.1 million)], algae (96,000), bryophytes (163,000), fungi (~280,000), and lichens (57,000). Herbarium MICH is known worldwide for the teaching and research conducted here in systematic botany and biodiversity studies and serves as a resource for the wider botanical community. The depth and breadth of our collection often enables us to provide assistance available nowhere else.Image Collectionsherb-ic;nathist;um-icUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium,Natural History,University of Michigan CollectionsBotany;Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb00ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/herb00ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Catalog CollectionUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Catalog CollectionN/AN/Atext:University of Michigan Herbarium Catalog CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/h/herb00ic
publicFungus;University of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan CollectionsFungus;University of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb4icherb4icherb-icThis collection contains specimen data of over 10,000 "type specimens" of fungi and lichens at the University of Michigan Herbarium. These specimens are particularly valuable, since they are ones that are specifically designated to represent the scientific name of an organism whenever an author describes and publishes a new species or other rank.Image Collectionsfung-ic;herb-ic;nathist;um-icFungus,University of Michigan - Herbarium,Natural History,University of Michigan CollectionsBotany;Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb4ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blank.gifUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Fungus and Lichen Type CollectionUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Fungus and Lichen Type CollectionN/AN/Atext:Fungus and Lichen Type CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/h/herb4ic
publicFungus;University of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan CollectionsFungus;University of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb5icherb5icherb-icThis collection contains catalog records, some accompanied by digital images, exported from the Fungus Collection's specimen collection. It contains more than 60,000 records with collection dates ranging from the 1860's to the present.Image Collectionsfung-ic;herb-ic;nathist;um-icFungus,University of Michigan - Herbarium,Natural History,University of Michigan CollectionsBotany;Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb5ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/herb5ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Fungus Collection DatabaseUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Fungus Collection DatabaseN/AN/Atext:Fungus Collection DatabasedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/h/herb5ic
publicScience and TechnologyScience and Technologytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fung1tcfung1tcN/AThis collection contains full-text digitizations of three texts by L. R. (Lexemuel Ray) Hesler and eight texts by Alexander Hanchett Smith.Text CollectionsscitechScience and TechnologyBotany;Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fung1tc/lib/colllist/thumbnails/fung1tc.jpgUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Fungus MonographsUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Fungus MonographsN/AN/Atext:University of Michigan Herbarium Fungus MonographsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/f/fung1tc
publicUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb2icherb2icherb-icThis digital collection contains specimen data and digital images of the nearly 10,000 "type specimens" of vascular plants at the University of Michigan Herbarium. These specimens are particularly valuable, since they are ones that are specifically designated to represent the scientific name of an organism whenever an author describes and publishes a new species or other rank.Image Collectionsherb-ic;nathist;um-icUniversity of Michigan - Herbarium,Natural History,University of Michigan CollectionsBotany;Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/herb2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/herb2ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Vascular Plant Type Collection with Specimen ImagesUniversity of Michigan Herbarium Vascular Plant Type Collection with Specimen ImagesN/AN/Atext:Vascular Plant Type Collection with Specimen ImagesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/h/herb2ic
publicAll Great Lakes;Fungus;University of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan CollectionsAll Great Lakes;Fungus;University of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fung1icfung1icfung-icThis collection contains catalog records exported from the University of Michigan Herbarium's Fungus Collection's specimens. The database currently contains more than 24,000 records of the estimated 280,000 specimens in the collection, with collection dates ranging from the 1860s to the present. The records include such information as scientific name, common name, type, collector and collection date, and locality.Image Collectionsallgl-ic;fung-ic;herb-ic;nathist;um-icAll Great Lakes,Fungus,University of Michigan - Herbarium,Natural History,University of Michigan CollectionsBotany;Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fung1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blank.gifUniversity of Michigan Herbarium, Fungus Collection DatabaseUniversity of Michigan Herbarium, Fungus Collection DatabaseN/AN/Atext:Fungus Collection DatabasedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/f/fung1ic
publicAll Great Lakes;Fungus;University of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan CollectionsAll Great Lakes;Fungus;University of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fung2icfung2icfung-icThis collection contains photographs of fungi specimens, electron microscope spore photographs, and accompanying data records. These images are also the illustrative plates in the fungus monograph collection. They are searchable as a separate database and are linked from the book pages as well.Image Collectionsallgl-ic;fung-ic;herb-ic;nathist;um-icAll Great Lakes,Fungus,University of Michigan - Herbarium,Natural History,University of Michigan CollectionsBotany;Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fung2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/fung2ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Herbarium, Fungus Image DatabaseUniversity of Michigan Herbarium, Fungus Image DatabaseN/AN/Atext:Fungus Image DatabasedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/f/fung2ic
