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The Harold and Mary Jean Hanson Rare Book Collection: Digital Holdings

A guide to the holdings of UF's Rare Book Collection with tips for conducting research in similar collections

The University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC

Collections with Rare Book Materials

Content from the Rare Book Collection has been digitized for different purposes and at different times. Work is underway to condense these categories, but this list provides a summary of the known locations of rare books in UFDC.


The Harold & Mary Jean Hanson Rare Book Collection

The Rare Book Collection Homepage  currently contains the least amount of any category: contains selections digitized from the Howe Library and the Latin and Greek Authors.

The Graphic Arts Collections

General Graphic Arts Resources: Contains scans of woodblocks, proofs, and wood engravings by Eric Gill,  and John Buckland Wright, and other artists featured in the Book Arts Collection.

Some 19th century comics have been digitized from the Rare Book Collection (as well as the Belknap Collection and the Baldwin Library ) and can be found in the Comics Collection.

European History Collections

French Research Collections Contain digitized selections from our French Revolutionary Pamphlets and Haitian Broadsides Collections

The Literature Collections

The Literature Collections contain digitized versions of our broadsides. They do not have a separate category, and metadata for these records is very minimal. They can be browsed by searching for "Genre" "Broadsides"

The Theology Collections

The General Theology Collection contains digitized selections from the Victorian Theology Pamphlets (the Kohler Collection of Victorian Theology), as well as some additional digitized 15th century books.

Working with Digitized Books

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