South Dakota State Library: Digital Collections
This collection houses documents and other publications created and released for general distribution by South Dakota State Agencies.
The SD State Agency Historical Publications Collection is a special collection of historical state agency publications. The SD State Library has state publications that date back to territorial days. In order to preserve these materials and make them easier for the general public to access and study, digitized copies are made available …
South Dakota's library community predates statehood. Each library in South Dakota has its own history and its own place in the community. This photographic collection illustrates each library's unique history and showcases different attributes. South Dakota has a number of Carnegie Libraries that are still operating.
The South Dakota State Library maintains a vertical file of newspaper articles. These articles reflect items determined to be of local interest and may not be available elsewhere. Full text is not available for each article. However, each article is available by request and/or in-house use. Please contact 1-605-773-3133 or 1-800-423-6665 …
June 19, 2010 was the South Dakota Capitol Centennial celebration! To mark the occasion, there was a community barbeque, speakers, dancers, band performances, and more. Attendees donated their photographs of the day for this collection.
The South Dakota State Library's Digital Collections reflect the history and culture of South Dakota. Primarily of interest to librarians, researchers, and genealogists, our digital collections include newspaper articles, photographs, state documents, and more. The collections are best viewed using Google Chrome.