publicAll Great Lakes;Fungus;University of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan CollectionsAll Great Lakes;Fungus;University of Michigan - Herbarium;Natural History;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fuwaticfuwaticfung-icThis collection contains images from the Herbarium's Krieger watercolor collection, along with records that describe them. Louis C. C. Krieger was a mycological artist who spent the years from 1918 to 1928 helping Baltimore physician and amateur mycologist Dr. Howard A. Kelly create a private mycological library. The watercolors shown here are from Dr. Kelly's library, which was donated to the University of Michigan in 1928. The database was created for this project, and resides in the library.Image Collectionsallgl-ic;fung-ic;herb-ic;nathist;um-icAll Great Lakes,Fungus,University of Michigan - Herbarium,Natural History,University of Michigan CollectionsBotany;Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fuwatic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/fuwatic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Herbarium, Krieger's Watercolors of FungiUniversity of Michigan Herbarium, Krieger's Watercolors of FungiN/AN/Atext:Krieger's Watercolors of FungidefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/f/fuwatic
publicHumanities Text Initiative;Non-English Text Collections;Science and TechnologyHumanities Text Initiative;Non-English Text Collections;Science and Technologytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umhistmathumhistmathN/AThe University of Michigan Historical Mathematics Collection is a library of books selected from the University of Michigan mathematics collection that have been digitized to improve access and to preserve the content of these books. All of the books in this collection were published in the 19th or early 20th century.Text Collectionshti-tc;noneng-tc;scitechHumanities Text Initiative,Non-English Text Collections,Science and TechnologyMathematicsScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umhistmath/lib/colllist/thumbnails/umhistmath.jpgUniversity of Michigan Historical Math CollectionUniversity of Michigan Historical Math CollectionN/AN/Atext:University of Michigan Historical Math CollectiondefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionU/u/umhistmath
publicArt / Art History;Photography;University of Michigan CollectionsArt / Art History;Photography;University of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/musartmusartN/AThis collection contains over 16,000 high quality digital images of works in the collections of the University of Michigan Museum of Art.Image Collectionsart-ic;photo-ic;um-icArt / Art History,Photography,University of Michigan CollectionsArt History;Art and Design;Photographs and Pictorial WorksArts;General Information Sourcesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/musart/lib/colllist/thumbnails/musart.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of ArtUniversity of Michigan Museum of ArtN/AN/Agraphic:ummasearch.gifdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/m/musart
publicNatural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyNatural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/amph2icamph2icN/AThe Division of Reptiles and Amphibians maintains a collection that is worldwide in scope. Presently, the research collections contain 197,469 (through catalogue number UMMZ 242,000) catalogued lots representing 433,505 individual specimens. These represent 1,067 genera and 5,323 species of which 13,818 specimens are skeletons. 99.9% of specimens are identified to genus, and 96% of specimens are identified to species. This includes 472 Primary Type specimens (representing 424 taxa) and 5,515 Paratypes (representing 804 taxa). The average growth over the last ten years has been nearly 1500 specimens per year. The auxiliary research collections contain 2,145 radiographs, 7,288 kodachrome slides, and 10,789 frozen tissue samples. All of the above mentioned collections have been inventoried and the data associated with them have been entered into computer databases in Filemaker Pro. A collection of 37 audio tapes containing hundreds of recordings of anuran vocalizations has been digitized and can now be accessed via the Division's webpage, as well as catalogue records and digital images of all primary type specimens.Image Collectionsnathist;um-ic;ummzicgNatural History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyEcology and Evolutionary Biology;ZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/amph2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blank.gifUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Amphibian and Reptile Audio FilesUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Amphibian and Reptile Audio FilesN/AN/Atext:UMMZ Amphibian and Reptile Audio FilesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/a/amph2ic
publicNatural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyNatural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/amph3icamph3icN/AThe Division of Reptiles and Amphibians maintains a collection that is worldwide in scope. Presently, the research collections contain 197,469 (through catalogue number UMMZ 242,000) catalogued lots representing 433,505 individual specimens. These represent 1,067 genera and 5,323 species of which 13,818 specimens are skeletons. 99.9% of specimens are identified to genus, and 96% of specimens are identified to species. This includes 472 Primary Type specimens (representing 424 taxa) and 5,515 Paratypes (representing 804 taxa). The average growth over the last ten years has been nearly 1500 specimens per year. The auxiliary research collections contain 2,145 radiographs, 7,288 kodachrome slides, and 10,789 frozen tissue samples. All of the above mentioned collections have been inventoried and the data associated with them have been entered into computer databases in Filemaker Pro. A collection of 37 audio tapes containing hundreds of recordings of anuran vocalizations has been digitized and can now be accessed via the Division's webpage, as well as catalogue records and digital images of all primary type specimens.Image Collectionsnathist;um-ic;ummzicgNatural History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyEcology and Evolutionary Biology;ZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/amph3ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blank.gifUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Amphibian and Reptile CatalogueUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Amphibian and Reptile CatalogueN/AN/Atext:UMMZ, Amphibian and Reptile CataloguedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/a/amph3ic
publicNatural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyNatural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/amph1icamph1icN/AThe Division of Reptiles and Amphibians maintains a collection that is worldwide in scope. Presently, the research collections contain 197,469 (through catalogue number UMMZ 242,000) catalogued lots representing 433,505 individual specimens. These represent 1,067 genera and 5,323 species of which 13,818 specimens are skeletons. 99.9% of specimens are identified to genus, and 96% of specimens are identified to species. This includes 472 Primary Type specimens (representing 424 taxa) and 5,515 Paratypes (representing 804 taxa). The average growth over the last ten years has been nearly 1500 specimens per year. The auxiliary research collections contain 2,145 radiographs, 7,288 kodachrome slides, and 10,789 frozen tissue samples. All of the above mentioned collections have been inventoried and the data associated with them have been entered into computer databases in Filemaker Pro. A collection of 37 audio tapes containing hundreds of recordings of anuran vocalizations has been digitized and can now be accessed via the Division's webpage, as well as catalogue records and digital images of all primary type specimens.Image Collectionsnathist;um-ic;ummzicgNatural History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyEcology and Evolutionary Biology;ZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/a/amph1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/amph1ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Amphibian and Reptile Type SpecimensUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Amphibian and Reptile Type SpecimensN/AN/Atext:UMMZ Amphibian and Reptile Type SpecimensdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/a/amph1ic
