Browse By Subject

Browse by Subject

African Americans

  • Content, Context, and Capacity
    Content, Context, and Capacity

    Content, Context, and Capacity, with the thematic focus of the Long Civil Rights Movement in North Carolina, is a collaborative large-scale manuscripts digitization project undertaken by the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) university libraries at Duke University, North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Together, the partners will digitize approximately 400,000 digital objects. More information about the project is available at the TRLN website.

Agriculture

  • Content, Context, and Capacity
    Content, Context, and Capacity

    Content, Context, and Capacity, with the thematic focus of the Long Civil Rights Movement in North Carolina, is a collaborative large-scale manuscripts digitization project undertaken by the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) university libraries at Duke University, North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Together, the partners will digitize approximately 400,000 digital objects. More information about the project is available at the TRLN website.

  • Cultivating a Revolution
    Cultivating a Revolution

    Cultivating a Revolution: Science, Technology, and Change in North Carolina Agriculture, 1950-1979 will provide access to film and manuscript materials that document the development of modern agricultural practice and their economic impact across the state. "Cultivating a Revolution" is made possible through a Library Services and Technology Act grant administered by the State Library of North Carolina.

  • Living off the Land: Tobacco and Crop Science History in North Carolina, 1850-19
    Living off the Land: Tobacco and Crop Science History in North Carolina, 1850-1950

    Features original images and other documents relating to North Carolina's agricultural history and economy.

  • B. W. Wells Lantern Slides & Freda Wilkins Photographs of the Wells Savannah
    B. W. Wells Lantern Slides & Freda Wilkins Photographs of the Wells Savannah

    Dr. Betram Whittier Wells took hundreds of photographs of North Carolina and beyond, converting them to lantern slides to accompany his lectures. Many of his lantern slides, dating from the 1920s and 1930s, were hand colored. North Carolina photographer Freda Wilkins has contributed another 1,000 photographs to the database, capturing four seasons of the Wells Savannah in 2005 and 2006. An exhibit commemorating Dr. Wells' life and work is available online.

  • Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials
    Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials

    The NCSU Libraries' Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials serves as a gateway to tens of thousands of images, text, and digital media from its rich holdings. From the history of NC State to the history of North Carolina's built environment, these digital collections provide network access to collections that drive research, highlight innovation, and inspire learning.

  • Green 'N' Growing: The history of 4-H and Home Demonstration in North Carolina
    Green 'N' Growing: The history of 4-H and Home Demonstration in North Carolina

    Drawing upon the rich historical records found in the University Archives, the collection provides valuable information about women, children, race relations, education, agriculture, and rural life in North Carolina during the twentieth century.

Animal Rights

Architecture

  • Built Heritage of North Carolina: Historic Architecture in the Old North State
    Built Heritage of North Carolina: Historic Architecture in the Old North State

    The Built Heritage of North Carolina: Historic Architecture in the Old North State provides access to documentation on hundreds of buildings and structures in North Carolina dating from the 1700s to the early 1900s. "Built Heritage," a partnership between the NCSU Libraries and Preservation North Carolina, was made possible through a Library Services and Technology Act grant administered by the State Library of North Carolina.

  • Architecture and Building Records of North Carolina
    Architecture and Building Records of North Carolina

    This is a survey of architectural records held in repositories, government agencies, architectural firms, and private collections throughout North Carolina. The survey was completed in 1994.

  • WolfWalk
    WolfWalk

    WolfWalk is a self-guided walking tour of the North Carolina State University campus designed for use with advanced mobile devices such as Apple's iPhone or Google Android devices. It provides information about more than fifty buildings and sites as well as historical and/or current photographs. WolfWalk works in your mobile device's browser; you do not need to download a separate application.

  • Beaux Arts to Modernism
    Beaux Arts to Modernism

    Beaux Arts to Modernism: Early Twentieth Century Architecture in North Carolina provides access to documentation on hundreds of buildings and structures in North Carolina dating from the early to mid-1900s. "Beaux Arts," a partnership between the NCSU Libraries, the J. Murrey Atkins Library at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and the North Carolina State Archives, was made possible through a Library Services and Technology Act grant administered by the State Library of North Carolina.

  • Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials
    Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials

    The NCSU Libraries' Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials serves as a gateway to tens of thousands of images, text, and digital media from its rich holdings. From the history of NC State to the history of North Carolina's built environment, these digital collections provide network access to collections that drive research, highlight innovation, and inspire learning.

  • North Carolina Architects and Builders
    North Carolina Architects and Builders

    North Carolina Architects and Builders: A Biographical Dictionary, led by architectural historian Catherine W. Bishir and launched in June 2009, chronicles the lives and works of architects, builders, and artisans who have contributed to North Carolina's rich architectural history. Each entry includes a list of buildings associated with the subject, a bibliography, and a brief biography that places the subject in the context of the state and the nation.

Athletics

  • Historical State
    Historical State

    Historical State provides online access to a diverse set of historical resources, including digitized images, course catalogs, and yearbooks; historic timelines, narratives, and online exhibits; and catalog records of books about NC State University. Patrons can use Historical State to explore the development of campus buildings, student life, athletics, and the academic colleges and departments.

  • Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials
    Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials

    The NCSU Libraries' Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials serves as a gateway to tens of thousands of images, text, and digital media from its rich holdings. From the history of NC State to the history of North Carolina's built environment, these digital collections provide network access to collections that drive research, highlight innovation, and inspire learning.

Civil Engineering

Crop Science

  • Cultivating a Revolution
    Cultivating a Revolution

    Cultivating a Revolution: Science, Technology, and Change in North Carolina Agriculture, 1950-1979 will provide access to film and manuscript materials that document the development of modern agricultural practice and their economic impact across the state. "Cultivating a Revolution" is made possible through a Library Services and Technology Act grant administered by the State Library of North Carolina.

  • Living off the Land: Tobacco and Crop Science History in North Carolina, 1850-19
    Living off the Land: Tobacco and Crop Science History in North Carolina, 1850-1950

    Features original images and other documents relating to North Carolina's agricultural history and economy.

Ecology

  • B. W. Wells Lantern Slides & Freda Wilkins Photographs of the Wells Savannah
    B. W. Wells Lantern Slides & Freda Wilkins Photographs of the Wells Savannah

    Dr. Betram Whittier Wells took hundreds of photographs of North Carolina and beyond, converting them to lantern slides to accompany his lectures. Many of his lantern slides, dating from the 1920s and 1930s, were hand colored. North Carolina photographer Freda Wilkins has contributed another 1,000 photographs to the database, capturing four seasons of the Wells Savannah in 2005 and 2006. An exhibit commemorating Dr. Wells' life and work is available online.

  • History of Forestry: The Rise of American Forestry
    History of Forestry: The Rise of American Forestry

    According to the National Register of Historic Places, the "Cradle of Forestry in America" is located in the mountains of western North Carolina, in the Pisgah National Forest....

Education

  • Green 'N' Growing: The history of 4-H and Home Demonstration in North Carolina
    Green 'N' Growing: The history of 4-H and Home Demonstration in North Carolina

    Drawing upon the rich historical records found in the University Archives, the collection provides valuable information about women, children, race relations, education, agriculture, and rural life in North Carolina during the twentieth century.

  • Content, Context, and Capacity
    Content, Context, and Capacity

    Content, Context, and Capacity, with the thematic focus of the Long Civil Rights Movement in North Carolina, is a collaborative large-scale manuscripts digitization project undertaken by the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) university libraries at Duke University, North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Together, the partners will digitize approximately 400,000 digital objects. More information about the project is available at the TRLN website.

  • Historical State
    Historical State

    Historical State provides online access to a diverse set of historical resources, including digitized images, course catalogs, and yearbooks; historic timelines, narratives, and online exhibits; and catalog records of books about NC State University. Patrons can use Historical State to explore the development of campus buildings, student life, athletics, and the academic colleges and departments.

Entomology

Family & Consumer Science

Forestry

History

  • Open Content Alliance Digitized Books
    Open Content Alliance Digitized Books

    The Libraries has joined the Open Content Alliance (OCA) partnership to digitize its print holdings that are in the public domain. The partnership enables the Libraries to greatly expand access to its own print holdings through digitization while also enabling digital access to the content of other partner libraries.

