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Updated version of the original book of numbers, prepared in 2001.
Selected Resources for Additional Information on Yale and New Haven
This far-from-comprehensive list appeared as an undated, unattributed typed bibliography once kept in the reference desk drawer in Manuscripts and Archives. It may be added to by staff members over time.
Arnold G. Dana, compiler. Yale Old and New, a 100-volume scrapbook on the history of Yale. The originals (call number RU 867) are restricted and researchers must use the microfilm (call number: HM 41), but the online finding aid for the original scrapbooks contains the concordance that provides detail on what is on each of the 19 reels of microfilm.
Historical New Haven Digital Collection: This collection, no longer actively maintained, contains over 500 digital images created in Summer 2003 as an online resource in support of the Yale course "New Haven and the Problem of Change in the American City." It contains many images of the Yale campus in addition to images of New Haven more generally.