publicAll Great Lakes;Fish;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyAll Great Lakes;Fish;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fish4icfish4icfish-icThis collection contains map images showing the locations in which fish have been recorded in Michigan. The atlas contains separate maps for 153 species. Records are keyed to indicate whether a voucher specimen is available in the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology.Image Collectionsallgl-ic;fish-ic;nathist;um-ic;ummzicgAll Great Lakes,Fish,Natural History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyEcology and Evolutionary Biology;Zoology;Geography and MapsScience;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fish4ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/fish4ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Distribution Maps of Michigan FishesUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Distribution Maps of Michigan FishesN/AN/Atext:Distribution Maps of Michigan FishesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/f/fish4ic
publicAll Great Lakes;Fish;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyAll Great Lakes;Fish;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fish1icfish1icfish-icThis collection contains catalog records of the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology's Fish Division's specimen collection. The database currently contains more than 58,000 records, with collection dates ranging from the 1850s to the present. The records include such information as scientific name, common name, collector and collection date, locality, and preparation type. (Note: some records contain more complete information than others.)Image Collectionsallgl-ic;fish-ic;nathist;um-ic;ummzicgAll Great Lakes,Fish,Natural History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyEcology and Evolutionary Biology;ZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fish1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blank.gifUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Fish Collection DatabaseUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Fish Collection DatabaseN/AN/Atext:Fish Collection DatabasedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/f/fish1ic
publicAll Great Lakes;Fish;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyAll Great Lakes;Fish;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fish3icfish3icfish-icThis collection contains page images of the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology's Fish Division's field notebooks, with accompanying data records. The records include such information as collection date, collection location, species collected, and related information. The database was created for this project, and resides in the library. (Note: some records contain more complete information than others.)Image Collectionsallgl-ic;fish-ic;nathist;um-ic;ummzicgAll Great Lakes,Fish,Natural History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyEcology and Evolutionary Biology;ZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fish3ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/fish3ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Fish Field NotesUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Fish Field NotesN/AN/Atext:Fish Field NotesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/f/fish3ic
publicAll Great Lakes;Fish;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyAll Great Lakes;Fish;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fish5icfish5icfish-icThis collection contains descriptions of fish species from the Great Lakes region. These descriptions are modified from Hubbs' and Lagler's "Fishes of the Great Lakes Region," 2003, by G. R. Smith. The records include such information as family, scientific name, common name, general and specific descriptions, distribution, and ecology.Image Collectionsallgl-ic;fish-ic;nathist;um-ic;ummzicgAll Great Lakes,Fish,Natural History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyEcology and Evolutionary Biology;ZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fish5ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blank.gifUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Fish Species DescriptionsUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Fish Species DescriptionsN/AN/Atext:Fish Species DescriptionsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/f/fish5ic
publicAll Great Lakes;Fish;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyAll Great Lakes;Fish;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fish2icfish2icfish-icThis collection contains images and descriptions of specimens from the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology's Fish Division representing species found in the Great Lakes region. The database currently contains more than 600 records. The records include such information as scientific name, common name, size, and description.Image Collectionsallgl-ic;fish-ic;nathist;um-ic;ummzicgAll Great Lakes,Fish,Natural History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyEcology and Evolutionary Biology;ZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fish2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/fish2ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Fish Specimen Image CollectionUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Fish Specimen Image CollectionN/AN/Atext:Fish Specimen Image CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/f/fish2ic
publicUniversity of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyUniversity of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rept2icrept2icN/AThe Herpetology Field Notebooks Collection consists of approximately 286 field notebooks. These notebooks contain information related to the collection of Herpetology specimens held at the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology (UMMZ). While some of the notebooks are merely logbooks of collections with species identifications for each field number with places and dates, others have much more detailed information including field conditions, habitat notes, specimen descriptions including colors and measurements, as well as detailed maps.Image CollectionsummzicgUniversity of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rept2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/rept2ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Herpetology Field NotebooksUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Herpetology Field NotebooksN/AN/Atext:UMMZ Herpetology Field NotebooksdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/r/rept2ic
