The TriCollege Libraries Digital Collections include unique and rare archival collections, manuscripts, publications, ephemera, maps, photographs, and audio visual content, including oral histories, from Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore Colleges. The TriCollege Libraries Digital Collections provides an access point for searching the digitized and born-digital collections of three colleges founded on the Quaker traditions of social conscience and thoughtful citizenship.
The collections continue to grow, with new items added on a regular basis.
Additional Digital Collections
Swarthmore College Works
Works is a research information management system that aims to bring together all of the College's faculty output and research under one umbrella, in order to preserve and provide access to that research.
Senior Theses and Projects are accessible in a database for Institutional Scholarship and are searchable by author, subject, issue date and title.
Art + Artifacts
TriArte is the online home for images of art and artifacts from the TriColleges: Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore. Explore a growing collection of over 39,000 objects that promote learning, interdisciplinary inquiry, and original interpretation.
Archives for Music, Theater, and Dance
Contact Performing Arts Librarian Donna Fournier to learn more about the Swarthmore College Performing Arts Archive which contains digitized sound and video recordings, posters, and programs of student and faculty performances as well as visiting artists' lectures, workshops and concerts from 1985 to the present.
Digitized editions of the class yearbook from when it was first published as "The Eunomian" in 1883 up to the current era.
The Phoenix is an independent, entirely student run newspaper of the College. Find digitized editions from its beginning in 1881 through the spring of 2011 here. Current online issues may be found at swarthmorephoenix.com