Rylands, Paramaththa and the ICTB UK have digitised thirty-two Sinhalese Manuscripts and made them freely available online.
View digital versions of Iranian newspapers and periodicals capturing key historical events as they happened.
This Library digitisation project has conserved, photographed and publicly shared an important set of maps from the early 1880s showing the state of housing in Manchester during this period.
In partnership with the School of Social Sciences' Sociology department, The University of Manchester Library has recently digitised a unique collection of documents reflecting the events and aftermath of the Peterloo Massacre.
Accounts of evangelical conversion in Georgian Britain.
In partnership with the School of Arts, Languages and Cultures, and the support of the Delia Derbyshire Estate, The University of Manchester Library has digitised a series of items by Delia Derbyshire.
A unique collection of historic documents encompassing original campus maps, development site plans, architectural drawings and historic student guides.
The beginnings of the University's long-standing involvement with its local community can be traced right back to its own origins in the nineteenth century.
The geography of the Edo period. In partnership with the School of Arts Languages and Cultures, the Japan Foundation and The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.
In partnership with Mergent Online, The University of Manchester Library has recently digitised its unique collection of over 80,000 historical annual reports
In partnership with the School of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Manchester Library has recently digitised the logbooks for the pioneering Jodrell Bank Observatory.
In partnership with the School of Law and Manchester University Press, The University of Manchester Library has recently digitised the renowned series of Melland Schill lectures on International Law.