New Digital Collections from Spelman and Morehouse

Our partners at Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library are very excited to announce the following new digital collections from Spelman and Morehouse that they are hosting on Digital Commons as part of the CLIR Our Story grant.

Thanks goes to Aletha Moore and Josh Hogan at AUC for their hard work in getting these collections posted, and to the Digital Library of Georgia and Spelman College Archives.

Spelman Messenger

http://digitalcommons.auctr.edu/scmessenger/

This collection is comprised of 612 issues of the Spelman Messenger spanning 1885-2016, featuring school news, articles by students, creative writings, book reviews, alumni notes and obituaries.

Spelman Catalogs & Bulletins

http://digitalcommons.auctr.edu/sccatalogs/.

This collection is comprised of 109 volumes of Catalogs and Bulletins from Spelman College from 1881-2012 providing information on degree programs, policies and procedures, fees and administrative issues, academic course offerings, faculty, staff and board members.

Spelman College Yearbooks

http://digitalcommons.auctr.edu/scyearbooks/

Posted here are yearbooks from Spelman College spanning 1951-2007.

Morehouse College Yearbooks

http://digitalcommons.auctr.edu/mcyearbooks/

Posted here are the Torch yearbooks from Morehouse College spanning 1923-2013.

Featured image:  Spelman College, “The Sphinx Yearbook 1951” (1951). Spelman College Yearbooks. 1.
http://digitalcommons.auctr.edu/scyearbooks/1

This project is supported by a Digitizing Hidden Collections  grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). The grant program is made possible by funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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3 Replies to “New Digital Collections from Spelman and Morehouse”

  1. Please do not separate this. I believe that the Woodruff Library has been digitizing the schools’ yearbooks in the AU Center for sometime now. I know that some CAU yearbooks are available for viewing and have been for a few years. Not sure about Morris Brown College, but I would certainly hope that they are included in this process. Let’s do a better job of being more “inclusive”, especially when we talk about the Atlanta University Center. Remember , “We Are All In This Together”. 🙂

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