publicUniversity of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyUniversity of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rept3icrept3icN/AThe University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology’s Division of Reptiles and Amphibians maintains the second largest collection of preserved reptile and amphibian specimens in the world. Of the nearly half million specimens, nearly 40,000 specimens are snakes. Our PhD student, Mike Grundler’s research involves characterizing diets of neotropical colubrid snakes through the dissection of fluid-preserved snake specimens in the UMMZ herpetology collection. During his work at the Research Museum Center, well over 500 specimens were dissected to recover nearly 200 prey items. Documenting these predators and prey items with high resolution photography is part of Mike’s ongoing research characterizing ecological patterns in the evolution of neotropical snake diets. Many of the dissections made proved fruitful in this respect by yielding further data on poorly known snake diets. At present, there are 459 images of snake predators (over 100 species) and their prey. The museum vouchers for these images are curated in our research collections.Image CollectionsummzicgUniversity of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rept3ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/rept3ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Herpetology Predator and Prey CollectionUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Herpetology Predator and Prey CollectionN/AN/Atext:UMMZ Herpetology Predator and Prey CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/r/rept3ic
publicUniversity of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyUniversity of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rept1icrept1icN/AThe University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Division of Reptiles and Amphibians, presently maintains a collection of radiograph film plates (some with images of caecilians). In order to make these more accessible for research, they are digitizing the film plates and associating them with diagrams of the individual specimens. Approximately 40% of the caecilian specimens are catalogued at UMMZ, while the rest exist in museum collections worldwide. They have borrowed research material from other museum collections with permission to digitize their radiographs. By sharing this collection of digital images associated with the diagrams of the individual specimens, this should be of great value to other museum collections in their efforts.Image CollectionsummzicgUniversity of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rept1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/rept1ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Herpetology RadiographsUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Herpetology RadiographsN/AN/Atext:UMMZ Herpetology RadiographsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/r/rept1ic
publicUniversity of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyUniversity of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/i/insect2icinsect2icN/AThis collection contains catalog records from the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology’s Insect Division's specimen collection. Specimens that have an image associated with the record, such as a label data image, are included here. Some records contain complete collection, preparation, and taxonomic detail, while others only have a specimen data image and limited taxonomic detail. Records include specimen information from the early 1800s through the present and are of global distribution. Most of our databased or digitized records currently are of Orthoptera (grasshoppers, katydids, and crickets), Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies), and Hymenoptera (bees, wasps, and ants). There are currently about 300,000 specimen recorded in the database and more specimen record images are being added frequently as the UMMZ Insect Division continues to work on digitizing the estimated 4.5 million specimens in the collection.Image CollectionsummzicgUniversity of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/i/insect2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/insect2ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Insect Division CollectionUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Insect Division CollectionN/AN/Atext:UMMZ Insect Division CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/i/insect2ic
publicUniversity of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyUniversity of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/i/insect1icinsect1icN/AThe Museum of Zoology has maintained collections for over 100 years, and the earliest of our collections in the Insect Division that are documented with field notes is the 1908 expedition to Huron County, Michigan. Subsequent UMMZ curators and staff kept notes of their field activities, with the activities of Theodore H. Hubbell comprising a majority of the records. At minimum, the field notes represent a listing of places visited where specimens were obtained. Those records often have additional information that is not contained on a specimen label, and a well-documented expedition often has information on vegetation, land features, weather, associated species, and may also contain photographs and maps of the collecting events.Image CollectionsummzicgUniversity of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/i/insect1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/insect1ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Insect Field NotebooksUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Insect Field NotebooksN/AN/Atext:UMMZ Insect Field NotebooksdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/i/insect1ic
publicAll Great Lakes;Mammal;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyAll Great Lakes;Mammal;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mam1icmam1icmam-icThis collection contains catalog records exported from the University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology, Mammal Division's specimen collection, and selected specimen images. The database currently contains more than 22,000 records, with collection dates ranging from the 1830s to the present. The records include such information as scientific name, common name, collector and collection date, locality, and preparation type.Image Collectionsallgl-ic;mam-ic;nathist;um-ic;ummzicgAll Great Lakes,Mammal,Natural History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyEcology and Evolutionary Biology;ZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mam1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/mam1ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Mammal Division Collection Database with Specimen ImagesUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Mammal Division Collection Database with Specimen ImagesN/AN/Atext:Mammal Collection Database with Specimen ImagesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/m/mam1ic
