Historic Gettysburg College
A digital archive featuring materials of intellectual and cultural significance to the Gettysburg College Community: Historic Photographs, Manuscripts, Artifacts & Memorabilia and College Publications.
Gettysburg College Music Collection
This collection is a collaboration between Special Collections and the Sunderman Conservatory of Music. This collection provides a visual history of Music at Gettysburg College through photographs, LP covers, programs, articles, posters and other materials which showcase the creativity of Gettysburg College musicians.
A digital collection of oral histories documenting Gettysburg College, the Gettysburg Lutheran Theological Seminary, World War II and the Vietnam War.
This digital collection features tickets, photographs, set designs, posters, programs, costumes and other production materials highlighting the history of Theatre Arts at Gettysburg College.
Gettysburg Postcard Collection
The Gettysburg Postcard Collection presents vintage postcards depicting views of the Gettysburg College and Gettysburg Seminary campuses as well as images of the town and Battlefield.
19th Century Images of Greece and the Near East
A digital collection of nineteenth century images of Constantinople, Jerusalem, and Athens from notable photography studios such as Maison Bonfils, Sebah & Joaillier, and Abdullah Frères.
New England Loyal Publication Society
A digital collection of broadsides published by the New England Loyal Publication Society. This society, founded in 1863, influenced public opinion through the distribution of pro-Union articles, editorials, and literature.
A digital collection of correspondence and memorabilia of Mamie and Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Online access to issues of Gettysburg's student newspaper published from 1897 to 2004
The Gift of Music
More than 1,000 music scores and parts plus a collection of 18th- and 19th-century violins and bows contributed by 1919 graduate Dr. F. William Sunderman (1898-2003), a renowned physician and scientist and a gifted violinist. Dr. Sunderman's $15.7 million bequest established the Sunderman Conservatory of Music at Gettysburg.