St. Lawrence University has joined the Liberal Arts Scholarly Repository (LASR), a digital archive designed to feature the scholarship of students at Liberal Arts institutions.
The Liberal Arts Scholarly Repository is an openly accessible archive that documents the scholarly and other creative activity of the students, faculty, and staff of the participating institutions.
St. Lawrence University Libraries are currently developing a strategic plan for the management of our digital collections. This website has been developed to provide the community with information regarding the various projects already underway.
St. Lawrence University: Images
This digital collection consists of 100+ images selected from the campus photographs housed in the University’s Archives. The originals are from the 1860’s to present.
Roy Collection of African Textiles
The collection includes images of art and ceremonial objects, as well as documentation of their social context, use, and manufacture whether performances employing masks, or techniques used in producing pottery, iron, leather, weaving.
Vietnam War-era Photographs
Photographs by American G.I.s and nurses depicting battlefields, soldiers, prisoners, and villages and city life in Vietnam, as well as protests and peace marches in the United States.
Dwight P. Church Photograph Collection
Dwight "Dippy" P. Church was born in Canton, St. Lawrence County, N.Y. in 1891 and resided there until his death in 1974. He owned and operated the $5 Photo Company for sixty years.
Back to the Land Research Collection
Partners from four local institutions have joined efforts to develop a digital collection highlighting the significance of the back-to-the-land movement in St. Lawrence County.
SLU's Yearbook: The Gridiron
St Lawrence University’s yearbook archive is now available online. The Gridiron yearbook was published irregularly from 1880 through 1925, after which it was issued annually. Over 100 years of the University's history is now available to browse in digital form.
The Hill News
A digital archive of the "Hill News", St. Lawrence University's student newspaper, is now available for editions published between 1911-2008. The entire archive is fully indexed and searchable.
North of Sixty: Canadian Inuit Prints and Drawings
Inuit prints and drawings primarily from the Kinngait Studios in Cape Dorset and the Uqqurmiut Arts Center in Pangnirtung, both on Canada’s Arctic Baffin Island, Nunavut.
Gunnison Memorial Chapel Collection
The Gunnison Memorial Chapel digital exhibit consists of a selection of images from St. Lawrence University Archives' extensive collection of historical photographs.
Rockwell Kent Collection, 1914-1971
The Rockwell Kent collections at St Lawrence University consist of over 100 pieces of correspondence, 15 original prints, dozens of books as well as drawings and ephemera.
Sunderland Family Civil War Correspondence
This collection consists of 65 letters (64 originals and one photocopy), transcriptions of letters, 9 envelopes, photocopies of national archives records and research papers on both Darwin and John Sunderland prepared by St. Lawrence University students.
Frederic Remington Collection
The Remington Collection at St. Lawrence University, numbers approximately 400 items. Remington's correspondence constitutes the most important series in the collection.
St. Lawrence University | Canton, NY 13617 | ODY Library (315) 229-5451 | Science Library (315) 229-5400 | Richard F. Brush Art Gallery (315) 229-5174
This project is supported by grants from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation & the Northern New York Library Network