publicAll Great Lakes;Mammal;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyAll Great Lakes;Mammal;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mam3icmam3icmam-icThis collection contains page images of the University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology, Mammal Division's field notebooks, with accompanying data records. The records include such information as collection date, collection location, species collected, and related information.Image Collectionsallgl-ic;mam-ic;nathist;um-ic;ummzicgAll Great Lakes,Mammal,Natural History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyEcology and Evolutionary Biology;ZoologyScienceforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mam3ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/mam3ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Mammal Division Field NotesUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Mammal Division Field NotesN/AN/Atext:Mammal Field NotesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/m/mam3ic
publicAll Great Lakes;Mammal;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyAll Great Lakes;Mammal;Natural History;University of Michigan Collections;University of Michigan - Museum of Zoologyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mam2icmam2icmam-icThis collection includes page images and brief data records of a scrapbook housed in the University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology, Mammal Division comprised of maps of the state of Michigan, keyed to anecdotal reports of species in the state over time (primarily from the 19th and early 20th centuries). It is believed to have been created by N. A. Wood.Image Collectionsallgl-ic;mam-ic;nathist;um-ic;ummzicgAll Great Lakes,Mammal,Natural History,University of Michigan Collections,University of Michigan - Museum of ZoologyEcology and Evolutionary Biology;Zoology;Geography and MapsScience;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mam2ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/mam2ic.jpgUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Mammal Division MapsUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Mammal Division MapsN/AN/Atext:Mammal MapsdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionU/m/mam2ic
publicHumanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan HistoryHumanities Text Initiative;University of Michigan Historytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umregprocumregprocN/AThe Proceedings of the Board of Regents are the permanent historical record of actions taken by the University of Michigan Board of Regents from 1837 to the present. Proceedings volumes are organized on a fiscal year basis, so that volumes begin with the July meeting of one year and end with the June meeting of the next year. In addition to the text search capabilities of the Regents Proceedings found on this website, it is also possible to search the index to the Proceedings.Text Collectionshti-tc;umhist-tcHumanities Text Initiative,University of Michigan HistoryAmerican Culture;EducationHumanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umregproc/lib/colllist/thumbnails/umregproc.jpgUniversity of Michigan, Proceedings of the Board of RegentsUniversity of Michigan, Proceedings of the Board of RegentsN/AN/Agraphic:umregproc-2ndlLogo2.gifdefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionU/u/umregproc
publicState of Michigan Finding Aids;University of Michigan Finding AidsState of Michigan Finding Aids;University of Michigan Finding Aidsfindaidhttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/f/findaid/findaid-idx?c=vrcvrcN/AThe History of Art Department's Visual Resources Collection (VRC) maintains nearly two million images of art. The collection's roots are more than 90 years old and developed as a teaching collection to support faculty and students. As the University of Michigan's History of Art Department evolved and became a center for scholarship, so did the VRC collection become an international resource. The VRC, until very recently, has never made their archival holdings public. With the aid of Encoded Archival Description (EAD) files, it is not possible to provide access to finding aids and inventories of our primary resources online. Through the provision of these online finding aids, patrons can connect with the VRC's vast resources of images of art, architecture, and artifacts.Finding Aid Collectionsmigroup;umfagroupState of Michigan Finding Aids,University of Michigan Finding AidsArt and Design;Art History;Humanities (General)Arts;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/f/findaid/findaid-idx?c=vrc/lib/colllist/thumbnails/vrc.jpgVisual Resources Collection Finding AidsVisual Resources Collection Finding Aidsmailto:dlps-help@umich.eduDigital Library Production Servicegraphic:Wide-Banner_01.pngdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionV/v/vrc
restrictedNon-English Text Collections;University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsNon-English Text Collections;University of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/v/voltairevoltaireN/AThe Voltaire électronique database is a collection of electronic documents each containing an individual work by Voltaire. The documents are grouped together in volumes. The database includes all the material within these works with the exception of the editorial material in non-Oxford editions and in those Oxford editions which are in the process of being re-edited. All texts are in the original French only.Text Collectionsnoneng-tc;text-allNon-English Text Collections,University of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsFrench Language and Literatures;General and Comparative Literature;PhilosophyHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/v/voltaire/lib/colllist/thumbnails/voltaire.jpgVoltaire électroniqueVoltaire électroniqueN/AN/Agraphic:volt-sm-banner.gifdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionV/v/voltaire
restrictedUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/y/yeatsyeatsN/AThis database contains the major works of W. B. Yeats in all genres, including poetry, plays, criticism, and fiction, collected in 22 volumes. A single edition of each work, usually the last known to have been approved by Yeats, has been included. However, both of the widely different versions of "A Vision" (1925 and 1937) have been included.Text Collectionstext-allUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsTheatre and Drama;English Language and Literature;General and Comparative LiteratureArts;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/y/yeats/lib/colllist/thumbnails/yeats.jpgW. B. Yeats CollectionW. B. Yeats CollectionN/AN/Atext:W. B. Yeats CollectiondefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionW/y/yeats
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/petoskeypetoskeyN/ANoted Native American writer, artisan, musician, and dancer Warren Petoskey came to understand that his clients often experienced residual effects from the American Indian boarding schools that many were forced to attend. This realization led Warren to found Dawnland Native Ministries in 1998; based near Petoskey, Michigan, this outreach program endeavors "to build bridges of understanding with all peoples regarding the damage done by America's boarding school policies and their effects on the current generations."Text CollectionsNo group nameUnited States History;Education;Native American StudiesGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/petoskey/lib/colllist/thumbnails/petoskey.jpgWarren Petoskey Papers, 1873-2016Warren Petoskey Papers, 1873-2016N/AN/Atext:Warren Petoskey Papers, 1873-2016text:Bentley Historical Library, University of MichiganDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionW/p/petoskey
