Bringing together primary and secondary materials from their extensive archives and manuscript collections, the Yale University Digital Images Database provides interested parties access to a wealth of various ephemera. While the site doesn't contain any specific finding aids, savvy users will be able to use the search functions to locate materials quickly. Additionally, visitors can browse through digitized manuscripts that tell the story of the university in words and images. These archives can be quite a bit of fun, as they include a wide range of architectural drawings and maps that tell how the campus was developed over the centuries. All told, it's a nice way to learn about Yale and some of the people who have been associated with this august place over the years.


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