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  • Botany Collection

    The Botany Collection consists of research and teaching materials created by University of Wisconsin faculty and staff as well as unique or valuable items related to botany held by the University of Wisconsin Libraries.

  • In Tune With Tradition : Wisconsin Folk Musical Instruments

    A collection of materials from field work conducted in 1989 that focused on two dozen Wisconsin folk musical instruments, their makers, and the represented ethnic and musical traditions (e.g., lumberjack, Woodland Indian, Norwegian, Puerto Rican, H…

  • United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia: UNTAC Archives

    The UNTAC Radio Archive is a unique collection. It can be considered a Cambodian historical item. The collection features the democratic transition in Cambodia in early 1990s, after the end of Cold War. The radio program was established in October …

  • Art Student Thesis Exhibition Collection

    In lieu of a written thesis, graduate students in the UW-Madison Art Department plan and carry out an exhibition of their work in a local gallery space. During their second year of study, students typically stage an exhibition in order to complete …

  • Luther Burbank : His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application

    Luther Burbank: His Methods and Discoveries is a 12–volume monographic series documenting Burbank's methods and discoveries and their practical application, prepared from his original field notes covering more than 100,000 experiments…

  • Waukesha County History 1870-1920

    In the fifty years between 1870 and 1920, Waukesha County grew from rural villages to lively cities and towns. The materials selected for this digital project depict many elements of Waukesha County history, primarily documenting the industries, pe…

  • Wisconsin Electronic Reader

    The Wisconsin Electronic Reader is a cooperative project of the University of Wisconsin General Library System and the State Historical Society of Wisconsin in celebration of the sesquicentennial of Wisconsin statehood.

  • The Antiquities of Wisconsin

    The Antiquities of Wisconsin, Increase A. Lapham's most important published work, was the result of his interest in the Indian effigy mounds found on Wisconsin's Landscape. His research for the work was funded by the American Antiquarian Society an…