publicHumanities Text Initiative;PoetryHumanities Text Initiative;Poetrytexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/blaketcblaketcN/AThis is a transcription of William Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience, published in London in 1794, with links to digital images of the manuscript held by the Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.Text Collectionshti-tc;poetryHumanities Text Initiative,PoetryArchives and Manuscripts;English Language and LiteratureGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/blaketc/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blaketc.jpgWilliam Blake's Songs of Innocence and of ExperienceWilliam Blake's Songs of Innocence and of ExperienceN/AN/Atext:William Blake's Songs of Innocence and of ExperiencedefaultHumanities Text Initiativestatistics detailCollectionW/b/blaketc
publicMiscellaneousMiscellaneousimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/blakeicblakeicN/AThis resource contains images from William Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience. It accompanies the online transcription. Image Collectionsmisc-icMiscellaneousArchives and Manuscripts;English Language and LiteratureGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/blakeic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/blakeic.jpgWilliam Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience (images)William Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience (images)N/AN/Atext:William Blake's Songs of Innocence and of ExperiencedefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionW/b/blakeic
publicState of Michigan Finding Aids;University of Michigan Finding AidsState of Michigan Finding Aids;University of Michigan Finding Aidsfindaidhttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/clementseadclementseadN/AThe William L. Clements Library Finding Aids site provides access to finding aids or descriptive inventories for manuscript and graphics collections at the Clements Library. Use this collection to explore collection guides and inventories of manuscripts and graphics collections, which include letters, diaries, photographs, ephemera, and more.|Finding Aid Collectionsmigroup;umfagroupState of Michigan Finding Aids,University of Michigan Finding AidsArchives and Manuscripts;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/clementsead/lib/colllist/thumbnails/clementsead.jpgWilliam L. Clements Library Finding AidsWilliam L. Clements Library Finding Aidsmailto:dlps-help@umich.eduUniversity of Michigan Digital Librarygraphic:ClementsLogo.gifdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionW/c/clementsead
publicUniversity of Michigan CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Collectionsimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/wcl1icwcl1icN/AThe William L. Clements Library Image Bank contains a selection of materials from the library's rich collection of early Americana. Items include a variety of graphic materials, maps, and manuscripts from various periods in early American history. These images are simply a few of the many treasures that the Clements has to offer and are not intended to be comprehensive or representative of the whole of the Clements’ diverse collection.Image Collectionsum-icUniversity of Michigan CollectionsArchives and Manuscripts;Photographs and Pictorial Works;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/wcl1ic/lib/colllist/thumbnails/wcl1ic.jpgWilliam L. Clements Library Image BankWilliam L. Clements Library Image BankN/AN/Atext:William L. Clements Library Image BankdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionW/w/wcl1ic
publicLocal HistoryLocal Historyimagehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/y/yhsic1yhsic1N/AThis searchable collection of photographs from the Archives of the Ypsilanti Historical Society currently contains over 300 images. Images included people, buildings, homes, events, celebrations and other subjects.Image Collectionslocalhist-icLocal HistoryPhotographs and Pictorial Works;Places;American Culture;United States HistoryGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/y/yhsic1/lib/colllist/thumbnails/yhsic1.jpgYpsilanti Historical Society Photo ArchivesYpsilanti Historical Society Photo ArchivesN/AN/Atext:Ypsilanti Historical Society Photo ArchivesdefaultDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionY/y/yhsic1
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/kjv/kjvno default group idThis database provides simple, boolean and proximity searches of the King James Bible. The original electronic text for this version of the Bible was provided by the Oxford Text Archive. Original tagging was performed by the New Centre for the Oxford English Dictionary (Waterloo); subsequent conversion to SGML was performed by the University of Michigan Humanities Text Initiative.Text CollectionsNo group nameEnglish Language and Literature;Religious StudiesHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/kjv//lib/colllist/thumbnails/kjv.jpgBible: King James VersionBible: King James Versionno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionBno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rsv/rsvno default group idThis is an online version of the Revised Standard Bible, "the version set forth 1611, revised 1881-1885 and 1901, compared with the most ancient authorities and revised 1946-1952, second edition of the New Testament 1971." The Revised Standard Version is copyright National Council of Churches of Christ in America.Text CollectionsNo group nameEnglish Language and Literature;Religious StudiesHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rsv//lib/colllist/thumbnails/rsv.jpgBible: Revised Standard VersionBible: Revised Standard Versionno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionBno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mormon/mormonno default group idThis database provides simple, boolean and proximity searches of the Book of Mormon. This electronic text was provided by Project Gutenberg and subsequently marked up at the University of Michigan Humanities Text Initiative in SGML.Text CollectionsNo group nameEnglish Language and Literature;Religious StudiesHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mormon//lib/colllist/thumbnails/mormon.jpgBook of MormonBook of Mormonno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionBno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/luther/lutherno default group idThis version of the Luther translation of the Bible is derived from the edition published by the Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft (1984), and is provided with their kind permission. It was initially prepared by Jeffery Triggs of the OED's North American Reading Program and was subsequently converted to conform to the TEI DTD by the University of Michigan's Humanities Text Initiative.Text CollectionsNo group nameGermanic Languages and Literatures;Religious StudiesHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/l/luther//lib/colllist/thumbnails/luther.jpgBibel, Martin Luther TranslationBibel, Martin Luther Translationno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionBno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/harpersweekly/harpersweeklyno