To help share our wonderful collections, the Archives is involved in a number of digital projects. Many of these projects are powered by ContentDM and Omeka.
Williams College Archives: Historic Image Collection includes digital images pertaining to the history of the institution and the surrounding communities.
Williams College Oral History Project comprises abstracts of unrestricted interviews made with Williams College faculty, staff, trustees and alumni. Interview transcripts are also available, but only in the Chapin/Archives’ reading room.
Reily Scrapbook documents school years of Michael Reily at Woodberry Forest School and Williams College (Class of 1964).
Dively Committee Poster Collection covers a broad array of programming that explores issues relating to gender difference, sexuality, homosexuality, and feminism, and that encourages a respect for and awareness of human sexuality and diversity.
Williams College and Williamstown Map Collection is a grouping of large format maps of the Williams College campus and surrounding area.
Williams College and Williamstown Architectural Plans Collection are a growing collection of Willaims College and related buildings.
The Shaker Collection contains highlights from works by and about the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing from the Shakers' first theological treatise published in 1790 to the most recent scholarship concerning this utopian society. The manuscript portion of the collection includes account books, journals and photographs, and is especially strong in spirit communications and hymnals.
Davidson Image Collection consists of Victorian era photographs of Williams College and the surrounding area taken by Alexander Davidson.
The Richard Henry Winslow Dwight Collection will be available for digital viewing in Spring 2013.
Davis Center Poster Collection is grouping of posters publicizing Williams Minority Coalition and Davis Center events and speakers.
The Williams Record: Digital Image Collection is an expanding resource of digital images from the Williams College student publication, the Williams Record. This collection is slated for public presentation sometime in late 2013.