Saline Historic Homes is a collection of photographs from a Historical and Architectural Survey that includes all structures built up to 1944 within the city limits of Saline, Michigan. Conducted in 1994 by Kosky and Glynn Associates, this survey is the result of the City’s intent to comply with the Certified Local Government requirements. The objective of the survey was to research, photograph and map all structures built within the City of Saline between 1829 and 1944. The completed project includes a survey card and black and white photograph for each structure, a map of all surveyed structures, and historical and architectural text encompassing the study period.
This is the University of Michigan database of images of Everyday Life in Thailand, brought to you by the Language Resource Center and the Digital Library Production Service. This collection is designed to supplement the teaching and learning of the Thai language by providing a rich variety of images through which learners may acquire a better understanding of life in Thailand. These images are primarily intended for learners and instructors of the Thai language, but those who are interested in other Southeast Asian languages and related disciplines may find them useful as well.
This is the University of Michigan database of images from Indonesia, brought to you by the Language Resource Center and the Digital Library Production Service at the University of Michigan Libraries. These images are primarily intended for learners and instructors of Bahasa Indonesia, Indonesia's national language, but those who are interested in other Southeast Asian languages and related disciplines may find them useful as well.
The images in this database comprise the general photograph holdings of the Labadie Collection.
Not included are photographs that make up part of archival collections. Those will be listed in the finding aids to the individual collections. You may request digital scans of these photographs, or you may view them in person. If you wish to inquire about the use of these images, please email email@example.com.
This is the searchable collection of Saline Valley Farms photographs. Saline Valley Farms was an economic experiment in cooperative living and farming that was developed by Harold Gray in 1932. Detailed in the 150 photographs, the farm was a thriving cooperative that lasted until 1953. The Saline Valley Farms digital project was produced by Saline District Library, Jim Cameron and David Vaughn. Funding was provided by the Carl F. Schrandt Endowment Fund. Original photographs and cataloging courtesy of the Bentley Historical Library.
The Pictorial History of Ann Arbor collection includes over 400 historical images of Ann Arbor from 1824 to 1974, plus searching and browsing access to the text of The Pictorial History of Ann Arbor, 1824-1974, edited by J. Fraser Cocks, III, c.1974, Michigan Historical Collections, The University of Michigan.
Students on Site is designed to use local history and geography as a site of innovative teaching and learning for students and teachers at all three education levels. This archive is a collection of historical and contemporary materials such as maps, photographs, personal letters, and government records.
The Trans-Asia Photography Review is a new international refereed journal devoted to the discussion of historic and contemporary photography from Asia. Online and free of charge, it is published by Hampshire College in collaboration with MPublishing at the University of Michigan Library.
This is the University of Michigan Turkish Life in Pictures (TULIP) image database, brought to you by the Language Resource Center and the Digital Library Production Service.
This collection is designed to supplement the teaching and learning of the Turkish language by providing a variety of images through which learners may acquire a better understanding of life in Turkey. These images are primarily intended for learners and instructors of the Turkish language. Therefore certain linguistic aspects have been deliberately emphasized in the selection of images and the captions. Hopefully, however, those interested in other Near Eastern languages and related disciplines, or those who are just curious about Turkey, may find them useful as well. We have no intention to duplicate all the pictures of monuments and tourist sites already available on the web. Some images selected here are mundane, others perhaps surprising, but all should have a story to tell.
This is the searchable collection of photographs from the Archives of the Ypsilanti Historical Society. Photographs date from the 1850s to the present. Images included cover people, buildings, homes, events, celebrations and other subjects.