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This page focuses on our Digital Collections.
Contact us with any additional questions or to plan your visit to our reading room, located on the 1st floor of the library.
Digitization Project of Palmer and Chiropractic History
- Special Collections and Archives is working on making digitized versions of its collection materials.
- We will be concentrating on Palmer produced materials such as the Yearbooks and major early journals, i.e. The Chiropractor.
- We also will be focusing on digitizing photographs and other rare and unique chiropractic materials.
Check out the progress of our digital collections. We are adding new content every week!
Why are we digitizing?
- We are digitizing our materials to provide better access to the Palmer students, faculty, staff, alumni and the wider chiropractic community.
- Our goal is to increase the use of our collections by becoming more visible and searchable through our new digital platform.
- We are producing digital versions of our historical valuable items in order to preserve our content for future generations.
Example of digitized yearbook page from The Wivern, 1941.