Database of over one million catalogue entries describing photographs, plans, and drawings of England's buildings and historic sites.
photographs from the earliest days of photography to the present day illustrating domestic, public and industrial buildings
detailed drawings and reports on buildings of interest because of their style or function
surveys of archaeological sites, such as Roman forts and medieval villages, which may survive only as earthworks or marks in vegetation
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The University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology Image Database was made possible through support provided by the University of Michigan's College of Literature, Science and the Art Information Technology Committee and the National Endowment of the Humanities. The Image Database includes photographs from original excavations, personal collecting, reference books and magazines, as well as images of artifacts within the Museum's collections.
The Michigan Daily Alumni Photographers Project is a collaborative effort of the University of Michigan Board of Student Publications, The Michigan Daily and Bentley Historical Library to preserve and promote the rich photographic heritage of The Michigan Daily. That heritage provides documentation of the campus, the community, and the wider world and demonstrates the technical skills and aesthetic vision the photographers brought to their assignments.
The Bentley Library's Michigan Daily record group includes negatives and prints dating from 1963 to 2004 (bulk 1963-1982) and some digital images for 1995 to 2006.
To supplement the Bentley's Michigan Daily collection, the Bentley and the Board of Student Publications have reached out to former Daily photographers who may have personal collections of their work for the Daily, asking if they would consider contributing a selection of their best images for inclusion in the Michigan Daily Alumni Photographers Project. To date Jay Cassidy (1967-1969), Steve Kagan (1970-1973), and Sara Stillman (1995-1998) have contributed to the project. Cassidy has contributed his entire collection of 4882 images (original negatives and digitized surrogates). Kagan provided a selection of 91 digitized images and Stillman had earlier donated her collection of negatives to the archives, A selection of Stillman's negatives and approximately 200 images from the Bentley 's Daily collection have been digitized in the initial phase of the project
This Great Lakes Maritime Database was initially funded by the Library of Michigan in 2005 with a collaborative grant by Alpena County Library and the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary. It contains the 19th century C. Patrick Labadie collection as well as an ever growing collection of 20th century data and pictures.
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters (formerly Literature, Philosophy and the Arts VRC) online image collection serves the departments and disciplines within the college, especially Literature, Philosophy and The Arts. The core physical collection numbers approximately 90,000 slides and 300 videocassettes. The collection is located in 3045 CB (College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters building on the UM-Dearborn campus).
The Manuscripts Division Image Bank contains a selection of materials from the William L. Clements Library's rich collection of early Americana. These images are visual supplements to various Manuscripts Division projects and are not intended to be comprehensive or representative of the whole of the Clements' diverse collection of manuscripts, printed materials, and graphic items.
This image collection was the result of a photographic expedition to Java and Bali organized in 1983 by University of Michigan History of Art professor Walter Spink. Members of the team included Paul Berry, Bambang Hoedoyo, Steve Markel, Elizabeth Horton Sharf, Garrett Solyom, Walter Spink, Suresh Vasant, and Patrick Young. All of the images on display at this site were photographed by Patrick Young, Head Photographer, Department of the History of Art.
This archive at the University of Frankfurt [Germany] contains ephemera of the members of the German Colonial Society (Deutsche Kolonialgesellschaft), founded in 1877. Its members collected books, journals, and photographs of their activities and of the interests of Germans around the world, from its beginning until its dissolution in 1943. The 50,000 digitized slides, photographs, and book illustrations from the archive mostly document late 19th and early 20th-century Africa. The bulk of the images pertain to these countries (in ranked order of number of images present in the database): Togo, Cameroon, Namibia, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, China, Papua New Guinea, Palau, Federated States of Micronesia, USA and Canada, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Samoa. The images in the photo archive may be searched by Place, Subject, Person, Photographer, and/or Ethnic Group. The website also includes the three-volume [in German] German Colonial Dictionary (Heinrich Schnee, ed. Deutsches Kolonial-Lexikon. Leipzig: Quelle & Meyer 1920). The website is in German, but the search page for the image archive has an alternative English-language interface.
The Vogue Archive contains the entire run of Vogue magazine (US edition) from 1892 up to three months ago, reproduced in high-resolution color page images. More than 400,000 pages are included, documenting the work from designers, photographers, stylists and illustrators of the late 19th, 20th, and early 21st centuries. Users can conduct searches to reveal results in all text, captions, and titles throughout the magazine, including advertisements, covers and fold-outs. Page images are provided in both JPEG and Flash digital formats.