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Trinity College Digital Repository

The Trinity College Digital Repository contains scholarship and materials related to Trinity College. Explore large collections of faculty publications, student theses, College publications, and more.

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Trinity College in the Twentieth Century: A History

"Trinity College in the Twentieth Century: A History" was authored by Trinity's late archivist Peter J. Knapp, and his wife Anne Knapp.

It is rich in photographs and stories and is available in its entirety in the Digital Repository.


Image Collections in Artstor

bookofhours.pngOur image collections in Artstor cover several areas of interest, including:

Page above is from the Book of Hours, French c. 1470, held by Watkinson Library.

Video and Audio in the Media Portal

Trinity maintains an archive of video recordings on our Kaltura Media Portal. ​Many of these recordings are accessible to the public while others require a Trinity login. Content includes archival materials, sports events, campus lectures, course projects and more. 

Trinity College Art Collection

Selections from the Trinity College Art collection are showcased in a browsable exhibit using Omeka. Works include the Philip Kappel Collection of Japanese woodblock prints, the Edith A. Graham Collection of Haitian Art, and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation's Kress Study Collection, comprising eight fourteenth to sixteenth century paintings.

Print at left: Azuma Bridge by Ando Hiroshige, from the Philip Kappel Collection of Japanese Woodblock Prints.

Other Digital Collections

The Cities, Suburbs and Schools Project features research and learning on schooling and housing in metropolitan Hartford CT. Prepared by Trinity College Professor Jack Dougherty and hosted in the CT Digital Archive.

Trinity's portal on the Internet Archive  provides access to the library's Moore Collection of East Asian publications from the early twentieth century.