Topics found in our collections include Mississippi history, civil rights, blues, children's literature, family histories, the World Wars, military history and more.
Items include letters, documents, photographs, books, sheet music, scrapbooks, oral histories and digital reproductions of objects such as currency and uniforms.
More than 150,000 items, 100+ digital collections, over 30 partners and growing.
We provide a digital collections platform for institutions that cannot host one themselves. You maintain control over your collections without worrying about putting them online or keeping them working.
Becoming a partner is easy. We provide FREE hosting and training to all Mississippi cultural heritage institutions regardless of religious or political affiliation.
We are proud to offer an annual Cultural Heritage Digitization Award designed to help an institution jump start or significantly increase their digital collections. Details and information can be found here.
We offer training at all stages of the digitization process from buying equipment and handling materials to creating metadata and file storage.
Announcing the CHDA 2019 Finalists
- Mississippi Federation of Women's Clubs, Jackson, MS
- Noxubee County Historical Society, Macon, MS
- State Law Library of Mississippi, Jackson, MS
Congratulations to our three 2019 Cultural Heritage Digitization Award (CHDA) finalists, and thank you to everyone who applied. The 2019 application season was extremely competitive. We are delighted so many around the state are invested in preserving and sharing Mississippi culture.
Welcome to our newest members!
We'd like to extend a warm welcome to our newest members: Harrison County Library System, Mississippi Federation of Women's Clubs, Noxubee County Historical Society, South Tishomingo County Historical Society, and Union County Library.
Accepted to the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA)
We are pleased to announce we have been accepted into DPLA. This great opportunity means that your collections will be featured in the nationwide consortium alongside institutions like the Smithsonian, Getty, New York Public Library, and Mountain West Digital Library. If you have questions or concerns please contact us.