Welcome to Digital Projects at the Collins Memorial Library. These collections cover a broad range of topics, formats, and periods. Our content continues to grow, so please visit often.
The Puget Sound Digital Collections provide access to digitized material from the Puget Sound Archives & Special Collections. Featured digital collections:
- Abby Williams Hill (1861-1943) was a landscape painter who worked primarily in the American West, traveled extensively, and advocated on social issues. The Abby Williams Hill Collection includes her correspondence, journals, photographs, and images of her paintings.
- A Sound Past documents the people, buildings, events, athletics, and campus environment through historical photographs.
In addition, Sound Ideas, Puget Sound’s Institutional Repository, represents the scholarship and creative works of the faculty, staff and students of the University of Puget Sound. The repository also provides access to university publications, student publications, university historical collections, and conference materials. Featured collections:
- Faculty Scholarship, Puget Sound faculty members are teacher-scholars. This collection provides a glimpse into the continuing engagement with the life of the mind that faculty members model for students, in and beyond the classroom.
- Student Research & Creative Works, Puget Sound students create scholarly works in an array of disciplines. This collection is a sample of graduate and undergraduate theses, and other exceptional scholarly and creative work created by our students.
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