In recent months several new image collections have been put online by the
University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service, Image
This message highlights the collections that are open to the world via
the Web. Please spread the word about the availability of these resources.
The best starting point is http://images.umdl.umich.edu/ .
Here is a brief summary of the public collections:
796 images of Borobudur, from the UM History of Art Department, Visual Resources Collections.
--- UM Museum of Art
11,291 images representing the Museum's collection. (all records and thumbnails are accessible. a large subset of the full-size images are also publicly accessible.)
--- Kelsey Musem of Archaeology, Egyptian Amulets
566 digital images of egyptian amulets.
--- Harper's Weekly
The 1865 volume of Harper's Weekly.
All images of the volume are available. Full text is searchable for a portion of the volume.
--- William Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience
Full text is searchable.
--- Bentley Historical Library
993 images primarily of University of Michigan campus and events.
988 images of the papers of Michigan poets from various collections housed at the Bentley Historical Library, featuring handwritten and typed manuscripts, letters and essays as well as photographs, sketches, certificates and other personal items.---
System implmentation information is also available at... http://images.umdl.umich.edu/info/
Please send questions and comments to dlps-is.
John Weise Coordinator of Image Services Digital Library Production Service University of Michigan (734) 763-9157 jweise
p.s. I apologize if you received this message more than once.