APIS: Advanced Papyrological Information System
APIS is a component of the larger Papyrological Navigator database, a worldwide aggregation of digital images, metadata, translations and transcriptions of papyri and ostraca (clay tablets). A listing of Columbia's ca. 5,800 papyri and ostraca can be viewed here
Barbara Curtis Adachi Bunraku Collection
Bunraku, a highly developed form of puppet theater, is a collaboration between puppeteers, narrators, and musicians. This collection of Bunraku images is one of the most extensive in the world.
Biggert Collection of Architectural Vignettes on Commercial Stationery
Contains over 1,300 items of printed ephemera with architectural imagery from 1850-1920, spanning more than 350 cities and towns in forty-five states.
Columbia Historical Corporate Reports: Digitized Reports from Watson Library's Collection
Selected from the collections of Columbia's Watson Library of Business & Economics, this collection presents ca. 770 digitized reports issued between 1850-1960 by some 36 companies, including department stores, utilities, banks, and railroads.
Columbia Spectator Archive
The Archive of the Columbia Daily Spectator, the newspaper of Columbia University, preserves the second-oldest college daily paper in the country. The complete run of the newspaper, from 1877 to 2012, is now available in digital form. The Archive is a public resource for Columbia University history and preserves the Spectator's past work.
The Digital Scriptorium makes available cataloging and selected digital images from medieval and early Renaissance manuscript collections housed in U.S. collections. It includes images from some 1,442 Columbia manuscripts from the Rare Books & Manuscript Library and Burke Library.
Ford IFP Archive
The archives cover the issues of social justice, community development, and access to higher education, and include paper and digital documentation and audiovisual materials on the more than 4,300 IFP Fellows as well as comprehensive planning and administrative files of the program.
G.E.E. Lindquist Native American Photographs
Photographs, postcards, negatives, and lantern slides from the G.E.E. Lindquist Papers archival collection at The Burke Library. They depict the people, places, and practices of Native Americans and their communities from 1909-1953.
Greene & Greene Architectural Records and Papers Collection
An online collection guide and image database of architectural designs and drawings by Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene, architects of the American Arts and Crafts Movement.
Hugh Ferriss Architectural Drawings and Papers Collection
This collection was donated to Avery Library by his family after Ferriss' death, and has been supplemented by several later additions from other sources. All 363 original drawings in the collection have been photographed and digitized.
Human Rights Web Archive
The Human Rights Web Archive @ Columbia University is a searchable collection of archived copies of human rights websites created by non-governmental organizations, national human rights institutions, tribunals and individuals. New websites are added to the collection regularly.
New York Real Estate Brochure Collection
A searchable database of thousands of advertising brochures, floor plans, price lists, and more from residential and commercial real estate development in New York City and vicinities from the 1920s to the 1970s.
Notable New Yorkers
Original audio recordings and edited transcripts of oral history interviews with ten influential New Yorkers drawn from the collection of the Columbia Libraries' Oral History Archives.
Real Estate Record and Builders Guide
Digitized volumes of The Real Estate Record and Builders Guide, a magazine detailing building activity in New York City and its environs that began publication in the late 1860s. The project website provides sales, mortgage, conveyance, and other data as well as illustrated articles on buildings and neighborhood development.
Seymour B. Durst Old York Library
The Seymour B. Durst Old York Library collection at the Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library consists of more than 40,000 objects including historic photographs, maps, pamphlets, postcards, books, and New York City memorabilia from the 18th century to the 1980s.
An online collection of the Tibet Mirror (Tib. Yul phyogs so so'i gsar 'gyur me long), published in Kalimpong, India from 1925 to 1963. Seventy percent of the full run is now available thanks to the generous cooperation of Yale University, Collège de France, and the Musée Guimet.