A new Primary Source Set has been added to the Minnesota Digital Library Primary Source Set Collection. The set highlights the history of this photographic technique. The Minnesota Digital Library holds more than 600 of these photographs with subjects ranging from architecture, famous people, historic events, and natural disasters.
Minnesota Digital Library (MDL) staff will be offering a free webinar on how to apply standardized rights statements to your digital collection on Tuesday, March 21st at 11:30 am. Registration ends Monday, March 20th.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) recently added 40 books and 272 maps related to Minnesota's highway history to the Minnesota Digital Library, including planning information, proposed routes, and transcripts from public hearings.
Are you feeling cooped up but also don’t want to leave the house because it’s winter? If so, check out the Minnesota Digital Library's latest online map exhibit on winter recreation in Minnesota from the comfort of your couch.
Timelines are useful tools for teaching and learning about people, places, and events in the past. The Minnesota Digital Library has started creating interactive online timelines that place historical images, documents, maps, and more at specific moments in time. Explore these timelines to engage with our digital collections in a new way.