St. Olaf College’s Digital Collections provide access to images and texts from the college’s unique and rare collections. Click on the collections to view them individually, or search all collections from the link below.
|Dear Old Hill. Joseph M. Shaw’s history of St. Olaf College tells the story of the St. Olaf campus, including facts and memories about many of the existing buildings.|
|Flaten Art Museum Images. See the artwork owned and curated by St. Olaf.|
|Historical Images of St. Olaf . The Shaw-Olson Center (College Archives) maintains an archival collection of thousands of photographs. Most of these images portray the college, its faculty and students, its alumni and campus visitors, and its Northfield setting.|
|History of St. Olaf College. Joseph M. Shaw’s history of the college covers its founding through 1974. It was commissioned by the Board of Regents to celebrate the St. Olaf Centennial.|
|Manitou Messenger. Started by students in 1887, the Manitou Messenger (named after the Indian spirit Manitou), began as a monthly literary magazine. This collection covers the years 1887-2014. You can find current issues of the newspaper at manitoumessenger.com.|
|Norwegian-American Historical Association (NAHA). NAHA maintains a large archival collection of Norwegian-American images. Scans of NAHA images will gradually be made available on this site. The first images were chosen to portray Norwegian-American culture in Minnesota from the mid-19th century through the early 20th century.|
|Viking Yearbook. The yearbook of St. Olaf College. The collection includes all volumes, 1904-2007 (the yearbook ceased publication in 2007).|