Resource Type: Digital Images

Index of Medieval Art

Founded in 1917, the Index of Medieval Art is one of the most important archives of medieval art in existence. It offers critically important resources for scholars of medieval visual culture.

Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000

Full-text primary and secondary sources in US women’s history, 1600-2000. Includes primary documents in many genres, images, a biographical dictionary, a dictionary of social movements/organizations, a timeline, and teaching resources.

Women, War & Society 1914-1918

Digitized primary sources related to women’s roles in and experiences of World War I, plus full-text interpretive essays. Includes pamphlets, photographs, charity and international relief reports, press cuttings, correspondence, and other materials.

Testaments to the Holocaust

Digitized documents, rare printed materials, and photographs illuminating Jewish life in Germany from 1933 to the postwar period, life in the concentration camps, the domestic policies of Nazi Germany, Nazi propaganda, and the experiences of refugees.

Vogue Archive

Contains the entire run of Vogue magazine (US edition), from the first issue in 1892 to the current month, reproduced in high-resolution color page images. Every page, advertisement, cover and fold-out is included.

Scientific & Medical ART (SMART) Imagebase

Download thousands of medical illustrations, videos, interactive tools, and monographs of anatomy, physiology, embryology, surgery, trauma, pathology, diseases, conditions and other topics.

Oxford Art Online

Full-text scholarly art encyclopedia covering artist biographies, works, traditions, media, techniques, and concepts in art history and theory. Includes a searchable collection of images.

ARTstor

Diverse digital image library covering architecture, decorative arts, design, painting, photography, and sculpture from many cultures.

American Broadsides and Ephemera, Series I

Images of broadsides printed between 1820 and 1900 and ephemera printed between 1760 and 1900, illuminating the cultural history of the United States as well as the history of printing. Provides full-text access to these primary sources. In addition to searching, users can browse the collection by genre, subject, author, and place of publication.