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  • The Southeast Asian images & Texts Project

    This digital collection brings together, in digital form, two categories of primary and secondary resources: research and teaching materials collected by University of Wisconsin faculty and staff; and unique or valuable items related to these field…

  • Arnold Munkel Collection

    Arnold Munkel (1918-2003) was a mechanic and welder from Spring Grove, Minnesota. Beginning in the 1960s, and especially after his retirement, he devoted much of his time to documenting Norwegian-American folk and old-time music in southeast Minnes…

  • Recipe for Victory : Food and Cooking in Wartime

    The Recipe for Victory: Food and Cooking in Wartime collection presents books and government publications documenting the national effort to promote and implement a plan to make food the key to winning World War I. Within the collection are materia…

  • Joseph Philbrick Webster (ca. 1840s-1874)

    Joseph Philbrick Webster was born near Manchester, New Hampshire, on 18 February 1819. He was the son of Major John Webster, who fought in the Revolutionary War and died when Joseph was quite young. Webster showed musical talent at an early age an…

  • History of Science and Technology

    The History of Science and Technology Collection brings together in digital facsimile two categories of primary and secondary publications: Writings about scientific research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Unique or valuable titles in …

  • Wisconsin Local Histories

    From the shores of Lake Michigan to the banks of the Mississippi, the Wisconsin Local Histories collection showcases the awesome resources of public libraries and historical societies from across the state. Assembled and digitized over a nine-year …

  • Wisconsin Land Economic Inventory (Bordner Survey)

    Often called the "Bordner Survey" after its director, John Bordner, the Wisconsin Land Economic Inventory was a Depression-era project to inventory the land resources of Wisconsin so that they could be used more productively. Field workers, usually…

  • Archives of Archaeology

    The Archives of Archaeology is series of 29 archaeological reports published on micro-opaque (sic microcards) in the 1960s. The production was a joint project of the University of Wisconsin Press and the Society for American Archaeology (SAA). Prop…