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At the University of Arizona Libraries, we make a variety of unique and special collections publicly available online. We're dedicated to sharing research and scholarship from the University and region, cultural heritage materials, and the historical record of the University.
Explore our digital content below and contact us to partner with us on new digital collection projects.
Visit the UA Campus Repository to find content such as:
Also explore journals published by the University of Arizona and partners.
Find rare and unique materials from Special Collections, particularly in the fields of literature, Arizona and southwestern history, and the sciences.
Featured content includes:
Also see more online exhibits from Special Collections, and related campus exhibits, which are often on historical themes of significance to the region.
Special Collections owns the copyright to some content. See reuse and permissions information.
Documentary Relations of the Southwest is an index from the Arizona State Museum. It provides research tools and finding aids to the written record that began with the arrival of Spanish explorers to the Southwest in the 1530s.
Afghanistan Digital Collections has materials on Afghanistan history, culture, and development during the Jihad period. Developed in partnership with the Afghanistan Center at Kabul University.
Technical Report Archive & Image Library includes U.S. government technical reports in technology and science issued prior to 1976.
Spatial Data Explorer allows you to preview and download datasets curated and held in our spatial data repository. It also contains data managed by other institutions including Tufts University, University of California Berkeley, Harvard University, and the University of Wisconsin Madison. The Explorer is an instance of the Open Geoportal Project.