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Skidmore's campus newspaper will be available electronically from 1925 to present when this project is complete.
Skidmore Oral Histories
Interviews touch on a broad range of topics, including recollections of Skidmore's founder, Lucy Scribner, student involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, and the transition to a co-educational institution.
Elizabeth Fisher Adams
Elizabeth Adams, Skidmore Class of 1929, spent time on the Belgian front and was a member of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps during the Second World War.
This collection offers rich insight into the history of Skidmore, Saratoga Springs and Saratoga County.
Rare Books and Documents
This collection contains photographs of selected works from our Artists' Books Collection.
The Fox Collection
Selected works from the Norman M. Fox Collection, which includes over 400 books predominantly from the Victorian era.
Patricia-Ann Lee Land Grants
Digitized 16th to 18th century land grants with crowdsourced transcription.