Would you like to hear the former University Chaplain describe the time Joan Baez stayed at Levering Hall for a week in the 60s and performed at Shriver Hall? Maybe you’re writing a paper on student activism and need to find examples of campus organizing in the 1970s.
You can learn about all these things and much more from the comfort of home, any time of the day, with our newly digitized University Archives collections! The University Archives has digitized the following resources that are available through JScholarship:
Johns Hopkins University Yearbooks (1889-2014)
Hopkins Oral History Collection (53 interviews, and still growing!)
Johns Hopkins University Circulars (1879-1934)
Johns Hopkins University Commencement Programs (1884-2014)
Johns Hopkins University News-Letter (select issues from 1961-1990, with the complete run coming soon)
In addition to providing insight into the evolution of Hopkins over time, these resources are also great places to see the student and university perspective on important historic events and topics, including major wars, civil rights, and higher education. If you’re looking to incorporate even more exciting primary sources into your research, visit the University Archives website to learn about the many Hopkins collections available to researchers.