Digital Collections, Online Exhibits, and Websites
Digital Collections in JScholarship (the library's institutional repository)
- Johns Hopkins News-Letter (student newspaper)
- Oral histories
- Circulars (University Catalog)
- Commencement programs
- Graphic and pictorial collection (photographs)
- Daniel Coit Gilman papers
- Black Student Union records
- Featured Special Collections (includes some Hopkins history collections)
- Hopkins and the Great War
- The Indispensable Role of Blacks at Johns Hopkins
- The Women of Hopkins
- Defining Letters: The Correspondence of Daniel Coit Gilman
- Jews at Hopkins: A Digital History (student-curated exhibit)
- Activist Campus: Johns Hopkins University in the Age of Protest (student-curated exhibit)
Although we make an effort to keep this list up-to-date, please browse the Sheridan Libraries' online exhibits page for a current list of exhibits.
- Hopkins Retrospective is an initiative to explore the history of Johns Hopkins and weave that history into the university experience. Visit the program's website to learn more about current initiatives and upcoming events, to browse image and oral history galleries, and to share your own memories of Hopkins.
- The Sheridan Libraries Blog is a good source for blog posts written by staff and student researchers about aspects of Hopkins history.