As a participant in the K-State BiodIS (Biodiversity Information System) Targeted Excellence project, Kansas State University Libraries digitized a number of historical Kansas botany and entomology publications. This collection represents some of the titles that are available on the BiodIS website (biodis.k-state.edu).
This collection recognizes many of the historical women of Kansas State University and their accomplishments. The women in this initial collection include faculty, students, administrators, First Ladies, and alumni. We will continue to add to the collection and welcome your suggestions. The images are preserved in the University …
This collection contains select Kansas State University yearbooks from 1891 to 1925.
The history of Kansas State University is uniquely documented in this collection of primary sources. Included are photographs, course catalogs, books, ledgers, scrapbooks, letters, and more. Most selections are from the University Archives of Kansas State University located in Hale Library.
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K-State Libraries' Digital Collections offer discovery and access to a wide variety of digital materials related to K-State's history, scholarly output, and unique or rare archival holdings. These online collections contain content provided from many sources, but most notably the Richard L. D. and Marjorie J. Morse Department of Special Collections located in Hale Library. Digital resources include books, journal series, manuscript collections, photographic images, and maps.