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The Special Collections Research Center is home to a vast range of archival and primary source materials documenting the social, cultural, economic, and political history of Kentucky, Appalachia, the Ohio River Valley region, and beyond.
Below, you can find information about all of our collections and browse digitized items in our electronic resources and databases.
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1899 photo of a tobacco wagon at the Experiment Farm, from the UK Agricultural Experiment Station Negatives Collection.
The Archives documents the history of Kentucky and the lives of Kentuckians through primary source materials across the following areas:
Find radio and television broadcasts of UK athletic events, along with photographs, game programs, and much more in the Big Blue Sports Archive.
Dive into Kentucky history with our freely available databases and digital collections:
January 13, 1849 issue of abolitionist newspaper The Examiner, digitized through the Kentucky Digital Newspaper Program.
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