What is Digital PUL?

Built on a platform collaboratively developed with peer research institutions, Digital PUL (DPUL) is a collections showcase that provides a user-friendly interface to our ever-growing number of thematic digital collections and exhibitions as well as to accompanying content from librarians, curators, and other subject experts.

All Items.

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Facilitating the reuse of our digitized content is one of our primary goals. By leveraging the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) family of standards, users are able to access content from PUL’s digital repository via the many portals they already use for discovery, including DPUL.

Contact us to learn more about harvesting Princeton's iiif data.

For more information on the Library's Digital Collections and Initiatives, please visit our Library microsite at https://library.princeton.edu/digital-collections