For the last four years, the NCSU Libraries has been participating in the planning and execution of a multi-institution project to digitize hundreds of thousands of archival pages. The project, “Content, Context, and Capacity,” has been a collaboration with the Triangle Research Libraries Network and the university libraries at UNC Chapel Hill, Duke University, and North Carolina Central University.
Now, all pages from the SCRC scanned through the project–all 99,943 of them–are available online!
The last two new collections added to the Libraries Rare and Unique Digital Collections site are:
We also recently added almost 150 digitized folders to collections that already had some digitized materials online:
And here’s the collection in its entirety.
These resources are and will be available as part of the NCSU Libraries’ Rare and Unique Digital Collections, which provides access to thousands of images, video, and audio recordings, and text documenting NC State history.