Archive for 'Digital Collections' Category
Mansfield Library now has a subscription to Overdrive, a service which provides e-books and audiobooks in a downloadable form for library users. Our collection is focused on academic literature and items related to fields of study at UM so it varies from the version of Overdrive available at Missoula Public Library. Materials can be ‘checked [...]
The University of Montana’s Home Economics Department was established in 1913 and closed in 1989. Visit our newest online exhibit to tour the Department through photographs, recruitment pamphlets and other memorabilia. Additional online exhibits featuring materials from Archives & Special Collections can be accessed here.
Archives & Special Collections now has over 3000 digitized photographs available online. These images, primarily of individuals and locations in the five valleys region around Missoula, Montana, can be browsed or keyword searched via our Digital Photo Project website. Reproductions of these images are available for purchase. Archives & Special Collections has over 100,000 images [...]
Life Zones of Glacier National Park, a 1918 map created by the National Park Service, is one of 100 regional and historic maps from Archives & Special Collections that were recently digitized and placed online. Other maps in the online collection include the original town site of Missoula and Fort Missoula in 1883. More maps [...]
The library is pleased to announce a new digital collection: The Jack Demmons / Bonner School Photographs, with approximately 1,600 photographs depicts life in and around Bonner, Montana, from the late 1800s through the 1950s.
We’re proud to announce a new collection of digital material from Archives & Special Collections: QuickView
Archives & Special Collections is pleased to announce that we now have over 1000 digitized images from our collections available online. These images, primarily of individuals and locations in the five valleys region around Missoula, Montana, can be browsed or keyword searched via our Digital Photo Project website. Reproductions of these images are available for [...]
The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library is pleased to announce the availability of the Digital Char-Koosta News. The Digital Char-Koosta News Project is a collaborative effort of the D’Arcy McNickle Library at Salish Kootenai College, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Indian Reservation and the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library of the [...]
The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library is proud to announce the availability of Leeson’s History of Montana 1739-1885. As you use this resource, we would be very interested to know what you think. Please contact us with examples of your interest, lesson plans you’ve created, or anything else related to Leeson’s History of Montana.