Search our local digital collections in CONTENTdm:
Historic Ohio University-related materials including photos, maps, documents, publications, videos, and memorabilia. Access through CONTENTdm.
Video oral histories of soldiers and guardsmen who served with the 1st Division of the U.S. Army from 1944 to 2009. Access through CONTENTdm.
Course catalogs 1831-2008. Includes undergraduate, graduate, summer, and extension. Access through the Internet Archive.
An illustrated photographic magazine published by Ohio University Libraries that details the Libraries’ extraordinary changes throughout its 200-year history. Whether curating rare special collections or providing online access to the latest scientific research, the Libraries is essential for teaching, learning and research. Access through Issuu.
Artwork created and collected by Frederick Harris. Access through CONTENTdm.
Many images and documents from University Archives, especially Ohio University Libraries history.
(accessible only on the Athens campus)
Videos from 1952 to 2002 featuring many types of elections including federal, state, and local. Access through CONTENTdm.
Letters, memos, essays, and reports by E.W. Scripps (1854-1926), an American newspaper publisher and founder of The E.W. Scripps Company and United Press news service. Includes photographs documenting the Scripps family. Access through CONTENTdm.
The Post from 1999-2011, with other years and newspaper titles coming soon. Access through CONTENTdm.
Materials from the senatorial and gubernatorial archives of Senator George V. Voinovich. Access through Omeka.
King Chulalongkorn’s diaries from 1876 to 1887 and his travel writings which chronicle his royal visits to India, Malaya, Singapore, Java, Europe, and the remote corners of Siam. Access through the Internet Archive.
browse/search in ARTstor (Athens campus affiliates only – authentication required)
Ceremonial and temple art from the Yao culture of North Vietnam. Access through CONTENTdm.
Yearbooks 1892-2009. Yearbooks were published most years as either the Athena or Spectrum Green. A collaborative project of the Alumni Association and University Libraries. Access through the Internet Archive.