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Digital Collections: Start Here

Welcome!

Digitized archival and rare book collections from the University of Alabama Libraries are available via Digital Collections. As of August 2020, it contains almost 200 collections and a total of more than 139,000 items.

Use the tabs above to learn more about how to use the interface and what kinds of materials you can find there.

Subject Guide

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Kate Matheny
Contact:
205-348-0506

Contact

In addition to contacting Kate directly (see ^), you can also email archives staff at archives@ua.edu. We're also on Twitter @coolathoole.

For COVID19 news and updates regarding UA Libraries resources and services, check out the Library Resources in the time of COVID-19 Libguide.

What About the Things That Haven't Been Digitized?

If you want to search all our archives, not just what's been digitized, go to Archival Collections

If you'd like to find rare books and other published items, they have been cataloged and are searchable via Scout (you can limit the Location to Hoole Library to pinpoint our resources).