  • North Carolina Architects and Builders
    North Carolina Architects and Builders

    North Carolina Architects and Builders: A Biographical Dictionary, led by architectural historian Catherine W. Bishir and launched in June 2009, chronicles the lives and works of architects, builders, and artisans who have contributed to North Carolina's rich architectural history. Each entry includes a list of buildings associated with the subject, a bibliography, and a brief biography that places the subject in the context of the state and the nation.

History of Science & Technology

  • Cultivating a Revolution
    Cultivating a Revolution

    Cultivating a Revolution: Science, Technology, and Change in North Carolina Agriculture, 1950-1979 will provide access to film and manuscript materials that document the development of modern agricultural practice and their economic impact across the state. "Cultivating a Revolution" is made possible through a Library Services and Technology Act grant administered by the State Library of North Carolina.

  • Living off the Land: Tobacco and Crop Science History in North Carolina, 1850-19
    Living off the Land: Tobacco and Crop Science History in North Carolina, 1850-1950

    Features original images and other documents relating to North Carolina's agricultural history and economy.

  • Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials
    Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials

    The NCSU Libraries' Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials serves as a gateway to tens of thousands of images, text, and digital media from its rich holdings. From the history of NC State to the history of North Carolina's built environment, these digital collections provide network access to collections that drive research, highlight innovation, and inspire learning.

Natural Resources

  • Greenways Archive
    Greenways Archive

    Holdings relative to existing and proposed greenways across the United States.

North Carolina State University

  • Green 'N' Growing: The history of 4-H and Home Demonstration in North Carolina
    Green 'N' Growing: The history of 4-H and Home Demonstration in North Carolina

    Drawing upon the rich historical records found in the University Archives, the collection provides valuable information about women, children, race relations, education, agriculture, and rural life in North Carolina during the twentieth century.

  • Content, Context, and Capacity
    Content, Context, and Capacity

    Content, Context, and Capacity, with the thematic focus of the Long Civil Rights Movement in North Carolina, is a collaborative large-scale manuscripts digitization project undertaken by the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) university libraries at Duke University, North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Together, the partners will digitize approximately 400,000 digital objects. More information about the project is available at the TRLN website.

  • Historical State
    Historical State

    Historical State provides online access to a diverse set of historical resources, including digitized images, course catalogs, and yearbooks; historic timelines, narratives, and online exhibits; and catalog records of books about NC State University. Patrons can use Historical State to explore the development of campus buildings, student life, athletics, and the academic colleges and departments.

  • Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials
    Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials

    The NCSU Libraries' Digital Collections: Rare and Unique Materials serves as a gateway to tens of thousands of images, text, and digital media from its rich holdings. From the history of NC State to the history of North Carolina's built environment, these digital collections provide network access to collections that drive research, highlight innovation, and inspire learning.

Nuclear Engineering

  • Raymond L. Murray Raleigh Research Reactor Project Notebook Documents
    Raymond L. Murray Raleigh Research Reactor Project Notebook Documents

    Consists of ca. 94 items, 1950-1953, chiefly letters and research of Raymond L. Murray and A. C. Menius, Jr. relating to the establishment and building of the first nuclear reactor at North Carolina State College.

  • First Temple of the Atom
    First Temple of the Atom

    Consists of ca. 150 items, 1949-1956, chiefly letters and writings of Clifford K. Beck relating to the establishment and building of the first nuclear reactor at North Carolina State College and the establishment of the Nuclear Engineering program.

Plant Biology

  • Cultivating a Revolution
    Cultivating a Revolution

    Cultivating a Revolution: Science, Technology, and Change in North Carolina Agriculture, 1950-1979 will provide access to film and manuscript materials that document the development of modern agricultural practice and their economic impact across the state. "Cultivating a Revolution" is made possible through a Library Services and Technology Act grant administered by the State Library of North Carolina.

  • B. W. Wells Lantern Slides & Freda Wilkins Photographs of the Wells Savannah
    B. W. Wells Lantern Slides & Freda Wilkins Photographs of the Wells Savannah

    Dr. Betram Whittier Wells took hundreds of photographs of North Carolina and beyond, converting them to lantern slides to accompany his lectures. Many of his lantern slides, dating from the 1920s and 1930s, were hand colored. North Carolina photographer Freda Wilkins has contributed another 1,000 photographs to the database, capturing four seasons of the Wells Savannah in 2005 and 2006. An exhibit commemorating Dr. Wells' life and work is available online.

Sociology