DIGI – NATIONAL LIBRARY’S DIGITAL COLLECTIONS The National Library has digitised newspapers published in Finland from 1771 to 1920. They are available online. Some newspapers published after 1920 have also been digitised and are available in legal deposit libraries
Garamantas.lv aims to provide open access to the collections of the Archives of Latvian Folklore (http://en.lfk.lv), namely – manuscripts, images, audio and video recordings. The project provides multilingual interface and various virtual participatory activities, such as transcription and translation of manuscripts and audio recordings, descriptive annotations of images, social tagging and commenting. The digital archives […]
The central aim of the project was to define the intellectual genealogy and long-term cultural influence of the culture–creators of the Icelandic “Evening Society” (1861 – 1874), with emphasis on the widespread cultural influence of Sigurður málari (‘the painter’) Guðmundsson, a powerful advocate of vernacular culture in Iceland. As part of the project, light has […]
A digital version of the Copenhagen police register from 1890 to 1923.
This website, Netarkivet.dk, is designed to inform researchers, website owners, and other interested parties about the Danish web archive. For the time being most of the website is in Danish.
Founded in 1914, the Norwegian Folklore Archives has served as a national archive of cultural-historical texts and source materials. The archives are located at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages (IKOS) at the University of Oslo. Throughout its history, NFS has been a unique national archive that has striven to collect, preserve, and present traditional […]
A digital collection of letters of Albert Edelfelt (1854-1905), one of Finland through the ages the most prominent visual artists. The collection currently comprises 320 letters that Edelfelt wrote to his mother Alexandra Edelfelt during the years 1867 to 1875 and from 1885 to 1888. These letters offer a great insight into the golden age of Finnish art as […]
The central aim of this three-year project is to document the collection and publication process of Jón Árnason’s Íslenzkar þjóðsögur og æfintýri (1862-1864) and the other materials collected as part of that project in the form of an extensive, freely-accessible and user-friendly digital archive closely integrated with relevant Icelandic and international manuscript collections, databases and websites, […]