Thousands of images, texts, and audio/video from ECU's diverse collections and beyond.

Digital Collections Projects

The Daily Reflector Image Collection

The more than 7,500 historic images from The Daily Reflector, Greenville, NC's daily newspaper, document the sweeping changes in Eastern North Carolina between 1949 and 1967. View Homepage

Eastern North Carolina Digital Library

The Eastern North Carolina Digital Library contains fiction and non-fiction books, museum artifacts, maps and educational material pertaining to the rich cultural history of the 41 eastern North Carolina counties. View Homepage

East Carolina Manuscript Collection

Contains more than 1250 collections of historical documentation including correspondence, diaries, business and church records, maps, genealogy notes, and photographs, plus some 210 original oral history memoirs. View Homepage

Schoool of Art & Design Student Portfolio Collection

Portfolios document and digitally archive the creative output of the SoAD students. Its mission is to capture, preserve and make available the academic work of students. View Homepage

Special Collections Staff Pick Blog

Special Collections staff highlight an item every week from the rich holdings of the Special Collections Department, J. Y. Joyner Library. Many of the items are part of Joyner Library Digital Collections. View Homepage

1900 Census for Pitt County, North Carolina

Transcribed from the original manuscript returns for the 1900 census of Pitt County, this database provides socio-economic reports and aggregate census data for Pitt County from census reports published in 1900/1910. View Homepage

Eastern North Carolina Digital History Exhibits

Focusing on Eastern North Carolina, these exhibits explore the rich history of our area through letters, photographs, news articles, broadsides, pamphlets, and many other digitized resources. View Homepage

Special Collections Digital Exhibits

These exhibits showcase material in our Special Collections dealing with two of the most life changing events in America's history, the attack on Pearl Harbor and the events of September the eleventh. View Homepage