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Baltimore Architecture Project: a database of resourses for Baltimore's built environment
James Birney Anti-Slavery Collection: A guide to the collection
Collected Business and Personal Papers of Jacob and Louis Blaustein: illustrated finding aid to the collection
Cultural Properties Database: a database of art and cultural artifacts in three collections: the Evergreen Museum and Library, the Homewood Museum, and the collections of the Johns Hopkins University's Homewood schools.
The Digital Scriptorium: This project contains images of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts from the Milton S. Eisenhower Library (21), the John Work Garrett Library (16), and the Peabody Library (2).
Laurence Hall Fowler's Lost Baltimore: A searchable database of images taken by noted Baltimore architect, Laurence Hall Fowler.
The Lester S. Levy Collection of Sheet Music: searchable database of over 30,000 pieces of popular American sheet music
Lubki World War One Prints: Satirical anti-German prints produced during the first world war.
The Roman de la Rose: digital surrogates of medieval manuscripts
Animal, Vegetable, Mineral This virtual exhibit focuses on natural history books by ten authors: Hooke, Linneaus, Catesby, Trembly, Curtis, Humboldt, Bonaparte, Audubon, and Gould.
Don Quixote de la Mancha A virtual exhibit of illustrations and translations of Don Quixote