Upper Peninsula Regional Digitization Center
Photographs from the Arvon Township Building
Photographs from the Baraga County Historical Society
Three dimensional photographs of Native American Artifacts.
Bay Mills Community College & Heritage Center, Brimley - http://www.bmcc.edu
Photographs of a variety of ships and the building of the Soo Locks, and the James Rutherford cyanotype photograph collection showing early views of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
Bayliss Public Library, Sault Ste. Marie - http://www.uproc.lib.mi.us/bpl/
Photographs and postcards documenting the 19th and early 20th century history of Dickinson County.
Dickinson County Library, Iron Mountain - http://www.dcl-lib.org
The Upper Peninsula Regional Digitization Center aims at empowering libraries and historical organizations, throughout the Upper Peninsula, to contribute to a digital collection about the State's history. The digital collections will benefit scholars, students learning about Michigan history, and free-choice learners of all ages. Digital collections from the Upper Peninsula and other regions of the State will be accessible through the Michigan eLibrary statewide catalog, Melcat, at www.mel.org.
The Regional Digitization Center assists participating libraries and organizations by providing training in digitization equipment and technical assistance. The Regional Digitization Center was established by a federal Institute of Museum and a Library Services grant to Michigan State University, the Making of Modern Michigan project. Regional digital collections were enhanced by a State of Michigan Digitization, Preservation, and Access grant through the Library of Michigan.