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CONTENTdm - July's Featured Collections

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Each month, three collections from the CONTENTdm Collection of Collections are featured on the CONTENTdm Web site. The featured collections for July are the e-Archives, Thomas Pim Cope Diaries and the Historic Des Moines, Images of Des Moines 1904 - 1914.

Purdue University Libraries
The Purdue Libraries e-Archives, a digital library of select treasures from Archives and Special Collections, debuted in March 2006. Collections include Amelia Earhart's papers, photographs and videos relating to Purdue's history, and the Frank and Lillian Gilbreth library of management videos.

Thomas Pim Cope Diaries
Haverford College
Thomas P. Cope was a successful Philadelphia merchant and Quaker who involved himself in a wide range of civic projects during the first half of the nineteenth century. He kept a regular diary between 1800 and 1851, with a gap between 1820 and 1843. In his diary, Cope records his own numerous activities, events taking place in Philadelphia and the wider world, and reflections on Quakerism, business, and many other topics. This collection contains digital facsimiles of the diaries along with their full text transcripts.

Historic Des Moines, Images of Des Moines 1904 – 1914
Drake University
Take a glimpse of Des Moines, Iowa as it entered the 20th century. This collection contains photographs of homes, parks and public places taken between 1904 and 1914. The collection was created by scanning images from the original sources held by the Special Collections Department of Drake University's Cowles Library.

These are just a few of the many outstanding digital collections created by CONTENTdm users.

If you would like to add your collections to the Collection of Collections, log in to the CONTENTdm User Support Center and follow the instructions. Be sure to submit metadata for all required fields including the Entered by field.

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