University AlbUM contains approximately 800 reels of digitized historical Terrapin football films, dating from 1946 to 1980. Games represented on the site include the first game in Byrd Stadium in September 1950, the Queen's Game in 1957, and various bowl games in which the Terps have participated. Type "film" into the search bar for easy access.
Digital Collections contain individual items from the collection that can be easily accessed anywhere, anytime.
Course catalogs from the Maryland Agricultural College, the Maryland State College of Agriculture, and the University of Maryland provide valuable background information about the history of the University of Maryland, including names of professors, descriptions of courses of study, and, prior to the publication of the first yearbook in 1897, names of students.
The University of Maryland Libraries has digitized university commencement programs from 1922 to present as part of its participation in Lyrasis Mass Digitization Collaborative, as well as several from its earliest days as Maryland Agricultural College.
For over 100 years, all incoming freshmen received a Student Handbook, known for many years as the "M Book," to help orient them to campus. They provide an interesting snapshot of campus and Student life during their nearly 100 years of publication.
Beginning in the 1980s, the Office of Institutional Advancement issued a weekly faculty-staff newspaper entitled Outlook. Presented here are digitized copies of all the weekly issues contained in the University Archives from 1986 to 2004.
"Information Please" was a small handbook of rules, regulations, and strong suggestions produced by the Associated Women Students (AWS) organization and distributed to all incoming female undergraduates. AWS was a self-governing body of women students that established and enforced standards of conduct for women students and sponsored cultural and social activities.
These media guides follow the Maryland Terrapin Football team from the 1940s through their national championship in 1953, as well as their their numerous appearances in bowl games. Packed with pictures, player and coach profiles, and lots of historical information, they are a treasure trove for the true Terrapin fan.
These media guides follow the University of Maryland Terrapins Men's Basketball team from their first days in Cole through the national championship season of 2002 and up to 2009, when paper guides were no longer printed.
Alumni magazines and newsletters represent a treasure trove of information about the university community. They document campus events, profile notable people, celebrate milestones, and reflect the university's participation in the wider world. These digitized alumni publications date back to 1930, and showcase the growth and change of the University of Maryland during the middle of the 20th century.