Digital Collections: Images, Text, Manuscripts, Maps, eBooks and Multimedia Materials
Boise State University: Digital Collections provides access to institutional archives and manuscript collections that are digitized on a variety of topics including regional and historical information.
Digital Public Library of America provides digital full text access to photographs, books, maps, news footage, oral histories, personal letters, museum objects, artwork, government documents, and more. The materials include cultural and historical significance to the United States.
Free Library of Philadelphia provides online access to digitized and multimedia resources that include historical primary sources such as manuscripts, images, and letters. Also included are interactive maps and atlases, posters, audiobooks, and web only exhibitions.
HathiTrust Digital Library offers a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world that includes books in full-text, journals, articles and more. Many items are available in full text due to expired copyrights or open access donations.
ibiblio is an online library and digital archive collaboration of the School of Information and Library Science and Information Technology Services of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Use the "Browse by Categorized Tags" link to a list of topics.
Idaho Commission for Libraries: Digital Collections called "stacks" is a cooperative project of the Idaho Commission for Libraries and all state agencies that are created by state agencies for the purpose of public information.
ISU Libraries: Digital Collections is facilitated by the Department of Special Collections and University Archives at Idaho State University. Select works are available in digital versions of materials from its manuscript and archive collections, including scanned photographs and text.
Library of Congress: Digital Collections provide online digital and multimedia collections about America on just about every topic you can imagine.
Open Parks Network is a collaboration between the National Park Service and the Clemson University Libraries, funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and scanning technology from the Internet Archive that provides access to gray literature and more the 300,000 digitized text, cultural items, images, and maps.
Smithsonian Libraries: Online Resources include full-text books, manuscript and image collections, and digital exhibitions on just about any topic you can imagine.
University of Idaho Library: Digital Initiatives provides online access to digitized collections that are focused on university and scholarly materials, and regional and local resources in a wide range topics and areas of study.
University Libraries, University of Washington: Digital Collections illuminate unique and rare primary source materials that are digitized as well as newspapers, images, posters, reports, and more from the library, the special collection department and participating faculty, university departments and organizations.
University Libraries, Utah State University: Digital Collections are created by the digital initiative team in the library's archives, these collections feature historical sources, exhibits, and scholarship by university affiliates.
World Digital Library is a subset of the U.S. Library of Congress that is supported by the United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization and other collection entities around the world to make available a voluminous library of multimedia materials, including books, manuscripts, maps, newspapers, journals, articles, photographs, audio recordings, and films.