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last updated: 12/9/2010

AMID-Digital Libraries

Digital Libraries

 


 

Below is a list of digital libraries that contain historical primary source materials which have been digitized and made accessible for individuals. These resources include photographs, manuscripts and other useful research tools for understanding fashion and design from a historical perspective.

 

 

American Memory

The Library of Congress has developed a portal to digitized primary source materials including but not limited to photographs, manuscripts, sound recordings and moving images relating to American history.

(http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/index.html)

 

Digital Library for the Decorative Arts and Material Culture
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries has compiled a collection of electronic resources on the Early American decorative arts, which includes texts and journals, image databases, and information on organizations, museums and research facilities.

(http://decorativearts.library.wisc.edu/index.html)

 

Fashion Study Columbia Collection – Women’s Costume Collection

“The Women's Costume Collection exists primarily as a research study collection documenting the evolution of 20th- century fashion, mainly in the second half of the century.”
(http://fashioncollection.colum.edu/womens.php)

 

Texas Fashion Collection
The Texas Fashion Collection is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and documentation of historically significant fashion.”
(http://web2.unt.edu/tfc_test/main/Index.htm)

 

last updated: 12/9/2010