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  • 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…

  • The State of Wisconsin Collection

    The State of Wisconsin Collection brings together, in digital form, two categories of primary and secondary materials: writings about the State of Wisconsin and unique or valuable materials that relate to its history and ongoing development. The co…

  • Department of Chemical Engineering Technical Papers

    The Department of Chemical Engineering Technical Papers were written by University of Wisconsin chemical engineers between 1900 and 1935. There are five volumes containing 190 papers. The papers have been made available online because they show the…

  • The William J. Meuer Photoart Collection

    The William J. Meuer Photoart Collection is an outstanding visual history of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and its surrounding community. The collection was compiled by renowned local photographer William J. Meuer who with his brother, Roman,…

  • Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Programs

    Beginning in 1967, the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Directory and Records Book was published annually in order to provide a written record of the individual and team accomplishments for those sports sponsored by the confere…

  • Virginia M. Kline Collection : Ecological Communities of Wisconsin

    Dr. Virginia E. (March) Kline (1926-2003) was a plant ecologist with a thirst for knowledge about the natural world. She enthusiastically taught the wonders of nature and the science of ecology to students of all ages. In her role as the University…

  • Víglundar Saga : a New Edition Based on UW-Madison Libraries Special Collections MS 140

    Víglundar saga is one of the latest of the Icelandic family sagas (Íslendinga sögur), but its style is heavily influenced by the chivalric sagas (riddarasögur) such as Tristrams saga. It tells the story of the love between Víglund and Ketilríð, and…

  • Carson Gulley Cookbook Collection

    Carson Gulley (1897-1962) gained such legendary status as a chef on the UW-Madison campus that both a building and a pie were named for him. Carson Gulley Commons, located at 1515 Tripp Circle, was named for the man who had served as head chef ther…