K-State Libraries’ digital collections is a gateway to a variety of resources ranging from books and peer-reviewed articles to photographs and historical documents. They are organized into collections that span a range of subjects and include materials such as books, journal series, manuscripts, photographic images, slides, maps, and posters.
Consumer Movement Archives
The Consumer Movement Archives preserves and documents the history of the consumer movement in the United States. It provides a repository for the papers and records of consumer leaders, activists, and organizations, and it promotes scholarly use of the material.
The K-State History collections document the history of the university through photos, newsletters, and yearbooks. These collections also reflect the university's land grant mission through an emphasis on agriculture and human ecology.
This collection documents the history and research created by organizations and citizens of Kansas.
K-State Faculty Research Collections
K-State Researchers past and present are expanding knowledge in agriculture, biodiversity, and other fields. Exceptional research collections, theses, and dissertations are available through the Libraries.
K-State Partner Collections
K-State Libraries actively partner with local and national organizations to create high-quality online collections.