We have a lot of digital collections, perhaps you've never ever gotten a chance to check them aside. Periodically, we shall introduce, and even re-introduce, you to an electronic digital collection we have had for a time. Topic specialists will show you the collection to you personally, explain to you how to use it, and let you know about any changes we've made because it first showed up online.CHOICES an inside Z
From A to Z, the Library of Virginia's digital choices reflect the diverse reputation for the commonwealth and its particular men and women. You will find them all here, whether you are considering photographs, archival files, or maps. It is a long record, however if guess what happens you're looking for or are interested in seeing all of that we've offered by subject, start here.COLLECTIONS BY SUBJECT
We have done some work for you and organized our digital collections by topic that will help you slim down your quest. So, if you know exacltly what the topic is, or which type of files you're looking for, let me reveal where you'll find choices arranged by topics, eg army service records, land records, town and county documents, and others.VIRGINIA NEWSPAPERS
The Library began digitizing papers in 2002 as one of the first grantees of this nationwide Digital Newspaper venture (NDNP). Find out more about the task right here and start searching the internet collection through Chronicling America website.ONLINE PICTURE COLLECTIONS
From WPA jobs into landscape structure of Charles F. Gillette, from the Eastern Shore to the Shenandoah Valley, the Library of Virginia provides use of image selections that cover numerous topics and locations across the commonwealth. Search the whole assortment, or select a particular photographic collection to look.ARCHIVAL internet CHOICES
Since 2005, the Library of Virginia has-been "archiving" sites of suffering social worth, especially those created and preserved by Virginia federal government. We began using the administration of Governor Mark Warner and have broadened into special subjects of Virginia interest, eg state-wide elections and Virginia Tech tragedy. Search or "browse" our archive and explore web sites that would usually be lost to the ages.