Special Collections is currently working to digitize selected rare materials, including many seventeenth- through nineteenth-century British religious and political pamphlets. Digitized materials in Special Collections are available at the University of Missouri Digital Library and Missouri Digital Heritage. Specific materials available online include:
|Miscellaneous Texts from the Special Collections of University of Missouri Libraries|
|17th-19th Century British Religious, Political, and Legal Tracts|
|Daniel Webster Speeches Collection|
|Fourth of July Orations Collection|
For a description of the Sanborn Fire Insurance Map Collection, see the Sanborn Collection webpage. All of the pre-1923 maps are available in digital versions at the University of Missouri's Digital Library.
|Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps of Missouri|
For a description of the Fragmenta Manuscripta collection, see Manuscript Materials in Special Collections. MU is a participant in the Digital Scriptorium project, a web-based database compiling manuscripts from a number of research libraries. More information about the Digital Scriptorium project
Fragmenta Manuscripta materials in Digital Scriptorium
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|The Savitar (University of Missouri Yearbook)|
|Missouri: History, Geology, and Culture|
|1930 Platbooks of Missouri Counties|
A listing of online guides to the print materials of Special Collections is available in Guides and Indexes. Digitized versions of some printed guides and catalogues are available at Guides to Special Collections.