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Research Using UB Special Collections & Archives

This guide provides resources for students, researchers, and instructors who are new to archival research or new to using the UB Special Collections & Archives.

Digital Exhibits

Baltimore Studies Exhibits

Head to our Exhibits From the Archives for our online digital exhibits highlighting selected materials from Baltimore Studies Archives collections. Or view a complete list of digital Baltimore Studies Exhibits below.

 

 

University of Baltimore History Exhibits

Head to our Exhibits From University Archives for our online digital exhibits highlighting selected materials from our University Archives collections. Or view a complete list of digital University History exhibits below.

 

 

 

Audiovisual Archives

Our Audiovisual Archives Collections containing digitized materials from collections are stored in the Internet Archive and include the collection of the local WMAR-TV Baltimore broadcast television station, individual oral history audio and video interviews from our collections, and University Archives materials.

 

Complete Digitized Collections (Archival collections that have been completely digitized)

The following collections have been digitized in their entirety. The links below will take you to individual collection finding aids.
Through each finding aid you will find digitized materials at the folder level marked by the red Digital Object Icon.

Partially Digitized Collections (Archival collections that have been partially digitized)

Many archival collections have been partially digitized at the folder level. The link below will take you a list of digitized items in our collections finding aid database. In each record, you can open linked records in order to view the full finding aid.
Individual folders in finding aids containing digital content are also marked by the red Digital Object Icon.

Access All Individual Digital Materials