Digital Collections & Exhibits
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Woodstock Letters, 1872-1969
|Complete run of the Woodstock Letters, a periodical published by and for the Jesuits as "a record of current events and historical notes connected with the colleges and missions of the Society of Jesus in North and South America."
Saint Louis University Alumni Magazines, 1926-
|Complete run of SLU alumni publications, digitized and available in PDF format.
Review for Religious, 1942-2012
|Complete run of the Review for Religious, a journal for men and women religious published by the Jesuits from 1942 to 2012. Reproduced with permission of the Missouri Province of the Society of Jesus.
Saint Louis University Histories
|Books on the history of Saint Louis University, digitized and completely searchable.
Saint Louis University Archives Image Collection
|Thousands of digitized photos and other images from the University Archives.
Saint Louis University Catalogs, 1829-1902
|University catalogs, including student registers and course listings, digitized and full-text searchable.|
Saint Louis University Yearbooks, 1903-2005
|Every yearbook of Saint Louis University, digitized and full-text searchable.|
St. Louis Area Civil War Digitization Project
|A collaborative digital project to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, including over 250 documents from the Saint Louis University Archives. Hosted by the Missouri History Museum.|
|Spiritual Journeys: Books Illustrating the First Two Centuries of Contemplation and Action in the Society of Jesus is an exhibit of early Jesuitica from the rare book collection of Pius XII Memorial Library.|
Walter J Ong Archives
|A digital archive of papers, manuscripts, books, images, and recordings from the Walter J. Ong Collection.|
What a Piece of Work is a Man
|"What a Piece of Work is a Man": Reading the Body in Medieval Manuscripts is a digital exhibit of art from illuminated manuscript facsimilies, prepared for the 2008 Manuscripta conference.|
Facsimiles of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles
|A digital exhibit of art from illuminated manuscript facsimiles, prepared for the 2007 Manuscripta Conference.|
|WEW Radio: We Enlighten the World: Saint Louis University and the Early Days of Radio. WEW, the original radio station of Saint Louis University, was the first radio station West of the Mississippi River.|
|An exhibit on the Ravenna Mosaics Company.|