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Godwin-Ternbach Museum

Images and records from the museum’s permanent collection, showcasing paintings, sculpture and decorative arts, prints and drawings, ethnographic arts, and photographs from a wide range of cultures and times. Read More

Campus and Queens Activism

Printed ephemera, institutional records, recollections, and other materials documenting social movements on campus and in Queens, with a focus on movements of the 1960s. Read More

Queens College COVID-19 Collection

Submissions in the Queens Memory COVID-19 Project documents the experience of the pandemic, including oral history interviews and institutional records of the college, unions, and CUNY. This project is an ongoing community archiving program. Read More

Civil Rights Movement Photographs

Original photographs documenting the involvement of Queens College students and other Northerners in the Civil Rights Movement of the early to mid 1960s, including Mississippi Freedom Summer, the Virginia Student Help Project, the Summer Community Organization and Political Education (SCOPE) Project, and the Medical Committee for Human Rights (MCHR). Read More

Life at Queens College Photographs

Images of the Queens College grounds, buildings, faculty, administration, student life, and academics from the 1930s to present. Read More

Rare Books and Manuscripts

Digitized selections from Queens College Library’s rare book collection, a trove of unique volumes and manuscripts reflecting the history of print culture over the past 600 years. Read More

Queens College Yearbooks

Editions of The Silhouette, Queens College’s yearbook, including most issues from 1941 to 2011. Read More

Andrew Greller Scrapbooks