A surprising number of digital images exist that document the Cornell University experience. Here are some traditional image resources and other digital resources that contain images.
Historic Cornell Images
The most significant resource for historic images of Cornell is Cornell's University Archives, housed in the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections in Kroch Library. Quite a few of those images have been digitized and added the online collection:
- Images from Cornell's Rare Book and Manuscript Collections including the University Archives
- Campus artifacts, art & memorabilia includes about 2000 plaques, pictures, sculptures, and other objects of artistic and historical interest located on the Cornell campus. It is based on the 1984 book "Contributions to Cornell History: Portraits and Memorabilia."
- Ezra Cornell Papers: accounts, broadsides, correspondence, estimates, memoranda, maps, newspaper clippings, and other papers relating to Ezra Cornell, held in the Cornell University Library, Division of Rare and Manuscripts.
- College of Human Ecology Photographs: Selected photographs and information from the records of the College of Home Economics at Cornell University.
Uris Library Historical TourFocuses on Uris Library's history and showcases its noteworthy architecture, collections, and artwork.
- The Trees of Cornell
An exhibition in honor of Arbor Day and the 50th anniversary of Earth Day celebrated in 2020, and in celebration of Cornell's trees.
- Many more of Cornell University Library Digital Collections (from materials in the Library's collections)
flickr contains thousands of images of Cornell (the campus and events like Dragon Day).
CU Daily Sun
- The Archival Cornell Daily Sun is available digitally, beginning with 1880, though the coverage over the years is not complete. For more recent coverage, try the Cornell Daily Sun web site.
- Many other college and university newspapers have digitized their collections. Check American Historical Newspapers Online for others.
- Other publications: Cornell Era and Class Books (Cornell Digital Archives)
- Cornell Alumni Magazine