Holdings include University administrative records; publications; manuscripts of faculty, staff and alumni; campus organizations; photographs; architectural drawings and plans; and film, video and sound recordings.
Inventories, subject-based collection lists, records management policies and forms, and an archives tutorial. Site features links to Alabama history websites, and an exhibit of photographs of and facts about buildings on the campus.
GASHE is a project to provide online access to collection descriptions for the archives of Scottish universities. Ten institutions are currently participating, including the Glasgow School of Art, the University of Edinburgh, and the University of Glasgow.
The Oberlin College Archives holds the permanently valuable records of the institution as well as those of individuals, families and organizations affiliated with Oberlin College or the town of Oberlin. Included are materials of movements with which Oberlin has been associated, such as antislavery, black education, coeducation, missions, and temperance. Web site features finding guides, records retention schedules and transfer guidelines, visitor information, and brief articles on Oberlin history.
Collections consist of Washington Territorial imprints, early Washington State maps, rare titles concerning Pacific Northwest History, and the major part of the working library of Leonard and Virginia Woolf.
Includes collection descriptions, finding aids, contact information, access policies and procedures. The site features detailed UB histories and online exhibits with photographs, sound files, and pdf files.
Houses private manuscripts and regional collections as well as university records. Includes subject guides, inventories, an archives tutorial, an administrative history of the University, and some digitized photographs.
UVic Archives is comprised of UVic institutional archives, private archives from the university community, and private archives relating to the history of the geographical region. Includes inventories, an archival catalog, records management resources, and archival links. Features an illustrated essay on the history of the campus site, and a "Directory of Records" database.
Research resource centre for history of the University of Glasgow and Scottish business. Subject strengths: records management, archival training, education, science, industry, art, architecture, banking, locomotives, retailing, shipbuilding, textiles, whisky.