GettDigital is an online portal to the digital collections created by Special Collections & College Archives and offered through CONTENTdm. These digital primary sources include a wide variety of material types and subjects including College Photographs, the Civil War Era, World War I, World War II, the Vietnam War, Eisenhower, and rare book bindings. As of 2021, we offer 38 GettDigital Collections with over 75,000 digital learning objects.
The oral history collection at Gettysburg College consists of transcripts and sound recordings of over 1,600 interviews documenting Gettysburg College, World War II, the Vietnam War, and the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. You can browse the collection by the name of the interviewee or the subject of the interview. You can also search for specific keywords within the transcripts by using the search bar at the top of the page.
The Gettysburgian is the student newspaper of the Gettysburg College. Published since 1897, The Gettysburgian is printed weekly during the academic year. Physical copies can be viewed in the Special Collections Reading Room on the 4th Floor of the Musselman Library.
The Spectrum (LD2001. G405) - (1892-1918 Available Online) is the yearbook for Gettysburg College. Early issues beginning with 1892 are available online. Additional copies including the more recent issues are available in the library’s book collection and in the Special Collections Reading Room.