default group idThis collection contains the full-text of the 1865 volume of American magazine Harper's Weekly.Text CollectionsNo group nameUnited States History;Historical News SourcesHumanities;News & Current Eventsforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/harpersweekly//lib/colllist/thumbnails/harpersweekly.jpgHarper's Weekly (Texts)Harper's Weekly (Texts)no org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionHno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupsbibliographic and referencehttps://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/middle-english-dictionary/bibliographyhyperbibno default group idThe Bibliography (formerly the 'Hyperbibliography') includes all the Middle English materials which are cited in the Middle English Dictionary. Although this is not an exhaustive bibliography of Middle English writing, it offers the most comprehensive single list of ME materials at present available in electronic form, and is searchable in multiple ways.Bibliographic CollectionsNo group nameEnglish Language and Literature;British and Irish StudiesHumanities;International Studiesforeign:https://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/middle-english-dictionary/bibliography/lib/colllist/thumbnails/hyperbib.jpgBibliography of Middle EnglishBibliography of Middle Englishno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionBno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/koran/koranno default group idThis is an electronic version of The Holy Qur'an, translated by M.H. Shakir and published by Tahrike Tarsile Qur'an, Inc., in 1983. The text was provided by the Online Book Initiative and subsequently marked up at the Humanities Text Initiative at the University of Michigan in SGML. Text CollectionsNo group nameReligious StudiesHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/koran//lib/colllist/thumbnails/koran.jpgKoranKoranno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionKno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/micase/micaseno default group idThe Michigan Corpus of Academic Spoken English (MICASE) is a collection of nearly 1.8 million words of transcribed speech (almost 200 hours of recordings) from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, created by researchers and students at the English Language Institute (ELI). MICASE contains data from a wide range of speech events (including lectures, classroom discussions, lab sections, seminars, and advising sessions) and locations across the university.Text CollectionsNo group nameEnglish Language and LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/micase//lib/colllist/thumbnails/micase.jpgMichigan Corpus of Academic Spoken English (MICASE)Michigan Corpus of Academic Spoken English (MICASE)no org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionMno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupsbibliographic and referencehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/memem/mememno default group idThe Michigan Early Modern English Materials (MEMEM) were compiled by Richard W. Bailey, Jay. L. Robinson, and James W. Downer, with Patricia V. Lehman. The Materials consist of citations collected for the modal verbs and certain other English words for the Early Modern English Dictionary. Bibliographic CollectionsNo group nameDictionaries;English Language and LiteratureGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/memem//lib/colllist/thumbnails/memem.jpgMichigan Early Modern English MaterialsMichigan Early Modern English Materialsno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionMno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupsbibliographic and referencehttps://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/middle-english-dictionary/dictionarymedno default group idNewly revised and expanded (2018-) from its original 15,000 pages, the Middle English Dictionary offers a comprehensive analysis of lexicon and usage for the period 1100-1500, based on the analysis of a collection of over three million citation slips, the largest collection of this kind available. This electronic version of the MED preserves all the details of the print MED, but goes far beyond this, by converting its contents into an enormous database, searchable in ways impossible within any print dictionary.Bibliographic CollectionsNo group nameDictionaries;English Language and LiteratureGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:https://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/middle-english-dictionary/dictionary/lib/colllist/thumbnails/med.jpgMiddle English DictionaryMiddle English Dictionaryno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionMno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rheims/rheimsno default group idThis version of the Rheims version of the Bible was prepared by Jeffery Triggs of the OED's North American Reading Program.Text CollectionsNo group nameEnglish Language and Literature;Religious StudiesHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rheims//lib/colllist/thumbnails/rheims.jpgRheims Bible: The New TestamentRheims Bible: The New Testamentno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionRno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/tei/teino default group idThis is the full-text edition of the TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) Guidelines written with contributions by C.M. Sperberg-McQueen and Lou Burnard. These guidelines provide means of representing those features of a text which need to be identified explicitly in order to facilitate processing of the text by computer programs. In particular, they specify a set of markers (or tags) which may be inserted in the electronic representation of the text, in order to mark the text structure and other textual features of interest.Text CollectionsNo group nameComputer Science;Information ScienceEngineering;Social Sciencesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/tei//lib/colllist/thumbnails/tei.jpgTEI GuidelinesTEI Guidelinesno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionTno webdir
publicNo categoryCollection not in any groupsbibliographic and referencehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/gloss/glossno default group idAll of the material included here was prepared by Prof. Larry Benson (ldb@wjh12.harvard.edu) as part of a larger Glossarial DataBase of Middle English. It was subsequently marked up according the TEI (P3) Guidelines using the analytical markup section. Considerable work on this version of the DataBase is still necessary, including linking in Prof. Benson's "dictionary" and adding a variety of searches.Bibliographic CollectionsNo group nameDictionaries;English Language and LiteratureGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/gloss//lib/colllist/thumbnails/gloss.jpgA Glossarial DataBase of Middle EnglishGlossarial DataBase of Middle Englishno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionGno webdir
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/goethe/goetheno default group idThis collection contains an electronic version of the Weimar Edition of the works of German poet and philosopher Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832), supplemented by Goethes Gespräche and all the letters discovered since the completion of the Weimar Edition.Text CollectionsNo group nameGermanic Languages and LiteraturesHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/g/goethe//lib/colllist/thumbnails/goethe.jpgGoethe WerkeGoethe Werkeno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionGno webdir
