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Tuesday, 31st October 2006

Digitization Projects: University of Pittsburgh Digitizes Some of Its University Archives

Documenting Pitt

The Digital Research Library released a new Web site devoted to University of Pittsburgh history: Documenting Pitt. The site contains material from the University Archives, including yearbooks, commencement programs, course catalogs, athletic media guides, chancellor's reports, and assorted publications and photographic images. With this material online, ULS librarians and archivists can better respond to requests from University personnel and alumni for information about aspects of the history of the University and its students and faculty.

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+ Bibliographic
+ History
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