A digital collection of 116 images of artworks from the Fordham Museum of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Art. The artworks date from the 10th century B.C. through the 3rd century A.D.
The Fordham Center on Religion and Culture
A video collection of forums sponsored by The Fordham Center on Religion and Culture.
McGannon Center TV Oral History Project
A collection of twenty five interviews with broadcast industry professionals.
Video On Demand
A collection of all video programs available online at the Fordham Libraries.
A collection of postcards which includes Fordham postcards from 1900 - present.
Fordham Photograph Collection
Historical photographs from Fordham's early years, including old campus views, students, and faculty.
The full text of the Fordham Rose Hill student newspaper from 1918 – 1971.
The full text of the Fordham Lincoln Center student newspaper from 1982 – 2007.
AJCU Digital Repository
The Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities Digital Repository, providing access to archival images documenting
Catholic higher education.
Fordham Graduation Photographs
In the 19th century the graduating classes at Fordham had a group picture taken. The earliest group photo dates back to 1865. This practice continued until the first yearbook was published in 1918.
John Trumbull is considered one of the "Founding Fathers of American Art." This fascinating personality is connected not only to the development of American art, but also to the tumultuous history of the early American republic.
Maps of New Netherland, New Amsterdam, and New England
A collection 16th, 17th, and 18th century maps of New York and New England with an emphasis on maps of New Netherlands and New Amsterdam.
Esteban Bellan was the first Cuban and the first Latin American to play major league baseball. Bellan learned how to play the game while he was a student at Fordham University from 1863-1868.
APIS: Advanced Papyrological Information System
APIS is a collaborative online catalog and library of digitized images of papyri and ostraca (potsherds with incriptions) dating from the period 400 BCE to 800 CE.
The Archives and Special Collections department is participating in the Columbia University Digital Scriptorium project. The Digital Scriptorium makes available digital images from medieval and early Renaissance manuscript collections housed in U.S. collections.
Other Digital Collections:
Library of Congress
Digital Collections and Resources from the Library of Congress including more than one million photographs.
New York Public Library
A broad range of digital collections covering Art, Literature, Culture, History, Industry, Science and much more.
Digital texts, images, sounds and videos from European libraries and museums.