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/helsinki/helsinkino default group idThis collection consists of a selection of texts covering the Old, Middle, and Early Modern English periods. Text CollectionsNo group nameEnglish Language and LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/helsinki//lib/colllist/thumbnails/helsinki.jpgHelsinki CorpusHelsinki Corpusno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionHno webdir
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupsbibliographic and referencehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/medrealm/medrealmno default group idMedieval Realms is a comprehensive collection of original source material for the Middle Ages in Britain. It contains images of manuscripts, artefacts and buildings together with transcripts and translations into modern English of key written sources.Bibliographic CollectionsNo group nameArchives and Manuscripts;History (General);British and Irish StudiesGeneral Information Sources;Humanities;International Studiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/medrealm//lib/colllist/thumbnails/medrealm.jpgMedieval RealmsMedieval Realmsno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionMno webdir
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupsbibliographic and referencehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/o/oed/oedno default group idThis is the most complete and authoritative dictionary of the English language. It cites quotations demonstrating the use of each word defined to illustrate development of its usage and meaning.Bibliographic CollectionsNo group nameDictionaries;English Language and LiteratureGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/o/oed//lib/colllist/thumbnails/oed.jpgOxford English DictionaryOxford English Dictionaryno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionOno webdir
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/pld/pldno default group idThe Patrologia Latina Database is the full-text electronic version of the Patrologia Latina by Jacques-Paul Migne (1844-1855 and 1862-1865), including all prefatory material, original texts, critical apparatus, indexes and illustrations. It contains 221 volumes of early Christian (patristic) writings in their original Latin. Text CollectionsNo group nameClassical Studies;Religious StudiesHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/p/pld//lib/colllist/thumbnails/pld.jpgPatrologia LatinaPatrologia Latinano org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionPno webdir
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/shakespeare/shakespeareno default group idThis collection contains the full text of the complete works of Shakespeare as presented in the standard scholarly edition edited by G. Blakemore Evans. It does not include the introductory essays, footnotes and critical apparatus of the print edition.Text CollectionsNo group nameTheatre and Drama;English Language and LiteratureArts;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/shakespeare//lib/colllist/thumbnails/shakespeare.jpgRiverside ShakespeareRiverside Shakespeareno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionRno webdir
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupsbibliographic and referencehttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rep/repno default group idThe Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy is a comprehensive reference resource covering the philosophical canon and philosophy from all continents and all periods. It contains 2,053 entries (from 500 to 19,000 words in length) contributed by 1,264 leading experts in 36 countries. Bibliographic CollectionsNo group nameSubject Encyclopedias;PhilosophyGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/r/rep//lib/colllist/thumbnails/rep.jpgRoutledge Encyclopedia of PhilosophyRoutledge Encyclopedia of Philosophyno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionRno webdir
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/j/johnson/johnsonno default group idThis resource includes the full text of both the 1755 and the 1773 (1st and 4th) editions of A Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson. The electronic version was first published by Cambridge University Press on CD-ROM in 1996. Text CollectionsNo group nameDictionaries;English Language and LiteratureGeneral Information Sources;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/j/johnson//lib/colllist/thumbnails/johnson.jpgSamuel Johnson's Dictionary of the English LanguageSamuel Johnson's Dictionary of the English Languageno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionSno webdir
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/shakeEd/shakeEdno default group idThis database contains eleven major editions from the First Folio of 1623 to the Cambridge edition of 1863-1866, twenty-eight separate contemporary printings of individual plays and poems, selected apocrypha and related works. In addition, it contains more than 100 adaptations, sequels and burlesques from the seventeenth, eighteenth, and ninteenth centuries, including the whole of Bell's Acting Edition of Shakespeare's Plays (1774).Text CollectionsNo group nameTheatre and Drama;English Language and Literature;General and Comparative LiteratureArts;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/s/shakeEd//lib/colllist/thumbnails/shakeEd.jpgShakespeare: Editions and AdaptationsShakespeare: Editions and Adaptationsno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionSno webdir
restrictedNo categoryCollection not in any groupstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/folio/foliono default group idShakespeare's first folio contains thirty-six plays and was published originally in 1623. It is the only reliable text for about twenty of the plays, and a valuable source text even for many of those previously published. This resource provides access to his first folio and several quartos via keyword and phrase searching. Text CollectionsNo group nameTheatre and Drama;English Language and LiteratureArts;Humanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/folio//lib/colllist/thumbnails/folio.jpgShakespeare First Folio and Several QuartosShakespeare First Folio and Several Quartosno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionSno webdir
restrictedUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text Collectionstexthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/ecf/ecfno default group idEighteenth Century Fiction includes 96 complete works in English prose from the period 1700-1780, by writers from the British Isles.Text Collectionstext-allUniversity of Michigan Licensed Text CollectionsEnglish Language and Literature;General and Comparative LiteratureHumanitiesforeign:http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/ecf//lib/colllist/thumbnails/ecf.jpgEighteenth Century FictionEighteenth Century Fictionno org linkno org textno primary titleno secondary titleDigital Library Production Servicestatistics detailCollectionEno webdir