Featured Resources Archive
One Button Studio October 11, 2016
One Button Studio, located on the B-level of Trexler Library is a fully-featured digital video production studio that is powerful and very easy to use. Come create high-quality video projects. Just bring your flash drive. To book now, click here. To learn more, visit our Library Guide.
Abram Samuels Sheet Music Collection July 1, 2014
This collection contains more than 31,000 pieces of American popular music published between 1900-1965. Composers include Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, and Stephen Sondheim.
Black Studies in Video July 1, 2014
A signature Alexander Street Press collection featuring award-winning documentaries, newsreels, interviews and archival footage surveying the evolution of black culture in the United States.
Muhlenberg Family Papers July 1, 2014
Discover recent acquisitions in the Muhlenberg Family Papers collection.
Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia: Extinction December 19, 2014
This supplement to Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia explores all aspects of extinctions and extinct life. Approximately 83 articles outline major extinctions and related scientific areas.
Questions about Muhlenberg? December 21, 2016
The College Archives documents Muhlenberg’s history.
Naxos Music Library December 21, 2016
A comprehensive collection of classical, jazz, world, classic rock, and nostalgia music. The Naxos Music Library provides access to more than 1,404,000 tracks.
MC Photo Collection July 1, 2014
Thousands of photographs bring campus history to life!
Our Sam Stovall Collection July 15, 2016
This collection of rock and roll music on 45 rpm recordings was donated to the library by H. Samuel Stovall, Class of 1977. The recordings have been indexed by the donor by title, and are arranged by artist. Equipment to listen to the collection is available in the Special Collections office. Recordings may be transferred to cassette tape upon request.
Pennsylvania German Collection August 10, 2016
This collection includes books, periodicals, and ephemera relating to the Pennsylvannia German language, history, and culture. It is a representative collection of the first one hundred years of German-language printing in America (1748-1848). Click here for more details.