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  • The Ku Klux Klan in Northwestern Wisconsin, circa 1915-1950

    The Ku Klux Klan in Northwestern Wisconsin, circa 1915-1950 is a digital collection of records, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, ephemera, and artifacts. These materials document a popular movement that most Americans would rather forget -- a so-cal…

  • Sixty Books, Sixty Libraries Project

    This digital collection was a collaborative book arts, writing and journaling project for the people of south central Wisconsin. The book collection was originally hosted by the South Central Library System (SCLS), and produced by the Bone Folders'…

  • Leal Conselheiro Electronic Edition

    The main goal of this project is to host an electronic critical edition of the Portuguese medieval text Leal Conselheiro to be used by scholars and university students. Leal Conselheiro is a moral treatise written by Duarte, King of Portugal, comp…

  • History of the UW-Madison Libraries

    The History UW-Madison Libraries Collection contains photographs of the campus libraries and publications reflecting several iterations of Friends of the Library publications dating back to the 1940s. The image collection features images of the bui…

  • Early Fond du Lac County People and Places

    This digital collection of thirteen published books provides accessibility to early information about Fond du Lac County. Eight city and county directories were chosen because of their historical value. Our earliest city directory is the Brigham &a…

  • Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine

    The Wisconsin Conservation Bulletin was first published in 1936, by the Wisconsin Conservation Department, the predecessor to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. In 1977 the name was changed to the Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine. W…

  • Wisconsin Palmyrene Aramaic Inscription Project

    The Roman-controlled city of Palmyra (1st c. BCE–3rd c. CE), once a major economic hub in the Levant, is the source of thousands of inscriptions in a dialect of Aramaic, as well as many in Latin and Greek (Yon 2012). The entire corpus of Palmyrene …

  • Korean War Veterans of Mount Horeb

    The Korean War veterans who contributed to this project are Robert Murray, Wilburt Hefty, Glenn Spaay, Marshall Ruegger, Wayne Syvrud, and Cyril Burns. In addition to the interviews, these men also contributed pictures, papers, and documents collec…