This page provides links to materials in the holdings of Special Collections & University Archives that have been digitized. In some cases entire collections have been digitized, while in others only a portion, or even just a few pieces, have been digitized. If you are interested in other material related to these items, it is always best to check the collection’s finding aid. Also included are links to online exhibitions drawn from our collections.
In addition, the department’s News, Recent Acquisitions, & Special Features page is a frequently updated source for images and information from our collections.
Abraham Lincoln Collection digitized material
African American Women Students at the University of Iowa, 1910-1960 digitized material
The Atlas of Early Printing: http://atlas.lib.uiowa.edu
cARTalog digitized material
Curtis Botanical Images digitized material
Daily Iowan Historic Newspapers digitized material
Dentistry College Class Photographs digitized material
Iowa City Town and Campus Scenes digitized material
Michael W. Lemberger Photograph Collection digitized material
The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter. London: Strangeways, Printers. Complete digitized copy in Page Turner format of the first edition, first issue, privately printed in 1900, issued in 1901. Bound in original green boards). digitized book
Research Collections Images digitized material : a general selection, used in news entries, etc.
University of Iowa Campus Maps digitized material
Victorian Trade Cards digitized material
W9XK Experimental Television at Iowa digitized material
William Morris Online Edition digitized material
African American Women in Iowa (Iowa Women’s Archives) digitized material
Evelyn Birkby Collection (Iowa Women’s Archives) digitized material
Mujeres Latinas Digital Collection (Iowa Women’s Archives) digitized material
Alternative Traditions in the Contemporary Arts: Subjugated Knowledges and the Balance of Power online exhibition
Emblem Books online exhibition
Old Cap: Remembrance and Renewal online exhibition
Tiny Tomes: The Charlotte M. Smith Collection of Miniature Books online exhibition