ASC Digital Collections
These are some of the specific collections we have digitized from the Archives Service Center, but be sure to check out all of the ULS Digital Collections too!
American Left Ephemera Collection
A wide-range of primary source textual and visual material documents left-wing organizations in the U.S. during the 20th century.
Darlington Digital Library
Comprises first major collection of books, broadsides, lithographs, manuscripts, atlases, and maps donated to the University of Pittsburgh in the 1920s by the William M. Darlington family that documents colonial American history, the exploration of the Ohio Valley, the Far West, and world history.
Dick Thornburgh Papers
Includes textual, photographic, audio and video material that documents the life and career of Pennsylvania's 44th Governor (1979-1987) and Attorney General of the United States (1988-1991).
A selection of photographs and textual materials from the University Archives that reflect portions of the University of Pittsburgh’s documented history from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Fred Wright Cartoons
Fred Wright, an American labor cartoonist and activist, created thousands of cartoons from 1939-1984 reflecting the politics and labor issues of the day, which were featured in newspapers, union publications, and overseas union activism.
Comprehensive collection of textual, manuscript, photographic and cartographic resources that supports personal and scholarly research of the Western Pennsylvania area primarily in the 19th and 20th centuries contributed by local cultural heritage institutions.